What is the difference between here and there?

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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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What is the difference between IT and IS?

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 (MORE)

What is the difference between 'hear' and 'here'?

"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 (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?

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Why is your mass here on earth different from your mass on the moon?

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What is the difference between 'were' and 'was'?

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What is the difference between has and have?

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 (MORE)

What is the difference between here you are and you are here?

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

How is it different here than chacha?

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What different cultures are here in Hong Kong?

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 (MORE)

What is the difference between look at here and look here?

"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 (MORE)

What is the difference between and and an?

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 (MORE)

What is the difference between difference and different?

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.

What is the difference between its and it?

"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 (MORE)

The different between were and was?

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... (MORE)

What is different between was and were?

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, (MORE)

What is the difference between had and has?

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

What is the difference between Have had and had had?

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 (MORE)

What is the different between you or you?

"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.

What is the difference between them and they?

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 (MORE)

What is difference between has and is?

"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".

How can the temperature be different here then from the other side of your city?

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 (MORE)

What is the different between at and in and on?

'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

What is the difference between 'you have not' and 'you do not have'?

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 (MORE)

How is gravity different on the moon than here on earth?

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.

How does here differ from there?

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 (MORE)

What is the difference between what and when?

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

What are the release dates for The Here Between - 2010?

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 (MORE)