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There is no big difference between the words “favourite” and “favorite“. Both mean the same. however “favorite” is used in the US accent i.e. in the USA, "favourite" is the spelling while in British (England) and those speaking and writing British language, colour is used. e.g. a person in the USA wRead more
There is no big difference between the words "colour" and "color". Both mean the same. however "color" is used in the US accent i.e. in the USA, color is the spelling while in British (England) and those speaking and writing British language, colour is used. e.g. a person in the USA would say, "I loRead more
on my way home is preferred not to use 'to' until and unless it's specific eg; I am on my way to my home in the case of a verb we use to eg; I am on my to work
reminder means a thing which causes someone to remember something in certain example; I have put a reminder for my medicine remainder means a part of something that is left over when other parts have been completed example; if we divide five with two the remainder is one
Time flies is the correct phrase. Fly is acting as a verb here. So, with singular noun (here time), we use -es in the end of verb (Present Indefinite Tense). In modern English, the word flys has never been used. Hence time flies is correct and time flys is incorrect.
none of them are wrong as among people is used in places where we are talking of more than two people eg; this matter should remain among the people of this town and between people is used when we are talking only for two people eg; the case was only been discussed between people like us
Here is the simple rule for making comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives. 1 syllable adjective + -er Honey is sweeter than sugar 2 syllables more + adjective Kashmir is more beautiful than Jammu 2 syllables ending in -y drop -y from adjective +-ier I am happier than him. So, we use fresRead more
Go break some eggs - meaning - Some time to complete the task one has to go to some unpleasant things. One can say t- You cannot make an omelet without breaking eggs.