You’ve most probably seen these three conjunctions many times. My students often ask me about their pronunciation and sometimes can’t understand that although and though mean the same but though can be used at the end of a sentence, with the same meaning; probably because it is quite different in other languages.
Hi English learners! Were you surprised when you found out that rivers don’t have coasts but banks? Well, that’s right. In today’s lesson, we will clear out the difference between beach, bank, coast, shore.
Beach, bank, coast and shore all refer to the edge of the land by a body of water. But what is the difference between these words? Are they just synonymous or do they differ in meaning? Let’s find out!
In this blog post, we will be discussing the difference between the two commonly confused words: between and among. These words are synonymous and they are both prepositions. The point is that they are often confused not only by English learners but also by native English speakers.