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    Default Hello dear teacher , again the same piece

    Hello teachers
    These are some words which give the same meanings , ( region , district, area ) I just want to ask you here what the differences among these words in meaning and in their positions in sentences
    And the same here with these four verbs ( linked, associated , related, regarding ) they give the same meaning , I am bit confussed about them I know they differentiate in the prepositions being used with each of them
    But still donít know when to use this and when to use that
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    Default Re: Hello dear teacher , again the same piece

    please teachers ..I need some help
    any comment

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    Default Re: Hello dear teacher , again the same piece

    I'd use region for a defined area of a country, district for part of a city and area for a less official space.

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    Default Re: Hello dear teacher , again the same piece

    A region is a general area.
    "I live in the midwest region of Ohio"
    An area is slightly more specific.
    "I live in an area about 30 miles away from Columbus"
    A district is most specific.
    "I live in the Miami Trails district"

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    Default Re: Hello dear teacher , again the same piece

    thx alot teachers

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