- 1 Post By jlinger
I need an answer ,please!
I need to know ,what is the difference between
1-(give up) and (give in )
2-I,ll never forget meeting the president. and
I,ll always remember meeting the president.
3-I always forget to turn off the lights. and
I always remember to turn off the lights.
Re: I need an answer ,please!
1. One gives up after a struggle, or surrenders something of substance. Or, in an imperative, it means stop fighting:
One gives in to an argument or persuasion.
I give up! I can't stand the noise any longer. I'm moving out!
I would give up my company pension if I could find self-employment in my vocation.
Give it up, already! I've heard enough of your bellyaching about the noise and your job.
You're right. I've been foolish. I give in to your superior reasoning. Thanks for opening my eyes.
2. These mean the same things. It's I'll, however, not I,ll.
3. These are exactly opposite meanings.
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