Don't and doesn't are two auxiliary verbs that are used very commonly in negative sentences. Though they are quite common, it is not always clear as to when one should use don't and when should doesn't be used. In today's video I explain the nature of don't and doesn't and … [Read more...] about When To Use Don’t And When To Use Doesn’t? How To Form A Sentence With Don’t & Doesn’t?
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Homophones are words that sound alike, look alike but have different meanings and spellings. Though they look and sound alike, since they have different meanings (and spellings) they are not interchangeable. If you don't know the proper meanings of the homophone pairs, it … [Read more...] about Homophones Desert, Dessert | Price, Prize | Lose, Loose | Break, Brake – Meanings And Examples
Confirm and Conform are two words that many interchange in a sentence because they sound so similar. Even their spellings have just a slight difference. However, the meanings of these two words, conform and confirm - commonly called homophones - are quite different. In … [Read more...] about Confirm And Conform – Homophones | Meanings With Examples | How To Use In A Sentence