زبان اسوه علم
Learning Every Thing In The Domain Of Language
1 Grow and Grow up.
Don't say: These flowers grow up very quickly.
Say: These flowers grow very quickly.
(b) Grow up.
Don't say: When I grow I'll be a doctor.
Say: When I grow up I'll be a doctor.
To grow means to become bigger and to grow up means to become an adult.
2 Wear and Put on.
Don't say: Kathy always puts on black shoes.
Say: Kathy wears black shoes.
(b) Put on.
Don't say: I wear my clothes in the morning.
Say: I put on my clothes in the morning.
Wear means to have upon the body as a garment or as an ornament. To put on denotes a simple act.
3 Made from and Made of.
(a) Made from.
Don't say: The bowl is made of glass.
Say: The bowl is made from glass.
(b) Made of.
Don't say: The statue is made from marble.
Say: The statue is made of marble.
We usually use of when you can still recognize the original material. We use from when the original materials are unrecognizable. In most cases either is possible.
OK buddies, wanna add any kinda good examples? Have you ever faced to a person using such verbs interchangeably?
Please tell us about it!
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