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Difference Between Despite and in spite of

Difference Between Despite and in spite of The English terms in spite of and despite are very similar in meaning and usage; in spite of this, English speakers sometimes find them confusing. Despite might be a tiny bit more formal. Read...

By Jalali on Nov 12th, 2016
Difference Between Restrictive and Nonrestrictive Adjective Clauses

Difference Between Restrictive and Nonrestrictive Adjective Clauses We already have talked about adjective clauses, we said that an adjective clause is used to modify, explain, and give important or extra information about a noun or pronoun...

By Jalali on Oct 23rd, 2016
Difference Between Another, Other, The other, Others And The others

  Difference Between Another, Other, The other, Others And The others Difference Between Another, Other, The other, Others And The others 1. Another: We use another with singular countable nouns and with uncountable nouns it means ‘one...

By Jalali on Oct 9th, 2016
Difference Between Sometimes and Sometime

Sometimes English can be quite frustrating, one letter can completely change the meaning of a word and the way the word is used. One confusing pair that unites tricky words is sometimes and sometime. This is easy to distinguish not only in...

By Jalali on Jun 28th, 2016
Differences Between Defining and Non-Defining Relative Clauses

We learned about adjective or relative clause; we learned that a dependent clause that functions as an adjective in a sentence is called adjective clause or relative. Indeed the adjective clause is divided into two main kinds: defining relative...

By Jalali on May 20th, 2016
What is the difference between sentence, clause and phrase?

These three structure are common part of English grammar. Whatever we say that is made of phrase, clause and sentence. These three structures have different roles and functions. Learning the difference between them will help you to improve both...

By Jalali on Mar 5th, 2016
Gerunds and Infinitives

If you want to speak correct and natural English, you should know when to use gerunds, and when to use infinitives. One of the difficulties of the English language is to know whether to use a gerund  (ex: doing) or an infinitive (ex: to...

By Jalali on Feb 24th, 2016