Across and through

What is a difference between across and through ?

The difference between across and through is similar to the difference between on and in.

In English language through is used to explain movement in three dimensional spaces with things on all sides.

We walked across the street. => We were on the street.

We walked through the river. = > We were in the river.

Born and borne

The passive form of the verb born (be + born) is used to talk about coming into the world at birth.   – He was born to poor parents. – I was born on a Friday. – She was born in Italy.   Borne is the past participle form of the verb bear. It is […]

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Adjectives ending in -ly

Adverbs is used to modify verbs. Most adverbs ends  with  –ly, but there are also a adjectives that ends in – ly. Example: costly, friendly ..

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