The word inquire means “to probe” or “to conduct a formal enquiry.” The word enquire, on the other hand, is used in the meaning of “ask” or “query.” The fundamental distinction between the two words is this.
While “capital” is the most often used word with numerous connotations, “capitol” has only one meaning and is thus simple to remember.
The only difference between the words looking at them is just the “i” and the “e.” These two terms, however, are not interchangeable. They have completely different meanings.
When an utterance has the tone of a request, an exclamation mark is used. It corresponds to a final emphasis in a comparatively high register. The exclamation point indicates a strong emotion or emphasis.
To avoid misunderstanding while writing, it is better to use alternative words instead of “thank you in advance” especially in formal emails as the recipient might misinterpret it to sound like “I expect you to do this.”
“Who” is used as the “subject” of a sentence or clause to express who is doing something (like “he” or “she”). “Whom,” on the contrary, is employed as a verb or preposition’s direct or indirect object.