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    <3> What is the difference between them?
    ①Have you ever considered going to live in another country?
    ②Have you ever considered going to live in other country?
    I wonder if they are the same or different..

    <4>What is the difference between them?
    ① It has started raining.
    ② It started raining.

    <5> what does 'Don't bother locking the door' mean?
    It means "Be sure to lock the door" or "you don't have to lock the door and it doesn't matter" ?

    Thanks

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    Re: Speech2

    ①Have you ever considered going to live in another country?
    ②Have you ever considered going to live in other country? :cross

    The word other refers to one of two choices. For example,

    Sam: Which two countries would you like to live in?
    Pat: Well, first, Canada...because it is so beautiful.
    Sam: And what's the other country you would like to live in?

    Note that, other requires a word before it, the other, my other, his other, and so on.

    <4>What is the difference between them?
    ① It has started raining. Just now.

    Ex: Look. It has started raining.

    ② It started raining. Not now. At some other time.

    Ex: It started raining when I left for work this morning.


    <5> 'Don't bother locking the door' mean?
    You don't have to lock the door and it doesn't matter

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