What is the difference between here and there?
The only difference between here and there is about locality. Here is close to you. There is farther away from you. Or the "T" "t"here here.
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If referring to Information Technology and Information Systems, many outsiders perceive no difference. However, there is a major difference in the specific areas of concentration. Information Technology usually refers to the underlying hardware and networks used to provide data where and when nece…ssary. Information Systems usually refers specifically to the software used to transform raw data into information from which decisions may be based. (MORE)
You have moved to China from the US How can you use your 110v devices in the 220v electricity outlets here Is there a difference between kitchen appliances and lamps?
You will have to purchase a voltage converter that converts 220volts to 110 volts. They are fairly inexpensive. Do not try to runyour 110 volt appliances on 220 volts without a converter becauseyou will damage them and could cause a fire.
There: is generally a place Their: is plural for third person Eg. John and Sue went enjoyed their prom night together. Eg. I went to the store, but they were out of eggs there.
"Hear" refers to something that is perceived by the ear. Such as Did you hear that noise? Do you need a hearing aid? If I hear you say that one more time I'm going to... "Here" refers to a place or at some point or to present something. Such as Here you go. I told you the cookies are right over her…e. My friend here is single. Here once stood the Twin Towers. This is a stupid question (MORE)
What is the difference between 'that is why' and ' which is why eg ' You can never know what will happen on a journey ' commo here''that is why' or 'which is why' you should have a travel insurance?
There is a subtle but important difference between the use of that and which in a sentence, and it has to do primarily with relevance. Grammarians often use the terms "restrictive" and "non-restrictive" when it comes to relative clauses. A relative clause provides additional information about th…e noun it describes, but it may be considered relevant or irrelevant to the overall point of the sentence. In other words, a restrictive relative clause, which often begins with that , is usually considered essential or restrictive. Relative clauses beginning with which may contain non-essential information and would be considered non-restrictive. Or simply: Use which when it introduces a new clause in the same sentence. Use that when it begins a new sentence. Thus we say "You never know, which is why..." and we say "You never know. That is why..." (MORE)
It depends on what you mean by "here", but at any location abovesea level, aveages pressure where you live will be lower than it isat sea level. The higher up you live, the lower the aveagepressure.
It isn't. . Mass is a measure of how much matter something contains, andthat doesn't change as you travel - apart from eating, drinking,sweating, going to the toilet etc. . Weight OTOH is what you get when gravity pulls at your mass. Soif you go someplace where gravity is different than Earth's, y…ourweight will change. (MORE)
was is the SINGULAR past tense of the verb to be (except for you). eg I was a big baby. He was ill last year. She was a nice little girl. It was good. but not you : You were my best friend before today . were is the PLURAL past tense of the verb to be (plus you singul…ar). eg They were in America last week. You were all expected. plus you singular: You were my best friend before today. I was you were He was She was It was We were You were they were (MORE)
Has is the 3rd person singular present indicative of theverb to have. The third person in -s is almost all thatremains of inflection in what is the English verb. You have, he/she has. When using the present tense (with 'to have' as the main verb), orthe present perfect tense (with 'to have' as th…e auxiliary verb),'has' is used only in the third person singular - that is, when thesubject is a single entity that is not you or I: he, she, it, John,the Eiffel Tower, etc. I have a book. You have a book. She/ he/ it/ John/ the Eiffel Tower has a book. We have books. You all have books. They have books. I have never eaten chocolates. You have never eaten chocolates. She/he/it/John/the Eiffel Tower has never eaten chocolates. We have never eaten chocolates. You all have never eaten chocolates. They have never eaten chocolates. (MORE)
It depends on the sentence you use. For example, This gift is FOR Nancey. or, I'm giving this TO Nancey.
'Have' is present tense, whilst 'had' is past tense.. i.e. Today I have $10. Yesterday I had $10.
Well here you are is a reaction of a person like finding something usually like if you lost a very expensive cell phone and you finially found it u might say "oh here you are" you are here is like when some--wait nvm i dont think i know this
Iran is mainly a desert and has a bunch of highlands. It is near the Caspian sea and there are a few mountains around it. You must obviously know Canada's geography because it sounds like you like there- "here in Canada". So ya there different
2500 Miles and if you were to drive to the moon it would ytake you 250 years!(which you wouldn't have really BEEN ABLE TO MAKE!)
Here indicates place. Hear indicates sound. An easy trick to remember this is that here = t[here]
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Hong Kong is well known for being a city of "east meets west". This is well depicted in a booklet published by "Brand Hong Kong" (Information Services Department of the Hong Kong Government). Look it up! English version: www.brandhk.gov.hk/brandhk/en/pdf/This_is_HK.pdf Traditional Chinese ver…sion: www.brandhk.gov.hk/brandhk/tc/pdf/This_is_HK.pdf Simplified Chinese version: www.brandhk.gov.hk/brandhk/sc/pdf/This_is_HK.pdf (MORE)
Tausug-- Kalasahan ta kaw.. Maguindanao-- Kalinian ko seka.. Iranon-- Gababayan aken seka.. T'boli-- Bungnawa hukom..
"Different from" is the correct term. "Different to" is simply acommon grammatical error. Things are "different from" or "similarto".
"Look AT here" is for example, if you've spotted a particular point of notice on an object you want someone to see. (it isn't used that much). It would be more common to say "Look at that!" "Look here" is usually to grab someone's attention (perhaps when berating them) or make your point clear. It …can also be "Look over here" (If you've spotted something you want someone else to see, but not a paricular point). ANSWER The difference is that "look here" is correct. No one ever says "look at here." (MORE)
the difference is that the are two different meanings and the here is present tense and there is past tense.
The word 'and' is a conjunction , a word used to join words,phrases, and sentences together. Eg. There was a black cat. It sat by the fire. Or: There was a black cat AND it sat by the fire. The word 'an' is an indefinite article . The indefinite articles are 'a' and 'an', which are place before a…noun to indicate that the noun is not a specific person or thing. The indefinite article 'a' is used before a word starting with aconsonant sound. Eg. a dog, a teacher, a flower. The indefinite article 'an' is used before a word with startingwith a vowel sound. Eg. an octopus, an uncle, an orange flower. Note: The third article is the definite article 'the' placed beforea noun to indicate that it is a specific person or thing. (MORE)
Difference is used as in " There was a difference between her schedule, and mine" Different is used as is " Her schedule was different than mine" DIFFERENCE = a noun; DIFFERENT = an adjective. there's no difference its a synonym.
There is little or no difference- both are polite, formal ways to greet someone . Perhaps, "how do you do" is more formal. The polite answer to either is something like ,'Fine, thank-you -- and you ?
"It" is a nominative pronoun like I, you, we, he, she and they. It is the third person singular neuter which means you use it when you are talking about a single thing which doesn't have a sex. E.g. "It is a coffee table" "It" is also the accusitive pronoun like me, you, us, her and him. E.g. "Put …the coffee pot down on it." "Its" (never ever EVER put an apostrophe in it--that's a totally different word) is a possessive pronoun like my, your, our, hers and his. "E.g. I think you'll like this coffee table. Its legs are made of hand-lathed maple and its surface is oak, with maple inlay." The legs and surface belong to the coffee table, hence the use of the possessive pronoun. (MORE)
They are different 'bits' of the same verb, to 'be', in the past tense. It just depends on what pronoun you are using, so: Singular. 1. I was 2. You were 3. He/She/It was Plural. 1. We were 2. You were 3. They were I was going... You were going... He was going...… We were going... You were going... They were going... Hope this helps... (MORE)
Do Mexicans know the difference between a Sweet Potato and Yam As it seems impossible to get a sweet potato here in Mexico?
I am aware other tuber sweet and the vine type. I was served a very sweet potato, by A Peruvian lady. It is a little sweet and different in texture\n
Was is the past tense of 'is' while 'were' is the past tense of'are'. Was is used when just one person is involved, for example, I was wearing a jacket when it was raining , or he waswearing a hat. Were is used when more than one person is involved, for example, we were excited about Christmas, …or they were walkingdown the road. (MORE)
Had is past tense while has is present tense. Examples: . The man HAD a cookie. --> meaning he was in possession of a cookie in the past, and perhaps doesn't have one anymore . The man HAS a cookie. --> meaning he currently is in the possession of one
Can states something is able to be done. Will implies something is going to be done.
This is a brief, non-technical answer; I'm just addressing the difference in meaning. Start with the verb to eat. I have eaten means that as of the time of the statement, my action of eating is completed. The last bite may still be moving down my esophagus as I say it. "I have eaten all of my vegeta…bles." The action is completed, or 'perfected', as of the time of the statement. I had eaten means that my action was completed at some time in the past. "At the time that Mary arrived in Paris, I had eaten all of my vegetables." The action of eating my vegetables was completed at some time in the past; I could be talking about a year ago, or any time in the past. If you have a sensitive enough ear, then this will sound very awkward: "At the time that John arrived, I have eaten all my spinach." It's a terrible clash of tenses. It's a little like saying "Yesterday, I eat my spinach." Using these tenses with the verb to have seems odd, because of the repeated word in I had had. But the same way of looking at the meanings applies. The act of 'having' whatever it is was completed at some time in the past. "By the time I was 20 I had had all of my wisdom teeth removed." Have had is in the present perfect tense. This tense indicates an action or condition that began in the past and is completed as of the present time or continues into the present. This tense is formed in the example from the simple present form of the helping verb to have , which is has or have; plus the third principal part, the past participle, of the main verb to have , which is had. Had had is in the past perfect tense. This tense indicates an action or condition that was completed by a certain time in the past. This tense is formed in the example from the simple past form of the helping verb to have , which is had ; plus the third principal part, the past participle, of the main verb to have , which is had. (MORE)
"You" and "you" are not different terms. You is used at the beginning of a sentence because of the capital Y. The word you is used in the middle or end of a sentence. Q.E.D.
It's basically the same thing, it really depends on context inwhich you use the word "they" or "them". "They" is used when it isthe subject (e.g. they are stupid) whereas "them" is used as adirect object (e.g. I hate them). But, remember English is astrange language and there is almost an exception …to every rule, Iguarantee it. (MORE)
What is the difference between the two sentences you have lived here for three years and you have been living here for three years?
The difference between you have lived here for three years and you have been living here for three years is that is that the first sentence means you already lived here for three years already and the second sentence means that you been living here for three years.
Have is something you might get. And do is something like you will like it or something like that.
"Has" is the third person present tense of the verb "to have", and "is" is the third person present tense of the verb "to be". Examples for have/has: "I have an idea" and "he has an idea". Examples for be/is: "I am a good student" and "she is a good student".
Because of the equator line, the equator line shows North East South West. the top half of the equator is north and eat, the bottom half is south and west. the top half is hot and the bottom is cold. but it all matters on the weather some times the equator line gets moved because of the amount of wi…nd and that's what causes earthquakes. so there's your answer. from harmony plues 26 yirra crescent rose berry Darwin Australia (MORE)
HAS = it's a 3rd person form (in the singular) - when the Subject is a singular noun or HE, SHE, IT, THIS, THAT, MINE, YOURS etc. HAVE = for the rest of the persons.
'At' is for general places: at the shop, at my house, at your party 'In' is for something that has space: in the room, in the car, in the box 'On' is for something that you can put at the top: on the table, on the ground
One phrase is correct and one is not correct. no difference and not different Both phrases have the same meaning difference is a noun and different is an adjective.
Did means you have done that already, do means you'll do it later or now it depens what the sentace is though.
There are alot of differances to here and the rainforest, 1. The rainforest is more hot, 2. All the animals have sex every 10minutes and 3. The Animals are NOT Humans ;) - Scott123123
The difference is that generally - but not always - in the construction "you have not" the word HAVE serves as an auxiliary, not as the main verb, whereas in the construction "you do not have" the word HAVE is always the main verb. For example You have not eaten your broccoli so you do not have a cl…ean plate. (MORE)
The gravity on the moon is a lot lower than that on Earth, around 1/6th of the strength. This is down to the smaller mass of the moon, the smaller size and the lower mass of the moon means that its gravitational field is lower. An objects gravitational field strength is related to its overall mass.
The word here refers to the location where you are, at the time you use that word. I am here, in Toronto. The word there refers to some other location than here. So, I am here, but you are over there, in Los Angeles. We are separated by a considerable distance. But who knows, perhaps someday you wil…l come here, or I will go there, so we can meet. (MORE)
What is asking about something -- what is your name When is asking about time date -- when were you born I have left the question marks(?) off the questions because Wiki answers doesn't like answers with questions
deposit mail is to put it in and collect mail is to take it out.
The cast of Between Here and There - 2013 includes: Daniel Feulner as Boy Carlton Tanis as Henry Brown
Somewhere Between Here and There - 2008 was released on: USA: 2008 (Hamilton) Canada: April 2008
The Here Between - 2010 was released on: USA: 7 October 2010 (Mid-Atlantic Black Film Festival) USA: 26 February 2011 (Texas Black Film Festival) France: 18 May 2011 (Cannes Film Festival) USA: 30 May 2011 (New York International Film and Video Festival) USA: 18 June 2011 (San Francisco B…lack Film Festival) (MORE)