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Begin or Start?

We can use the verbs begin and start to mean the same thing but begin is more formal than start. Begin is an irregular verb. Its past simple form is began and its -ed form is begun. Begin and Start Begin and start can both be used with the same meaning. I began/started...

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How to use ‘Before’

Before is an adverb, a conjunction, and a preposition. Before means earlier than the time or event mentioned: Can you call me back before 5 pm, please? I met her just before she left. Before: adverb We can use before to mean ‘at any time before now’....

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How to use ‘Because’

Because and Because of Because is a conjunction. It is used at the beginning of a clause, before a subject and verb. Because of is a two-word preposition, used before a noun or a pronoun. Compare: We were late because...

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Back vs Again

Back and again can be used with similar meanings, but there are some differences. With a verb, we use back to suggest a return to an earlier situation, a movement in the opposite direction to an earlier movement, and similar...

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The Hardest Riddles

Riddle: Say what? I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. I have nobody, but I come alive with the wind. What am I?  This riddle relies on tricking you into thinking about ears and a mouth. You get...

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Use ‘ask’ correctly

Ask and Ask for Ask for: ask somebody to give something. Ask without for: ask somebody to tell something. Compare: – Don’t ask me for money. (NOT Don’t ask me money.) Don’t ask me my name. (More common than Don’t...

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