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.

Avenge and revenge

These two words can  often be confused for non english speaker.While revenge means  "action taken in return for an injury or offense" .On the other hand -  To 'avenge Iron Man' means to ‘punish someone who has hurt Iron Man’.

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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

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