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In this part, we will look at some of the problematic areas about pronouns, their functions and their differences in usage.
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Forgive vs. ExcuseThese verbs are synonymous, but they are used in different contexts depending on seriousness of the offence. Follow the lesson for more details.
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Decrease vs. DeclineThese verbs are synonymous but have a subtle difference in their connotation and form different grammatical structures which we are going to discuss here.
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Remove vs. EliminateAlthough these verbs are synonymous, the scope and contexts of their use is different. This lesson will clarify their differences.
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Manage vs. SuperviseBoth verbs are concerned with being in charge of a group and their activities but they indicate different levels of authority. Follow the lesson for more.
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Mail vs. PostThese verbs are synonymous but they are mainly used in different regions. Follow the lesson for more details.
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Gain vs. Earnalthough these verbs are synonymous, they emphasize different processes and reasons for reaching the end result. This lesson will clarify their differences.
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Copy vs. DuplicateBoth verbs are concerned with reproducing material, but they have different connotations and are used in different contexts. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Invest vs. FundBoth verbs mean to allocate a sum of money to a person or organization, but they are done for different purposes which we are going to discuss in this lesson.
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Claim vs. AssertionAlthough these verbs are synonymous, they have different underlying bases. This lesson will clarify their different.
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Have vs. OwnWhat are the differences in meaning and usage of 'have' and 'own'?
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Adjust vs. AdaptBoth verbs are concerned with making changes to make something better, but how are they different?
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Suggest vs. Recommend vs. ProposeThese three verbs refer to putting forward an idea, but they are used in different contexts. This lesson will tell you about their differences.
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Cook vs. BakeBoth 'cook' and 'bake' are concerned with preparing food, but they are used in different contexts. Follow the lesson to find out more about them.
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Welcome vs. Greet'Welcome' and 'greet' are both related to receiving someone but they are used in different contexts and with different degrees of friendliness.
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Improve vs. EnhanceBoth verbs are concerned with making something better but they have some subtle differences in meaning and grammar. follow the lesson to find out more.
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Compare vs. ContrastBoth verbs are related to analyzing the qualities of two or more things in relation to each other, but they focus on different aspects.
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Drink vs. SipBoth verbs refer to the act of taking fluids and swallowing them, but they refer to different quantity and speed in the act. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Worry vs. ConcernThese verbs are synonyms but are used in different grammatical structures. This lesson will clarify their difference.
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Affect vs. Influence vs. ImpactThese three verbs are related to causing a change in someone or something but they imply different degrees of change. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Form vs. ShapeThese are both verbs that are concerned with the course of development of something but they affect different aspects. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Close vs. ShutBoth verbs refer to blocking an opening but they imply different manners of performing the act. This lesson will tell you about the difference between them.
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Act vs. PerformBoth 'act' and 'perform' are used in the context of providing entertainment, but they are used in different contexts. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Avoid vs. Evadeboth verbs mean to stay away from something but they are used in different contexts which we are going to discuss in this lesson
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Finish vs. CompleteBoth verbs mean to bring something to an end but they focus on different aspects of ending a task. Follow the lesson to find out about their difference.
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Fix vs. Repairthese verbs are synonyms but one of them has a wider context of use. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Grab vs. GraspBoth verbs are concerned with taking and holding an object but they imply different manners. Follow the lesson to find out about their difference.
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Possess vs. Own'possess' and 'own' both mean to have something, but they are used with different kinds of qualities or items. Follow the lesson to find own more about them.
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Go vs. LeaveBoth 'go' and 'leave' can mean moving away from one place to go to another. This lesson will discuss their similarity and difference.
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Make vs. Build'Make' and 'build' are similar in meaning but they involve different processes and materials and are done on different scales.
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Think vs. Guess vs. Believe'Think' and 'guess' and 'believe' are all used to indicate uncertainty about something but they differ in their level of uncertainty.
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Want vs. Wish'Want' and 'wish' both express a desire for something but they are different in terms of possibility of the desire.
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Want vs. Need'want' and 'need' refer to desires and requirements and are different in this regard. This lesson will discuss their difference.
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Look vs. StareBoth 'look' and 'stare' mean to turn one's eyes toward something but with different intention and intensity. This lesson will clarify this difference.
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Use vs. Apply vs. Employ'Use' and 'apply' and 'employ' differ in their object. This lesson will discuss their difference.
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Let vs. Allow vs. Permit'Let', 'allow', and 'permit' differ in their level of formality and grammatical structure. This lesson will tell you about their difference.
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Need vs. Require'Need' and 'require' are close in meaning but differ in terms of the factor causing them. This lesson will tell you about their difference.
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Give vs. Grant'Give' and 'grant' are closely related in meaning but differ in terms of context and formality. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Try vs. Attempt'Try' and 'attempt' are largely synonymous but they have a subtle difference in meaning and form different sentences. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Talk vs. Chat'Talk' and 'chat' are similar but are used in different contexts. This lesson will tell you about their difference.
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Feel vs. SenseBoth verbs mean to perceive something, but the source of perception is different. Follow the lesson to find out about their difference.
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Find vs. Discover'Find' and 'discover' are synonyms but they have a subtle difference that we are going to discuss in this lesson.
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Happen vs. OccurBoth verbs mean to take place, but they have a subtle difference that we are going to clarify in this lesson.
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Put vs. Place vs. LayThese verbs are synonyms but they differ in the level of attention used in the act and manner of action. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Help vs. Aid Vs. AssistsThese three verbs are synonyms but there are subtle differences in their meaning and level of formality. Follow the lesson to find out about their difference.
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Love vs. Adore'Love' and 'adore' are synonyms but they have subtle differences that we are going to discuss in this lesson.
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Keep vs. MaintainThese two verbs are synonyms but they are grammatically different. Follow the lesson to find out more.
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Become vs. Turn'Become' and 'turn' are both linking verbs with a similar meaning but they are used in different contexts. Follow the lesson to find out more about them.
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Show vs. Displaythese two verbs are synonyms but have a subtle difference in their intentionality. Follow the lesson to find out about their difference.
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Ask vs. Inquire'Ask' and 'inquire' are synonyms but are used in different contexts. We are going to discuss their difference in this lesson.
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Leave vs. QuitBoth verbs mean to stop doing something but they have a subtle difference which we are going to discuss in this lesson.
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