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    difference between alleged and accused

    Dear teacher ,

    Would you be kind enough telling me what is the difference between alleged and accused and their use in english language. I am confused.

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    Bikash Ghising

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    Re: diffn between alleged and accused

    Try looking the words up in one or more of the dictionaries at www.onelook.com. Come back here if you have a problem with any of the definitions.

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    Re: difference between alleged and accused

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghisingbikash View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough telling to tell me what is the difference between "alleged" and "accused" and their use in the English language. I am confused.

    Sincerely ,
    Bikash Ghising
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    Note my corrections above. Remember to capitalise proper nouns, such as the names of languages. Make the words you are querying stand out in some way - you can enclose them in quotation marks (as I have done) or put them in italics or in bold.

    I have amended your thread title - "diffr" does not exist, it's "difference".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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