Back and again

/ bak ənd əˈɡɛn/

Back suggests a return to an earlier situation or a movement in the opposite direction when used with a verb.

 

Examples of Back

Give me my book back.

Take your money back.

Put the glass back on the shelf with others .

 

On the other hand, when used with a verb, again suggests repetition.

 

Examples of Again

I really like this song. Please, play it again.

 

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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