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Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is lesson 240. Today we are going to look at the
difference between arise and rise. Some students often ask me when should we use
rise and when should we use arise. All right. So let's, let's take a look at the
first definition. The first definition is with arise. We say this. If a situation
or difficulty arises, it starts to exist or one becomes aware of it. So it seems have
come out of nowhere. You know, just kind of suddenly. All right and let's look at
the, let's go right to the first example. A serious problem arose while you were
gone. So yeah it started to exist. It came into existence. You became aware of it. So
in this case, you should use arose or arise. Arose being the past tense. Not
rise. So you wouldn't say a serious problem rose while you were gone. You would say a
serious problem arose while you were gone. Okay. Let's look at the second one here. . An organization or system starts or begins to develop. Okay . Let's look at the second example. In recent years crypto
currencies seem to have arisen out of nowhere. All right. So it's more like a
system. Like crypto currencies where did they come from?
What is that ? So there's a lot of people that responded like that. It's it was a system
that seemed to just come out of nowhere. It just seemed to appear out of nowhere . So in
this case, again we should use arise not rise. Al right let's look at the next one.
Get out of bed. Yeah. Usually we say we arise with get out of bed. All right here we are going to have two
examples for this one. When the prince kissed Sleeping Beauty she arose from
her deep sleep. All right. Yeah So basically like getting out of bed or
waking up, getting up, then we say that. So we say arise not just rose. Okay. the next one.
we say oh no wait. We have one more arose too. She
arose at 6 a.m. to feed the chickens. So she arose . So she got out of bed at 6
o'clock to feed the chickens. We wouldn't say she rose at 6 a.m. to feed the
chickens. She arose. She got out of bed. She got awake got out. Okay the next one.
Stand up. All right. Let's look at Grandpa arose from his rocking chair. Yes Grandpa
he was probably sitting down. He arose he stood up to get out of the rocking chair. We
wouldn't say grandpa rose from his rocking chair. That sounds a little weird.
it sounds a little confusing too. Did he levitate ?
Did something pick him up in the air ? Yeah. We probably say arose like
standing up. In this case. So all right. Let's look at the next one. Now we are looking at the
definition rise. All right. Move upward. This is a very very common one . To
be honest, we probably hear rise a little bit more than arise. For two
of the meanings. This one move awkward, and also increase in size or amount.
This is in everyday use. So let's go to the next example here. When that child
let go of his balloon, it rose in the air. So it just moved upward. It went higher. So
it rose here, not arose. But we should be using rose. The next one. Voice. Voice is
definitely always rise not arose. So let's look at this example. She is able
to make her voice rise to reach the high notes. Okay, very good. Let's continue. Again this one like I said is
probably the most common one. To increase in size or amount. So we usually say something
rises some level or some number goes up. We probably will use rise not arise. So here
we say the price of gasoline is starting to rise again. Yeah. So out of all of
these uses, this is probably the most common one . Prices or numbers are always
going up Use rise with that. Okay, and the last
one here. Rise in power or success. So let's look at the last example. He
rose to the position of vice-president in just five years. So he moved upward in
success or he might have moved upward in power. And this is probably at a company. And
some companies have more than one vice president too. Okay anyway. I hope it's
clear. I hope it was very informative, and I hope you can see a big difference
between rise and arise. Thank you very much. Bye-. bye
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Tutor Nick P Lesson (240) What IS the Difference Between Arise amd Rise

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