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S. Barnes

Driving down to Knowledge town

This might be new to you, but the words upon and Apon are commonly interchangeably used by many people. Some might think that the word Apon is not an English word and not in the dictionary but it is a legitimate English word and shares the same manner of usage. They are both prepositions but the word Apon is not commonly used in today’s modern times.

Upon means up or on an example is: The boy mounted upon his new horse. Upon could also mean being with time like: Upon her arrival, the band started to play her favorite song. Apon, on the other hand, is not commonly used today in Modern English. This was used during the Middle English era and meant the same as upon. You might catch this old preposition in old poetry and stories.

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I think it is Demonstritive. Not reflective or posesive b/c possesive means YOU have posssesion

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I believe that there several reasons to engage the volunteer in the political process because he or she is interested in campaigning for politicians. The volunteer wants to know what he or she can do between today and tomorrow. I tell him or her to be patient about the political process.

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Incorrect.

If the people want unsafe cars, theywill get them.

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Teachergraceli

I think it is wrong it should be those because it is plural

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Teachergraceli

At first i was guessing, and i guessed those, and i got it right!

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