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Just Now vs Right Now vs Presently:Commonly Confused Words
Just now, right now and presently are often confusedly replaced with each other, while they don't mean exactly the same, though they have similar connotations.
Hard vs HardlyCommonly Confused Words
Hard and hardly are often confusedly used as similar words. However, they do differ. While hard has a positive connotation, hardly has a very negative impact in a sentence.
First vs FastCommonly Confused Words
First refers to someone or something or someone’s actions which happen before everything else. Fast can both be an adjective and adverb which means quick or quickly.
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- Argue with ( যূক্তি দেখানো (ব্যক্তি) ) I argued with him for the point.
- Charge on or against ( অভিযোগ করা (ব্যক্তি) ) Theft was charged on (against) him.
- Prohibit from ( বারণ করা ) I prohibited him from going there.
- Informed of ( অবহিত ) I was not informed of your misfortune.
- Grateful to ( কৃতজ্ঞ (ব্যক্তি) ) I am grateful to you for your help.
- Commence on ( শুরু করা ) Our examination commences on the 3rd July.
- Three R's ( প্রাথমিক শিক্ষা ) The majority of our people have not yet learnt the three R's.
- Bid fair ( ভালো কিছু আশা করা ) He bids fair to be a good doctor.
- In time ( ঠিক সময়ে ) He reached the station in time.
- To the letter ( অক্ষরে অক্ষরে ) He followed my advice to the letter.
- Kith and kin ( নিকট আত্মীয় ) He has no good relationship with his kith and kin.
- Household word ( সকলের পরিচিত নাম ) Mother Teresa's name has now become a household word.
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