Anyhow and somehow

/ ˈɛnɪhaʊ ənd ˈsʌmhaʊ /

Doing something In one way or another, on way not yet known, is somehow, while anyhow is ( manner ) in any way or manner whatever.

 

Example of anyhow

He keeps his things anyhow in his desk.
He may not come but anyhow I shall

Example of somehow

I managed to do it somehow.
She somehow finished chocolate cake.

Across and through

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

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All and every

How to use All and every in English Language ? Every is used with a singular noun.All is used with a plural noun.

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