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  • this'll is everyday grammar.

  • Yes, it is.

  • I was thinking about one of our past episodes.

  • Oh, really?

  • Which one?

  • The one about commonly confused words.

  • Well, you know there plenty of commonly confused words so we can revisit the topic that would be awesome.

  • Lose is a verb, which means to fail to win something.

  • They knew they would lose the football game, but it can also mean to have less of something over time.

  • Luce is usually used as an adjective and means that something is not tight or secure or not.

  • Exactly.

  • Loose clothing, not quite loose.

  • Translation.

  • Not exact.

  • Translation.

  • Compliment.

  • As a noun, it's something that completes something else.

  • As a verb, you add to something to improve it.

  • A pearl necklace compliments a nice dress.

  • A compliment is a polite expression of praise or admiration.

  • Please keep the two parents apart.

  • The new paired became a part of the family apart, as one Word is an adjective, it means to be separated.

  • But apart is a noun.

  • It means to be some, but not all, of something.

  • It is usually followed by of a part of, and that's everyday grammar.

this'll is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Commonly Confused Words, Part Three

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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