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  1. Unregistered
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    Hello,

    What's the difference between :

    Climb up a tree

    and

    climb up the tree

    Are they both correct?

    Another question:

    Do we say: to be conused WITH or BY something?

    Thanks a lot

    Mo


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    #2

    Re: climb

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello,

    What's the difference between :

    Climb up a tree climb up any tree

    and

    climb up the tree climb up a specific tree >> that tree over there; the tree on the corner.

    Are they both correct? Yes

    Another question:

    Do we say: to be confused WITH or BY something? He was confused by all the different instructions.

    Thanks a lot

    Mo
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    Re: climb

    You can confuse something with something else. That is when you mix them up. Example:
    I often confuse Angela with her sister because they look so much alike.

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