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The real difference between some and any.

Escrito por British School el 28 de Agosto de 2018 en la categoría Uso del inglés

 
 

The real difference between some and any. -- Textbooks generally present the difference between some and any with the rule, ‘Use some for positive sentences and any for negatives and questions.’ And everyone’s happy. The teacher’s happy because he’s given a simple explanation of something students often have trouble with and the students are happy because they have a simple rule to follow and they’ll never make a mistake with... seguir leyendo

 
 

What's the difference between 'deal with' and 'cope with'? -- Students sometimes aren't confident about the difference in meaning and usage between deal with and cope with. While they are sometimes interchangeable, there are are some important differences.   Firstly, to deal with means:   1 - to take action to do something, especially to solve a problem (In these cases it is not possible to use cope with).   Nick’s parents had to deal with the mess his... seguir leyendo