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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Sep 11, 2019
The words “exhibit” and “exhibition” are oftentimes used interchangeably, but these words are not the same. The two words do not mean the same thing. An exhibit refers to...Read More

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The correct answer is option B. In the question above, the content word is “movies”. Content words are words that carry meaning of a sentence. It conveys information in a text o...Read More

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Yash Mathers, Content Writer
Answered: Nov 08, 2019
Symbols and motifs are concepts that are frequent in literary works. Symbolization is something that is easy to decipher in practice. Within the context of literature, a character inside a novel...Read More

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B. Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: Jul 22, 2019
Some people assume that take and get are precisely the same thing, but it should be remembered that they also have some differences. Take is known to be something that you use when you know that...Read More

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Caroline, Computer Engineer
Answered: Jul 22, 2019
The longest English word without a vowel is symphysy. But this word is not very commonly used. The longest word without a vowel which is used commonly is today’s date is rhythms.

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C. Block, English Professor
Answered: Aug 28, 2019
Bare and bear are two words with so many differences. The only similarity between the two words is that they contain the same set of letters, though not in the same arrangement. Knowing the...Read More

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John Adney, English Professor
Answered: Mar 05, 2017
The correct ans is cheque not check it mean check something like any type of work that school teachers check in school of children'

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J. Alfie, Content Writer
Answered: Jul 11, 2019
Confirm is an action word and a verb that is used when you wish to ratify or substantiate news or information. The word confirm is an adjective that tells that one who conforms has a desire to be...Read More

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John Adney, Content Writer
Answered: Feb 16, 2017
The answer should be tiny

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C. Lopez, Chauffer
Answered: Jun 13, 2019
Wait and weight are two different words. They do not share the same meaning. But the only similarity between wait and weight is that, they are homophones. Homophone means a word that has the same...Read More

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Kabeer, Chauffer
Answered: Nov 04, 2018

The meaning of قرأ is To read

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Almaz.nizamov, Chauffer
Answered: May 16, 2018

The question asks for a function word. "On" being a preposition is a function word. "Shelf" being a noun is a content word.

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John Adney, Chauffer
Answered: Dec 06, 2016
Saris gentle touch and her soft voice had a calming effect on the frightened dog.

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