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Understanding the proper use of by and through

Difference Between by and through

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Understanding the proper use of by and through The English language has various rules regarding grammar. Sometimes the rules apply and other times it doesn’t. It is of vital importance that you make sure that&hellip

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Difference between conflict and climax

Difference between conflict and climax

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The terms conflict and climax are used to represent different types of a struggle. However, their meanings are not the same. They have differences that distinguish the terms from one another. Definitions Both terms have&hellip

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Difference between drama and play

Difference Between Drama and Play

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  In the world of theatre, the terms ‘drama’ and ‘play’ have become synonymous, and both are frequently and generically used to refer to an on-stage production of a story. However, these two words do&hellip

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Difference Between Has and Have

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‘Has’ and ‘have’ are both different forms of the same verb. ‘Have’ is the base form, since it is the regular present tense. They are both very important, since they cover many different meanings and&hellip

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Usage of The

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The use of the word ‘the’ is sometimes difficult to grasp for non-native speakers of English. It is a definite article. Some languages, like Japanese, do not have articles. Others, like Spanish or German, have&hellip

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The Difference Between ‘Each’ and ‘Every’

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The words ‘each’ and ‘every’ are commonly used and have comparable meanings. However, there are a number of main differences in their meanings and in the instances when they are used. A Comparison of ‘Each’ and&hellip

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Usage of Would

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‘Would’ is both the past tense and the conditional form of the word ‘will’. As a verb, ‘will’ is used to express that something is going to happen in the future, though it can be&hellip

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Usage of the Semicolon

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Semicolons are a form of punctuation. They act as a middle ground between the period and the comma. They can be used as a form of super-comma, acting like a comma would in cases when&hellip

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Why do CEOs earn so much?

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CEOs are paid much more than the average worker. In some cases today, they might earn up to 200 times more than the average employer. In light of such figures, there is widespread opinion that&hellip

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Why do ceilings crack?

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Like most constructions, ceilings are subject to change and wear. It is quite normal to see and hear about cracked ceilings, especially after a seasonal change. While cracked ceilings might sometimes be serious, usually they&hellip

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Why do atvs have thumb throttles?

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Quads or atvs (all-terrain vehicles) are gaining popularity for both recreational and pragmatic purposes. Unfortunately there has always been a great safety concern with these vehicles as they pose very meager crash protection, coupled with&hellip

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WHY DO INCENTIVE PLANS FAIL?

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WHY DO INCENTIVE PLANS FAIL? Incentives are one of the most common weapons used to motivate employees these days. This is not only useful for businesses but also for the implementation of our own plan.&hellip

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Why do brides wear white?

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Marriages involve the bonding of a man and woman into husband and wife. It is an age-old practice and one that has gained a variety of traditions along the way. Apart from other complexities that&hellip

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Why do NHL players grow beards?

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Why do NHL players grow beards? The National Hockey League is a premier professional ice hockey league with 23 clubs franchised in the US and 7 in Canada. The most important league trophy is the&hellip

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Why Do Sewers Back Up?

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Sewers back up because of sewage drains clogging, lack of sewerage maintenance and a number of other reasons contributing to the blocking including flood water. Other not much common reasons of sewage backing up could&hellip

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Why is deodorant flammable ?

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There are a lot of brands of deodorant in the market. And in modern times there is hardly anyone out there in the world who hasn’t tried out any of them. Almost everybody has their&hellip

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Why do ceiling fans make noise?

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Ceiling fans are a blessing in hot areas. With climate change pushing temperatures in to extremes, people all over the world are looking at different ways of keeping cool or keeping warm. Ceiling fans can&hellip

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Why do hard boiled eggs smell?

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When it comes to healthy food choices, many experts and nutritionists promote the consumption of eggs to provide the body with good protein. To make eggs even more healthy, nutritionists often prefer to have them&hellip

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Why Do Bicycles Have Gears?

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Just like with the gears of any mechanical apparatus, bicycle gears serve the purpose of increasing the efficiency of your bike’s function. The gears of your bike will considerably allow the power source “the rider”&hellip

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Why Do Front Loader Washers Smell?

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The main reason behind the unpleasant odor from front load washers is mold and mildew infestation and organic decay. The reason why front load washers are more prone to such mold and mildew infestations than&hellip

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