Questions tagged with difference

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Fan Favourite or Fan's Favourite ?
Hi everyone. So, I saw 'Fan Favourite' named as a title of a playlist and I was thinking that the ...
grammar apostrophe Difference Usage +1 vote, edited Aug 26 by Lily
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Is there difference between "has no" "does not have"?
Ex: "kindness has no enemies" and "kindness does not have enemies".
Difference correct choice grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 21 by Pedro Aguiar
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what's the difference between 'if only I could' and 'if I could only' ?
if I could only be with you for 10 days. if only I could be with you for 10 days.
Difference grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Lily
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Breakup vs Break Up vs Breakups vs Break-up
Sometimes I read ''breakup'' altogether. what is the right way to write meaning 'ending of a relationship'? and when is ...
grammar Difference 0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Lily
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''what'' or ''which'' are you looking for?
My colleague message me asking for the link to the original video (that I used for a school project) - ...
grammar Difference what which versus 0 votes, edited Aug 09 by Lily
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what's the difference between 'lack' and 'miss' ?
when do I use each one?
grammar verb Difference versus 0 votes, asked Aug 05 by Lily
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ON a tv show x IN a tv show x AT a tv show
If I want to say that is someone is imitating Harry Potter, for example, on ''The Tonight Show'', should I ...
live watch Difference at in 0 votes, asked Aug 05 by Lily
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what's the difference between ''any less'' and ''anything less'' ?
it's a joke video, you couldn't expect any/anything less. I wanted to mean, you can't expect a serious thing our ...
Difference grammar +1 vote, asked Jul 31 by Lily
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what is the difference between ''shall'' , ''will'' and ''going to'' ?
Is ''shall'' only used for ''we''? can we use with ''I/he/she'' ? I shall go... We shall... Shall we?
Difference versus will going grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 30 by Lily
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Difference between Pre-present and Progressive Pre-present
Is there any difference in the meaning of the following sentences? 1. I have lived in Bratislava for 30 years. ...
Difference Pre-present progressive Pre-presnt +1 vote, asked Jul 26 by Eugenia Kosutzka
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How long had you been studying before you moved to Canada? How long had you studied before you moved to ...
Difference 0 votes, asked Jun 20 by Emma
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difference between May not x Must not ?
1- You two must not eat here. 2- Must not eat here. 3- You may not eat here. 4- May ...
may must wordusage Difference Adverb 0 votes, edited Jun 15 by Lily
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Meaning and differences
What are the differences between following sentences: If you ask me, i'll say no.If you asked me, i would say ...
grammar meaning Difference 0 votes, asked May 07 by unique
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Meanings and difference
What is the difference in the meanings of the following sentences: If you asked me, I would say no. If ...
meaning Difference 0 votes, asked May 02 by unique
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Meanings and difference
What are the meaning of the following sentence: If I'm to be a teacher, I shall never be absent from ...
meaning Difference 0 votes, asked May 02 by unique
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which one do you like BEST or MOST?
What are the differences? Which one do you like (the) best? / Does '' you like better?'' exist? Which one ...
wordusage Difference best MOST 0 votes, asked Feb 12 by Lily
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what is the difference?
is there a difference between: Inconsistency & Contradiction?
Difference +1 vote, asked Feb 05 by MO Sin
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A) take note ≠ translator's note So, I've seen T/N on some Korean videos and dramas (with English subtitles), it ...
wordusage Difference slang abbreviations 0 votes, asked Jan 29 by Lily
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Difference between operator and other auxiliary?
Difference 0 votes, asked Nov 12 '15 by Nadimul
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between or among
What is the difference between "between" and "among"?
between among Difference +1 vote, asked Jun 04 '15 by Suzaan
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The difference between "At work"&"In work"
hi guys,I was asked to say the difference between at work and in work for my class in the institute.The ...
in at Difference 0 votes, asked Apr 09 '15 by Reza_irani
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Word choice
when to use "less" and when to use "reduce" while composing a sentence?
Difference less reduce 0 votes, asked Mar 13 '15 by Antra Agarwal
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What's the difference between digging and shoveling?
My neighbor says that digging and shoveling are the same. I say they are different other than they both remove ...
digging shoveling Difference 0 votes, asked Feb 17 '15 by hanksherman
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as or like
Can anyone please tell me the difference between 'as' and 'like'? I don't know where is the right place to ...
as like Difference 0 votes, edited Feb 17 '15 by Youngsun Han
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Difference between "Aligned with" vs "In Alignment With"
Is there a difference between "aligned with" vs "in alignment with" ? Context: you will align US with OUR Inner ...
grammar Difference between 0 votes, asked Nov 29 '14 by Zack
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What's the difference between "extend and "expand"?
Thank you for your kind answer in advnace :D
Difference expand extend english 0 votes, asked Oct 10 '14 by Carter Kim
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Formerly OR Earlier
Formerly OR earlier? Which one fits better in different situations in the below sentences? The name of our company has ...
Word Difference 0 votes, asked Aug 29 '14 by Natalia
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difference of 2 sentences
1. He has been able to communicate with others through a computer. 2. He has been able to communicate through ...
sentences Difference meaning 0 votes, asked May 07 '14 by Joshua
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Difference in meaning -the use of didn't and haven't
Is there a difference in meaning between the use of didn't and haven't in these sentences: Didn't your parents teach ...
Difference meaning 0 votes, asked Mar 09 '14 by Javdean
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Word usage question, any help appreciated
I would like to ____ by inviting questions from the audience. (end - stop) fill the blank with one of ...
blank Usage Word Difference 0 votes, asked Jan 17 '14 by Mardin Uzeri
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