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This tag is for questions about the difference in meaning between certain phrases or sentences.

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What is the difference between words like flock, platoon, swarm, throng, and gang? Many of them are applied to groups of specific people or animals, but they are also used in other cases. Swarm can …
asked Jul 21 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between "nice to see you" and "nice to meet you"? Are they the same or not? …
asked Aug 13 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between "should" and "must"? e.g. "They should have called the police." Can I use "must" in that sentence or not? e.g. "You should read his new book." How about this sentence? …
asked Oct 24 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between "and" , "or"? Can we use conjunction "or" in the positive sentence or not? How about "and"?? "Lisa likes apples and bananas." Can i use "or" in that sentence or not? If not why? …
asked Aug 11 '15 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between: How are you doing? and: How are you? Do they use in informal speaking or not? Also, what is the function of the verb 'doing' in that first sentence? …
asked Jan 7 '15 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between Thanks God and Thank God, and can we use them in the same situation? For example: God gives us relatives; thank God, we can choose our friends. Can we use "Thanks God" instead of "Thank God"? If not, why? …
asked Jun 2 '15 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between "subjective complement" and "objective complement"? How can I recognize them in the sentences? Is there any special rule for them? Do they use after special verbs? If yes which verbs? …
asked Aug 2 '14 by Ice Girl
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"The company has grown and now employs 50 more people than last year." "The company has expanded and now has branches in most major cities." What is the difference between 'has grown' and 'has expanded' in those sentences? Do they have the same meaning or not? …
asked Nov 9 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between "partner" and "friend"? Can somebody help me? …
asked Oct 27 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between big and great? For example: "The government has spent a big deal of money attempting to help the region." Can I use "great" in this sentence? And for the …
asked Aug 18 '14 by Ice Girl
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should she say? 'here you are' or 'here you go'? which one is correct? What is the difference between them? …
asked Nov 19 '16 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between"high quality material and high quality of material"? Do they use in the same way or not? …
asked Aug 21 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between these two sentences?? I'm in the school. I'm in school. Do they have the same meaning or not? …
asked Oct 22 '14 by Ice Girl
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what is the difference between "like" and "as"? Do people use these in similar situations? Thanks! …
asked Jul 28 '14 by Ice Girl
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What is the difference between however and whereas? Cooking is hard, whereas eating is easy. Can I use however in that sentence (instead of whereas) or not? If not, why? The meaning of the …
asked Nov 12 '14 by Ice Girl

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