I have two questions to ask. 1. What is the difference between resemblance and semblance?
2. When do we begin the sentence with "with"? Give some examples for the better understanding.
1. Resemblance means being alike whereas, semblance means the outward appearance of something while the reality is different.
2. I think that it is grammatically correct to start a sentence with 'with' but I would prefer not to do so. An example of such a sentence is: With increase in income, his living standard has improved.
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