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    arise, rise

    What is the difference between these two verbs? When should we use arise instead of rise? Would you, please, give examples? Thank you.

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    Re: arise, rise

    Welcome to the forum Liudmyla,

    When it comes to the meanings of words, it is often a good idea to start by looking up the words in a good dictionary. If you have problems with the definitions, you can ask specific questions here.

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    Re: arise, rise

    Yes, welcome, Liudmyla.

    You gave your thread a great title, which enabled our system to find a number of Similar Threads. There they are – right underneath here.

    Rover

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