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    Ana laura Guest

    beware or be aware?

    hello,

    Could you tell me the difference between them?

    Thank you.!

    Ani.

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    Re: beware or be aware?

    Hello Ana Laura.

    [1] You should beware the dog. (be cautious; be aware of danger)
    [2] You should be aware of the dog. (know about, be informed, be knowledgeable about)

    Hope that helps.

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