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Very vs MuchCommonly Confused Words
Very is preceded by Adjective’s positive degree. Much is preceded by comparative degree and past participle.
So vs VeryCommonly Confused Words
So means ‘to a great extent or degree.’ Very emphasizes the degree of something that belongs to or is part of a particular person or thing.
Scarcely vs RarelyCommonly Confused Words
Scarcely means ‘almost nothing’ or ‘almost not’. Rarely means ‘almost never’.
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- Vain of ( অহঙ্কারী ) She is vain of her beauty.
- Bent on ( ঝোঁক ) He is bent on playing cricket.
- Excel in ( তুলনামূলক ভাবে সুন্দর হওয়া ) He excels in painting.
- Popular with ( জনপ্রিয় ) He is popular with all for his good behaviour.
- Taste for ( রুচি ) She has no taste for music.
- Useful for ( প্রয়োজনীয় (উদ্দেশ্য) ) This book is useful to us for examination.
- Far and wide ( সর্বত্র ) His fame as a scholar spread far and wide
- Crying need ( জরুরী প্রয়োজন ) Mass education is the crying need of Bangladesh.
- In fine ( পরিশেষ ) In fine he declared his plan.
- All on a sudden ( হঠাৎ ) All on a sudden a tiger came out of the bush.
- Household word ( সকলের পরিচিত নাম ) Mother Teresa's name has now become a household word.
- Out of date ( অপ্রচলিত ) This fashion is now out of date.
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