How Are You? vs. How Are You Holding Up? Would You Care For It? vs. Would You Care About It? Hold On vs. Hold Up First vs. In the First Place What's the Problem? vs. What's Your Problem?
The problem with “work” and “job” is in the interconnection between the meanings of the words. To explain one, we often have to use the other, which may lead to confusion and misunderstanding. That’s why in this case ample examples are especially important. Let’s have a close look at the two nouns.
Class and lesson are among the most frequently used words in English. So, we can often hear something like “Mary took guitar lessons” or “I go to dance classes”. Are the words interchangeable? Let’s find out…
The words sound similar but the meaning is totally different. Read the post to get it right.
"Make your present perfect because your past is continuous and your future is indefinite." Unknown
Have you ever wondered what the difference between "across" and "among" is? It may seem easy, but consider the sentences: 1) Unemployment is quite high, especially among young people. 2) Unemployment is quite high across the continent. Is it just about a place and a group of people? Read on to make it all clear...
The difference may seem easy to see, but read this concise post to make sure you really can pinpoint it.