Something vs. Some thing

In this lesson, we will be talking about the differences and similarities between these two words. Do you have any ideas?

"Something" vs. "Some thing" in the English Grammar

What Is Their Main Difference?

'Something' is a pronoun that refers to vague and unclear objects or concepts. 'Some thing' is a misspelling of this word.

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