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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
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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
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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
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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
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Meaning and plural of quiz

Meaning and plural of quiz

Many people ask whether quiz plural form is quiz or quizzes and if quizzes is a real word. Quiz is a noun that means a form of questioning, an eccentric, and a practical joke.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
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Definition of hunny and honey

Definition of hunny and honey

Honey refers to that sweet viscous fluid produced by bees from plants’ nectar. On the other hand, hunny is a sweet word used to refer to someone you love. It’s also used to describe attractive individuals.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
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Split past tense and other irregular verbs

Split past tense and other irregular verbs

Irregular verbs generally don’t form their simple past tense or past participle by adding “-d” or “-ed” to their stem word. They do not comply with the regular grammatical rules. “Split” is a major example.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
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How come specie is not the species singular form

How come specie is not the species singular form

The two words, “specie” and “species,” are nouns that appear to be just the same, with one being the other’s singular, but they have distinct meanings.

Geoffrey Mutie
Geoffrey Mutie
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Cecilia Gigliotti

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Geoffrey Mutie

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