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Is there any unegligible difference between "keep trying" and "keep on trying"?
Thank you, bhai.
I think it is "ineligible", isnít it?
'Ineligible' makes no sense in that context.
LeTyan had probably heard 'The difference between A and B is negligible' so he/she thought that unegligible was the opposite.
What I understand that LeTyan thinks that the word unegligible is a synonym for significant?
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I thought he might have been trying for intelligible.
I am so flattered that my mistake sparked so many guesses.
Alright, this is the truth: I know the word "negligible" so I just thought adding "un-" at the start of it would invert its meaning(obviously wrong for this case though)
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...though it would surely need a double n.