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Then vs Than THEN is an adverb that is used to situate events in time, and an adjective that means, “being so at the time”. THAN is a conjunction that is used when we want to compare...

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AFFECT vs EFFECT Affect Definition and Examples Primarily, “affect” is used as a verb. That means that it is performing an action on something or someone. The actions that have been taken by one...

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Say and Tell. Don't say: He told, 'I will/'ll go home.' He told that he'd go home. Say: He said, 'I will/'ll go home.' He said that he'd go home. Use "to say" (1) when referring...

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Verbs often confused Shall and May. Distinguish between: (a) May I shut the door? and (b) Shall I shut the door? May I shut the door? Means that I wish the door closed and I...

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Make and Do. (a) Make Don't say: The carpenter did a large table. Say The carpenter made a large table. (b) Do Don't say: You must make your work carefully. Say: You must do your work carefully. "To...

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Verbs often confused Lie and Lay. (a) Lie Don't say: I'm going to lay down for an hour. Say: I'm going to lie down for an hour. (b) Lay Don't say: Please lie the exam papers on...

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Verbs often confused Sit and Seat. (a) Sit Don't say: We seat at a desk to write a letter. Say: We sit at a desk to write a letter. (b) Seat Don't say: He sat the passengers...

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Verbs often confused: Rise and Raise. (a) Rise Don't say: Val raises very early in the morning. Say: Val rises very early in the morning. (b) Raise Don't say: She rose their salaries too often. Say: She raised...

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Using the wrong preposition Depend on or upon, not from. Don't say: It depends from her. Say: It depend on (or upon) her. Note: Rely on or upon: I can't rely on (or upon) him.

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Conform to, not with. Don't say: We must conform with the rules. Say: We must conform to the rules. Note: comply takes with: We'll comply with your request.
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Static Awareness: An Insight Into The Indian State (JAMMU AND KASHMIR) Today, we are discussing about the state “Heaven Of India” - “Jammu & Kashmir”. Jammu...

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