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The difference between Confused About and Confused With

Hello English learners! Today, I want to tackle the difference between confused about and confused with. Let’s begin with the word confused since it is in both phrases. The word confused is a verb that means to be unclear or to not be able to tell the difference between an object or an idea. For example: I find quantum physics confusing. …

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The difference between IN, ON and AT

As an English, We often see prepositions used incorrectly. This happens even to upper Intermediate level students. Don’t worry, I am here to help with that. As an English speaker, you are probably aware that there is a difference between on and at and even in. Most students roll a …

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Exclusive Rules for Preposition

At, In; বড় জায়গা বা ব্যাপক সময়ের বেলায়  in ছোট জায়গা বা নির্দিষ্ট সময়ের ক্ষেত্রে at.➟ For example: I live at Dhanmondi in Dhaka. I will go there at 1600 hrs in the evening.  In, Into; স্থিতি বোঝাতে  in গতি বোঝাতে into. ➟He is in Singapore now. The dog fell …

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Most Important Rules of Preposition with Exercise

Off-এর ব্যবহার Rule-1: নির্দিষ্ট স্থান থেকে দূরে কিংবা সময়ের ব্যবধান বোঝাতে off ব্যবহূত হয়। যেমন: (a) I called him but he ran off. (b) Summer is not far off now. Rule-2: কোনো কিছু দূরীভূত হয়েছে বোঝাতে off ব্যবহূত হয়। যেমন: (a) Take your shoes off. (b) He has had his …

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Parts of Speech: Preposition

Prepositions: The word preposition indicates positioning something before somethingelse. And in English grammar– A preposition is a word placed or positioned before a noun or a pronoun or noun equivalent to show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and other words in a sentence. Pronoun এর কাজ হচ্ছে কোন Noun, Pronoun …

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