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    hello everyone , my question concerns the difference between the adverbs "below" and "under" .i want to know whats the exact difference between both of them and the use of them and what i more appropriate to say , the dog is under the table or below the table
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    Re: grammar

    They're often used in much the same way, so it can be tricky to give an exact difference. For example, we tend to use under with numbers (under 18), when something is covered or hidden (the rains left the streets under a metre of water). With your example, I'd use under.

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