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    Among or Between?

    When only two are involved, the answer is easy: between.

    Example:
    Miss Mona sensed a barrier between her and Mr. Karam.


    With three or more, you have a choice. Use between if you're thinking of the individuals and their relations with one another.
    Example:
    There were several embarrassing exchanges between Lydia, Kitty, and Jane.

    Use among if you're thinking of the group.
    Example:
    Omar's arrival created a stir among the guests

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    Amount or Number?

    Amount should be used to refer to quantities that cannot be counted or cannot be expressed in terms of a single number.
    Example:
    "Repairing the Edsel took a great amount of work."


    Number is used for quantities that can be counted.
    Example:
    "A large number of deer ate the corn

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    Listen or Hear?

    Listen is used to talk about or describe sounds that are being made around you and which you are making an active effort to focus on.
    For example:
    Did you listen to the news last night on television?
    ^
    ^


    Hear is used for sounds that come to our ears, but we do not, unlike listen, need to be actively engaged in trying to listen to the sound - it can just come to your ears!




    For example:
    Mike heard a bang in the night which woke him up


    I CAN HEAR YOUR HEART HAHAHA SO I HOPE U ENJOY FOR TODAY GUYS AND SEE U SOON


    BYE
    Biboo always here 4 ya

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  4. #24
    well done good job

    Go ahead we are with you
    Silence in lips may avoid many problems...

    and smile in lips may solve many problems so always have a silent smile...
    :encouragement:

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    hahhaha Morning guys
    i will cnt after 10 mnts

    and tnx dude u always wid mehh

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    How about or What about?


    Both can be used to make suggestions:

    • How about going to see a movie tonight?



    • What about going to see a movie tonight?

    Or, in the case of a non-suggestive question:

    • Is Mike going with you? How about Pete?
    • Is Mike going with you? What about Pete?



    • Have you finished cleaning your room? How about your homework?
    • Have you finished cleaning your room? What about your homework?

    So, use either and the earth won't open up and swallow you!

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    Allusion or Illusion?

    An allusion is an indirect reference.
    Example:
    Did you catch my allusion to Shakespeare?

    An illusion is a misconception or false impression.
    Example:
    Mirrors give the room an illusion of depth

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    Bad or Badly?

    We use bad (an adjective) with linking verbs such as is, seems, feels, looks, or appears.
    Example:
    "I feel bad that I missed the concern."

    We use the adverb badly with action verbs.
    Example:
    "He smells badly."
    This sentence means he can't detect the smell of his friend's perfume, but "He smells bad" means he needs to shower and use deodorant.

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    Cite or Site?

    Cite is a verb meaning "to quote for purposes of example, authority, or proof.
    Example:
    "He cites many experts in his article."

    Site is usually used as a noun meaning "place or scene."
    Example:
    This is the site of the accident.

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    Continually or Continuously?

    Yes, there is a slight difference, although most people (and even many dictionaries) treat them the same.
    Continually means repeatedly, with breaks in between.
    Continuously means without interruption, in an unbroken stream.
    Example:
    Ali has to wind the cuckoo clock continually to keep it running continuously.
    (If it's important to emphasize the distinction, it's probably better to use periodically or intermittently instead of continually to describe something that starts and stops.)
    The same distinction, by the way, applies to continual and continuous, the adjective forms

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