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The opposite of “opposition,” and its definition

The opposite of “opposition,” and its definition

Words that can be described as the opposite of opposition include agreement, yielding, acquiescence, apposition, retreat, surrender, sympathy, compatibility, team, accord, affection, agreement, harmony, obedience.

Danny Hale
Danny Hale
Which is correct
LiveXP tutor’s review from Zoran Žikić

LiveXP tutor’s review from Zoran Žikić

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Zoran Žikić
Zoran Žikić
LiveXP Review
How do you use the expression “greatly appreciated”?

How do you use the expression “greatly appreciated”?

You’ve probably seen the phrase “greatly/highly appreciated” in written forms of communication. It can be a tricky expression for non-native speakers to grasp as it appears not to be complete on its own.

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
Idioms & expressions
LiveXP tutor’s review from MrsV

LiveXP tutor’s review from MrsV

To be honest, it took me some effort to get out of my comfort zone and start offering lessons on LiveXP, but I found this decision to be the biggest catalyzer in my teaching career.

MrsV
MrsV
LiveXP Review
Is it correct to say “funnier” or “more funny?”

Is it correct to say “funnier” or “more funny?”

Sometimes the comparative is built into the word itself, and other times it is paired with “more” or “less.” Unlike the term fun, which is a noun in and of itself and is almost always reserved for use with “more” or “less.”

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
English
What is the meaning of “on tap?”

What is the meaning of “on tap?”

The phrase “on tap” has migrated out from its business of origin into the general English lexicon over the course of decades. What “on tap” means at a bar is slightly different to how it is used in everyday conversation, but the essence remains.

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
English
A unique or an unique?

A unique or an unique?

The ideal rule is that “a” should be used before words with consonant sounds at the beginning and “an” before words with vowel sounds at the beginning.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
The definition of a rhetorical question

The definition of a rhetorical question

A rhetorical question is a question that doesn’t expect an answer. It’s a figure of speech that usually comes as a question to emphasize a point, rather than to elicit a response.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
English
Cecilia Gigliotti

I have extensive experience writing in a variety of genres, from literary novels to music reviews to academic articles. I appreciate the power of words.

Geoffrey Mutie

My name is Geoffrey! I am constantly looking for new ways to improve my writing skills and my interpersonal skills, which in my opinion help a person be professional.

Peter Otieno

I have a bachelor's degree in Economics and Statistics and am currently a top-rated copywriter. I have specialized in website content, articles, show notes, blog, and social media management.