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    Exclamation differences

    Dear teachers,

    What's the difference between "Is there a bank near your house?" and "Is there any bank near your house?"
    Should i say "any banks"?
    And
    What's the container of a mascara?Is that ok if i say a tube of mascara?
    And
    Could you tell me the name of things for make up?Such as mascara,lipstick,nailbrush,.........?


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    Re: differences

    Quote Originally Posted by Arefeh View Post
    Dear teachers,

    What's the difference between "Is there a bank near your house?" and "Is there any bank near your house?" No real difference - either is correct.
    Should i say "any banks"? "Are there any banks near your house" is also correct.
    And
    What's the container of a mascara?Is that ok if i say a tube of mascara? Generally called a mascara wand.
    And
    Could you tell me the name of things for make up?Such as mascara,lipstick,nailbrush,.........? Eye-shadow; Foundation; powder; lip gloss; blusher; nail varnish.

    Clinique : Makeup
    Cosmetics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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