anywhere: in, at, or to any place
I think that we can drive anywhere in this county. anywheres: This word does not exist in the English language.
as: (conjunction that starts a subordinate clause); (adverb) to the same
degree, equally. (As is also a preposition.)
Rex is already as tall as his dad. like: (preposition) similar to; resembling in some manner. (Like is also
an adjective, a verb, and an adverb.)
He is much like his brother when it comes to helping others.
beside: (preposition) by or at the side of; alongside
Would you be willing to sit beside my sister and me at the graduation
ceremony? besides: (adverb) in addition; as well Besides those math problems, what other homework do you have
bring: (verb) to move something to a place Bring the boxes back to the table.
take: (verb) to move something away from a place Take the boxes to that table.
borrow: (verb) to take or receive from another on the provision that it
will be returned
May I borrow some money for a few days? lend: (verb) to let another use or have
Could you please lend me a few dollars for the weekend?
The antioxidants lower the amount of impurities that the system can take in. The harmful free radicals are suppressed and thus any form of pollution from the environment is taken care of by consuming apricots. Asthma is a disorder of the lungs which is marked by weak lungs and the inability to breathe well.