Anubhav Chaturvedi

Anubhav Chaturvedi

Anubhav Chaturvedi
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“Fender bender” is a little car accident. Example: - I got into a car accident today. - Oh! You didn’t get hurt did you? - No. It was just a fender bender.

“Fender bender” is a little car accident. Example: - I got into a car accident today. - Oh! You didn’t get hurt did you? - No. It was just a fender bender.

The best advice I've seen in how to distinguish among them is to use:  Assure for people.  Ensure for things.  Insure for money and guarantees.

The best advice I've seen in how to distinguish among them is to use: Assure for people. Ensure for things. Insure for money and guarantees.

Allusion vs. Illusion vs. Delusion — They all essentially refer to something that is not physically visible or present at the moment, but each word offers a slight twist on that concept.

Allusion vs. Illusion vs. Delusion — They all essentially refer to something that is not physically visible or present at the moment, but each word offers a slight twist on that concept.

Word Roots: Feeling too sleepy to study any more vocabulary? Then make sure to remember this word root and you'll be good to go on test day

Word Roots: Feeling too sleepy to study any more vocabulary? Then make sure to remember this word root and you'll be good to go on test day