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#1 English has … alphabet(s).

All 26 letters of the English language are referred to collectively as the English alphabet. An alphabet is a set of letters arranged in a fixed order, so A-Z is 1 alphabet.

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#2 Which is correct?

To ‘temper justice with mercy’ is to give a lighter punishment for an offence.

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#3 Nouns are generally…

Nouns are names of everything in existence.

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#4 Give and take, push and …

When you push, you move something away from yourself; when you pull, you move it towards yourself.

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#5 ‘I’ and ‘A’ are …

‘I’ and ‘A’ are the only letters that also qualify as words.

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#6 The word ‘accept’ is a …

‘Accept’ is an action, so it’s a verb.

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#7 ‘Lend’ means to … for a short time.

You ‘lend’ things out but you ‘borrow’ when you collect them from someone else to be returned later. Read 11 words we might use incorrectly our entire lives¬†for clearer explanation.

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#8 Which is correct?

‘Anoint’ is the correct form but often incorrectly written as ‘annoint’, ‘anoinnt’, etc.

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#9 Your cousin is your …

The son or daughter of your uncle or aunt is your cousin.

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#10 ‘Litre’ is … spelling.

‘-tre’ is British, ‘-ter’ is American, e.g. litre/liter, metre/meter.

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