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Easily Confused Words

Easily Confused Words

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EASILYCONFUSEDWORDS
1º BTO
 
 
ALL
All (of)+ determiner+noun
 Julie spent theall the week at home
 All 
isn’t used before
a/an’.
 
She’s eaten all a loaf****
With uncountable nouns
I’ve drunk all the milk 
WHOLE
The+ whole + noun
 Julie spent the whole week at homeShe’s eatenthe whole loaf.
The whole of / The whole
 All my life
.................
...............
Both can be used with singular nouns to mean ‘
complete’, ‘every part of 
’.
 
 
REMEMBER
to have sth in your mind from the past: remember (sth)
I remember seeing her at Jo's house.
to bring a past event back into your mind: remember (sth),think* of sth
, recall (sth)I'm trying to remember where I put my umbrella.
REMIND
to cause sb to remember sb/sth: remind sb of sb/sth
You remind me of my father 
to say sth to help a person remember to do sth:
remind sbremind sb(of/about sth), remind sb to do sth(of/about sth), remind sb to do sthI'm glad you reminded me about the meetingRemind me to phone Mary 

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