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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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- Distinguish between ( প্রভেদ করা ) Distinguish between a phrase and a clause.
- Engaged with ( নিযুক্ত (ব্যক্তি) ) I was engaged with him in talk.
- Tide over ( অতিক্রম করা ) He will soon tide over the difficulty.
- Respect to ( সম্বন্ধে ) We are talking with respect to that matter.
- Dislike for ( অপছন্দ ) He has dislike for dogs.
- Search of ( অনুসন্ধানে ব্যস্ত ) They are in search of nice bird.
- word of no implication ( কথার কথা )
- Breathe one's last ( মারা যাওয়া ) The old man breathed his last on Sunday last.
- Crocodile tears ( ময়া কান্না ) He shed crocodile tears at our misery.
- Turn a deaf ear to ( মনোযোগ না দেওয়া ) He turned a deaf ear to my proposal.
- End in smoke ( ব্যর্থ হওয়া ) All his plans ended in smoke.
- cringing flatterer ( খঁয়ের খা )
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