Beside vs. Besides – Confusing English Vocabulary Lesson

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What’s the difference between beside and besides? A lot of English learners ask me that question and it’s a great question. Let’s look at how we use beside and besides in everyday English. First, read the paragraph below: There is a nice café in the building beside the building that my office is in. Besides coffee, they have some nice …

What’s The Difference Between ACCIDENT and INCIDENT – English Vocabulary Lesson

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What’s the difference between accident and incident? accident and incident are two words in English that are often confused by both English learners and native speakers. Let’s learn this vocabulary today! The word accident is a noun and an accident is when two or or more things crash into or damage each other. An accident is a physical happening. There …

What’s The Difference Between GATHER and GET TOGETHER – English Vocabulary Lesson

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What’s the difference between gather and get together? These two words are similar in English, but the way we use them is different. Let’s have a look at how to use gather and get together in everyday English conversation and writing. Gather is a person’s action. Gather means to collect things or bring things from different places to one place. …