Apart vs A Part

—>Apart is an adverb (word describing a verb) meaning ‘separated’ or ‘at a distance from another.’

Examples: The couple hated being apart. A robot was taken apart for study. Joe and Jill were five feet apart.

—>In conjunction with ‘from,’ apart can also mean ‘other than’ or ‘separate from.’

Example: Apart from sounding nervous, the speech went well.

—>‘A part’ is a phrase meaning ‘to be joined with,’ ‘a portion of,’ or ‘a member of.’

Examples: A part of his heart was with her. Joe’s anxiety was only a part of the problem. To be a part of the group, you must fill out this form.