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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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- Pass for ( গণ্য হওয়া ) He passes for a clever man.
- Favourable to ( অনুকূল (ব্যক্তি) ) This situation is favourable to me for doing this.
- Dislike for ( অপছন্দ ) He has dislike for dogs.
- Sick of ( পীড়িত, ক্লান্ত ) He is sick for home.
- Weary of ( ক্লান্ত ) He is weary of hard life.
- Refer to ( বিচারার্থে পাঠানো ) Refer the matter to him for enquiry.
- To and fro ( এদিন-ওদিক ) Being unable to make up his mind the man is walking to and fro.
- Dead against ( তীব্র বিরোধী ) I am dead against his proposal.
- Come off with flying colours ( জয়লাভ করা ) Our School team came off with flying colours.
- At least ( অন্ততঃ ) At least one hundred boys will come to school today.
- At a loss ( হতবু্দ্ধি ; কিংকর্তব্যবিমূঢ় ) He was at a loss and did not know what to do.
- Turn over a new leaf ( নূতনের সূচনা ) After his failure he turned over a new leaf.
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