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    #1

    What's the difference?

    Hello!
    Could you, please, explain the difference between these two phrases:

    to cause somebody to do something
    to prompt somebody to do something.

    And do we need the in this sentence: This searching can last all the life.

    Yours,

    vectra


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    #2

    Re: What's the difference?

    hi man

    Also

    What's the difference between

    1- Waleed alwayes cames on time

    2- Waleed has alwayes came on time


    waleed


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    #3

    Re: What's the difference?

    Cause S.O to do ST:this is command and must finish it.
    Prompt S.O to do ST:this is advice that should do it and finish it as soon as possible.

    I hope you feel clear with my answer.


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    Re: What's the difference?

    and my ask

    What's the difference between

    1- Waleed alwayes cames on time

    2- Waleed has alwayes came on time

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