Grammar

Got vs Have

Got vs Have
The verb ‘have’ commonly refers to “to possess, or own”, while the word ‘got’ is a past tense of ‘get’.’Get’ refers to ‘obtain, posses or go after.”

Affect vs Effect

Affect vs Effect
The main difference between “affect” and “effect,” is the fact that in most cases “affect” is used as a verb, whereas, “effect” is used as a noun. “Affect” means to have an influence on something. “Effect,” on...

Do vs Does

Do vs Does
Both ‘do’ and ‘does’ are conjugations of the verb, ‘to do’. ‘Do’ is used in the first and second person singular and plural and third person plural. ‘Does’ is used in third person singular.

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