1. all vs whole - what’s the difference? How to use these two?

    all vs whole - what’s the difference? How to use these two?

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  2. Visit http://www.ieltsexamstips.com/2014/07/ielts-grammar-lesson-on-reflexive.html to know more about reflexive pronouns.

    Visit http://www.ieltsexamstips.com/2014/07/ielts-grammar-lesson-on-reflexive.html to know more about reflexive pronouns.

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  3. ieltsvocabulary:

sporadic - happening often but not regularlyFor example: They hear sporadic noises somewhere in the attic.more IELTS tips can be found at http://goo.gl/9PszvT

    ieltsvocabulary:

    sporadic - happening often but not regularly

    For example: They hear sporadic noises somewhere in the attic.

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  4. ieltsvocabulary:

Agitate (verb) – to disturb, excite or anger (someone)For example: Agitated with the sudden movement, the school of fish swam away from the divers.more IELTS tips can be found at http://goo.gl/9PszvT

    ieltsvocabulary:

    Agitate (verb) – to disturb, excite or anger (someone)

    For example: Agitated with the sudden movement, the school of fish swam away from the divers.

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  5. What’s the difference between who and that?
Who - refers to a particular personFor example: The woman who found the lost puppy got the reward.That - refers to a nonhuman objectFor example: The organization that raised the most money for charity was honored at a banquet.

    What’s the difference between who and that?


    Who - refers to a particular person

    For example: The woman who found the lost puppy got the reward.

    That - refers to a nonhuman object

    For example: The organization that raised the most money for charity was honored at a banquet.

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  6. What’s the difference between subsequent and consequent?
Subsequent - means afterFor example: He got promoted and subsequently transferred to a bigger house.Consequent - means as a result ofFor example: He got promoted and have a lesser leisure time as a consequence.

    What’s the difference between subsequent and consequent?


    Subsequent - means after

    For example: He got promoted and subsequently transferred to a bigger house.

    Consequent - means as a result of

    For example: He got promoted and have a lesser leisure time as a consequence.

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  7. What’s the difference between “flare” and “flair”?
Flare - a sudden blazeFor example: The fire flared up when the fuel was added.Flair - a natural talentFor example: We want a choreographer with a real flair for dancing.

    What’s the difference between “flare” and “flair”?


    Flare - a sudden blaze

    For example: The fire flared up when the fuel was added.

    Flair - a natural talent

    For example: We want a choreographer with a real flair for dancing.

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  8. What’s the difference between “farther” and “further”?Farther - is always used for distance.For example: How much farther is the amusement park?Further - (think furthermore) implies a metaphorical advancementFor example: Further topics will be covered next week.

    What’s the difference between “farther” and “further”?

    Farther - is always used for distance.

    For example: How much farther is the amusement park?

    Further - (think furthermore) implies a metaphorical advancement

    For example: Further topics will be covered next week.

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