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Ability vs. Capability

Ability – Ability to do some task means that you can do it and have done it in the past. Ability determines a person’s skill or level of expertise. In other words, it denotes the quality of being able to perform something. For example, • Sh...

added by ramyashankar
3 days ago

Adapt vs. Adept vs. Apt vs. Adopt

Apt Apt is an adjective that describes the right situation for something or the person who is perfectly suitable for some situation. Apt can also be used to describe someone who is quick to learn. Apt sis derived from the Latin word aptere (fasten) -...

added by ramyashankar
14 days ago

Assume vs Presume

Assume The verb assume means to take something upon without any proof. Some synonyms are to suppose, or take for granted. Assume can also mean to begin to have some power or huge responsibility. Assume originated from the Latin word ad (towards) + su...

added by ramyashankar
1 month ago

A short guide to improving your grammar and increase your vocabulary in a month

Working with My Paper Writer services present a great way of learning from professionals. They are very resourceful in helping you make the right choice of words and vocabulary to apply in your writing. Effective communication can only be made when o...

added by acronimous
1 month ago

Confident vs. confidential vs. confidant

Confidant A close person with whom you share the most secret matters, the kind that cannot be shared with anyone else. It is a noun and refers to a person. Sometimes, people use ‘confidante’ as an alternative word to refer to females. The actor...

added by ramyashankar
1 month ago

How To Write An Amazing Blog Post

Picture a cheese sandwich — a truly terrible one.What does it look like?If you’re anything like me, you’re thinking of something like a single square of processed cheese (I see it curling and browning at the edges) encased within two stale, dry...

added by mlambert
1 month ago

Maid vs. Made

English is usually considered one of a simple language when compare to many complicated language like French and Chinese etc. but one thing to keep in mind while speaking English is to be careful about its grammar. It might be a simple language but o...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Essence vs. Essential

Essence Essence is a noun that refers to the quality of something that determines its uniqueness or character, or a gist of something. For example,      •  The essence of this skit is women empowerment.   ...

added by ramyashankar
2 months ago

Strive vs. Stride vs. Strife

Stride Stride is a verb that means to take a careful step towards an aim, or to cross even difficult obstacles in a positive manner. The word originated from old English stride meaning ‘single long step’. “Taking things in a stride” is an idi...

added by ramyashankar
2 months ago

Allure vs. Allude vs. Elude

Allude Pronounce the ‘a’ allude in the same way as you would pronounce a in assume. The rest of the letters are pronounced as leew-d. So, allude is pronounced as a-leewd. The word comes from the latin alludere, meaning ‘to play with’. Allude...

added by ramyashankar
2 months ago

Soon vs. Early

“I am planning to start a business soon…” “I will have an early lunch tomorrow…” In the above sentence, soon represents a time which is not yet decided. Soon means in a short time, but we don’t know what that exact time is. Early is re...

added by ramyashankar
3 months ago

Future Continuous Tense

Early learners of English language come across tenses and have to master them before moving further with the learning process. Tenses play a very important role in language and hold its grammar and literature together.Today I will discuss about tense...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Tenses refer to the part of English grammar that contribute to the formation and structure of each and every sentence. It actually refers to the verb and the time of it occurrence in a specific sentence.In today’s article, I will throw light on the...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Future Indefinite Tense

Tenses hold the pillars of English grammar and keep it standing. Without tenses, English or any other language for that matter cannot exist or make sense. While learning English, it is very important to understand tenses and use them correctly in sen...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Future Perfect Tense

Tenses are the main component of English grammar which contribute to the main structure and formation of the language. Tenses make the language sensible and comprehendible for the writers, speakers and listeners.Today, I will talk about tenses and wh...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Past Perfect Tense

Tenses hold vital importance in English grammar and language. The term tense has literal meaning of stress or tension but in English grammar it depicts something entirely different.Today I will discuss about the term tense and what it means in Englis...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Beginners of English language sometimes face difficulties in understanding and applying the correct tenses while writing and speaking. One little mistake in tense of a sentence can lead to a big change in the meaning of the writer/speaker which can l...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Award vs. Reward

Award Award can be used as a noun or a verb. It means a prize or a grant given to someone for doing something big. In late middle English, award was used to denote ‘issuing of judicial decision’ which was a variant of the old French word ‘esgu...

added by ramyashankar
3 months ago

Past Continuous Tense

Most of us English learners are aware of the term tenses and what it means in the grammatical language. What most of us don’t understand is the importance tense has in the formation of the language.Today I will discuss tenses in general and past co...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Past Indefinite Tense

The term tenses is used in English language to describe the occurrence of verb. Tense also has other meanings but grammatically speaking, this is the only meaning of the term.In today’s article, I will discuss the term tense in detail and highlight...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Tense does not only mean stress or tightness but tense also has a grammatical meaning and role in English language. It is one of the main components of English grammar and decides the existence of the verb in a sentence.In today’s article I will ta...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Present Continuous Tense

Tenses are a vital component of English language and grammar or the whole language is standing on the pillars of tenses.In today’s article, I will be discussing about what tense is, what are its types and what is present continuous tense in particu...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Present Perfect Tense

Are you aware of the term tense? It is a grammatical concept of English language that depends on the verb and decides the time of the action taking place.In today’s article, I will throw light upon the general term tense and discuss in detail the p...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Present Indefinite Tense

Tense is a common word which means stressed but did you know that tense also has grammatical significance in English language. Tense is one of the main component of English language and the grammar is standing on the pillar of tenses.Today I will dis...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

Tense

Grammar of a language is composed of many components that’s together are responsible for the formation of that language. Likewise, English grammar is also a very vast and diverse term which consists of various components and parts that all make up ...

added by angbeenc
3 months ago

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