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Commonly Confused Words - Make & Do, Other, Others & Another

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Make or Do
"Make" and "do" are two verbs that are often confused by students. Their meanings are similar, but there are differences. I hope that this video will help you to see how we use "do" as a main verb, rather than as an auxiliary verb, for activities that produce no physical object, for general ideas, and in many common expressions. I hope, also, that it will show you how the verb "make", which is only ever used as a main verb and never as an auxiliarly verb, is used when we create something that you can touch and with many common expressions.
Other, others, another
An English teacher explains the differences among "other," "others," and "another."

each other or one another
An English teacher shows how to use "each other" and "one another" in sentences.
Either or Neither
Either and neither are two words that confuse even native English speakers. Both have two accepted pronunciations and both are used to talk about similar things. This video will help you to use these two words, and pronounce them correctly.

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