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Will or shall?
The difference between will and shall is now strictly adhered to by precise speakers. Shall is becoming less and less common, especially in second and third person pronouns
The shortest sentence with all the letters
What is the shortest sentence with all the letters of the English alphabet ? English alphabet has 26 letters.
Whose and who’s
Who’s is the contraction and Whose is a possessive word. Who’s is the contraction of who is or who has. Example of Who’s Who’s is this glass of wine ? X – incorrect Whose is this glass of wine? √ – correct Whose It’s used in questions and relative clauses. Example of […]
Between and from
People often make mistake when use to after between. Like in this example: The concert will be held between 9 to 11pm. - Incorrect
Between and during
Between and during can be used when we describe something connected to some events. Example The Great Depression took place between The Great War and World War II. During World War II Japan occupied China. Between 1941 and 1945, the Ustasha regime of Croatia carried out government-led collaboration with the Nazis. This resulted in […]
Between and among
We use between with two or more clearly separate people or things. Example She choose between Jake and Jesse. It’s a big difference between a bridges on the river. What is the main difference between a motorcycle and a bicycle? Among is used when we want to make reference to a group of people, […]
“Don’t” and “doesn’t”
Difference between "Don't" and "doesn't"? Don't and doesn't are contractions. Don't is a contraction of do not, and doesn't is a contraction of does not.
Besides, except and apart from
Besides, except and apart from sometimes made confusion and question where to use or how to use. Besides usually make additional point to something.
Beside and besides
Beside means ‘next to‘ something or ‘by‘ something it’s a meaning of beside. And beside is a preposition. Examples I sat beside my beautiful wife. Who is that singer who was beside David on stage ? Besides is similar to “as well as” and we can used to add new information to what […]
Begin and Start
Begin and start are almost the same, but there is a small difference between this two words.If you like to sound formal english language