Both of these words express regret for some problem or something you did wrong. I'm sorry (that) I yelled at you. I'm sorry for yelling at you. I apologize for yelling at you.
I'm sorry is less formal, and "I apologize" is more formal. There are a few different ways to continue the sentence. You can say:
Don't make the common error of saying "I'm apologize." It's either "I'm sorry" or "I apologize."
The noun form for a statement like this is an apology. So if your boyfriend forgets your birthday and says he is sorry, you can then accept his apology. Here are more examples: The politician apologized for his offensive comment, but some people are saying his apology was not very sincere. The company issued an apology to its customers for the defective product.
When you accept somebody's apology and agree not to be angry at them anymore, you forgive the person.
Leeks are popular in traditional European foods because these plants, close relatives of onions and garlic, could be left in the ground during the winter and harvested as needed, providing a rare source of fresh winter produce. The Allium family, to which leeks, garlic, and onions belong, have long been recognized for their cardiovascular benefits. Allicin, the compound that gives these vegetables their characteristic aromas, has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, is an anti-inflammatory, and may help reduce fat deposits and hardening in blood vessels. Allicin breaks down into components that appear to be strong antioxidants. A diet rich in Alliums tends to lower both blood pressure and low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or “bad” cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Leeks are a very good source of manganese and a good source of vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, and iron. This combination of nutrients helps stabilize blood sugar by slowing the absorption of sugars in the digestive tract and assisting in proper sugar metabolism.
Leeks are among the vegetables that contain measurable amounts of oxalates, which can cause problems for people with kidney disease, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, vulvar pain, or other conditions requiring a low-oxalate diet.Nutritional Facts
One-half cup of cooked chopped leeks provides 16 calories, 4 g carbohydrate, 0.4 g protein, 0.2 g fat, 0.6 g dietary fiber, 25 IU vitamin A, 2 mg vitamin C, 12 mcg folic acid, 46 mg potassium, 6 mg sodium, 8 mg phosphorus, 16 mg calcium, and 8 mg magnesium.