verbs definition and types

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 3. Phonics words
Chapter 3
Effect versus affect
           
Effect
Noun
Affect
Verb
Example:-
Ø  His actions affect me strangely.
Ø  How does the weather affect your business?
Ø  Prices will be adversely affected by declining.
Ø  The effect of the war was widespread.
Ø  What effect does education have on the mind?
Continuous versus continual
            Continual refers only to time, and indicates a series of successive actions. On other hand, continuous, implies unbrokenuninterrupted movement.
Example:-
Ø  A continual application of hot packs, three or four every hour for two days, will alleviate your congested condition.
Ø  Her continual criticism of his work whenever he brought his manuscripts home, completely demoralized him.
Ø  The rain came down continuously; not for five minutes did the storm abate.
Ø  Not a sound broke stillness; the continuous silence was unnerving.
                                                                      Chapter 4                    
Let Vs. Leave
Let
To allow
Leave
To depart
Example:-
Ø  Let me go.
Ø  Leave me alone.
Chapter 5
Principal vs. Principle           
Principal
Adj.
Head of department
Principle
Only noun
Rule about some thing

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