Ago and before

How to use Ago and before in English Language .
 

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I finished a project three days before. I finished a project three days ago.

 

Ago is used to count back from the present. Ago is used with a past tense and a time expression.

 

Before is used when you date back from any point of time which is made specific.

 Example

 She send him an email moment  before I went home.

Anyhow and somehow

Difference between Somehow and Anyhow. Doing something In one way or another, on way not yet known, is somehow, wh

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Already and all ready

What is the difference between Already and All ready. All ready means ‘all are ready’. Already means 'by now' or 'sooner than expected'.

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