English grammar rule I life

Word families are a group of words with a common root, such as different, difference, differential, and differentiate. Members of the “family” may be the same or different parts of speech from the others, but the meanings are closely related. However, the words are not usually interchangeable.

To determine which word from a family you need, context is important. See the examples below.

Examples of 'I life' rule

  1. Incorrect There is a different between dislike and hate.
    Correct There is a difference between dislike and hate.
    Incorrect What is so importance about always being the best?
    Correct What is so important about always being the best?
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