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Either vs Any

Either means one or the other of two. Either is followed by a singular noun.

Either can't be used for numbers greater than two, instead, we use any.

Structures after Wish

Wish + Wouldn / Wouldn't

We use wish + person /thing + would to talk about things we want to happen, or stop happening because they annoy us.

Especially vs Specially


It is used to say that something applies more to one thing than to others.

Travel vs Trip vs Journey

• Travel can be used as a noun and as a verb.

• As a noun it is an uncountable noun and it is commonly used as a part of compound nouns.

OUT + Verb

The prefix out can be added to many verbs, especially action verbs, to mean "more or greater than".