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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Know your English — Difference between ‘impersonate’ and ‘mimic’

What is the difference between ‘impersonate’ and ‘mimic’? (Smarti Sarang, Lucknow) Both words can be used to mean to imitate, but ‘impersonate’ is considered to be the for... »
Monday, October 13, 2014

Know your English

“Wow! These sweets are great. Where did you get them?”“My friend Sunil went to Nagpur to attend a wedding. He got them from there.”“Sunil? Isn’t he the chap who helped you pass the ch... »
Monday, October 6, 2014

Know your English — What is the difference between ‘café’ and ‘cafeteria’?

What is the difference between ‘café’ and ‘cafeteria’? (J. Damini, Bangalore) First, let us deal with the pronunciation of ‘café’. In India, some people make it rhyme with... »
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