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accepted What is the logical difference between “to seek” and “to look for”?
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comment What is the logical difference between “to seek” and “to look for”?
@David, if verbs are synonyms, why one can't seek for something?
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comment What is the logical difference between “to seek” and “to look for”?
I didn't know that, but wouldn't use it that way either due to "gut feeling". I am still more interested in the difference between two verbs though.
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comment “Don't let's fight”
@Ron, sorry for probably repeating what you've wrote clearly, but you are really saying that most Americans will consider "Mom! Let's go to the movies!" as not a proposal for mom to go to the movies, but meaningless in this case "Mom!" and then a kind of talking-to-myself Oh God, let us go to the movies!?
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comment Logical construction of the word “forget”
I didn't know that "for" can take the form of "opposite to". Thanks.
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