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    Question UsingEnglish and UseEnglish

    Hi,

    What is the difference between "UsingEnglish" and "UseEnglish"?

    If this website name is "UseEnglish", is it the same as "UsingEnglish"?

    Thanks.

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    Re: UsingEnglish and UseEnglish

    To me, this question is a good one.

    Use is a verb

    How to use English punctuation marks correctly?


    Using is a gerund (V+ing) functions as a noun

    Using English punctuation marks is not very difficult.


    If this website name is "UseEnglish", is it the same as "UsingEnglish"?
    They are somewhat different, but they have one thing in common which is teaching/learning English language

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