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Common Mistake With the Adverb Almost

Learn how to avoid making mistakes with the adverb 'almost'.

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The adverb "almost" is a very useful word in English that we use to talk about things that are very close to happening or being true, but not quite. It helps us express the idea of something being very near to completion or achievement.

"Almost" can be used to describe different aspects such as time, quantity, and degree. It gives us a sense of approximation, indicating that something is very close to happening or being true, but there is still a small difference or gap remaining.

Let's look at a few examples to understand how "almost" works in sentences:

- "I almost finished my homework." - This means that the person came very close to completing their homework but didn't quite finish it. They were almost done, but not completely.

- "She almost caught the train." - In this sentence, it suggests that the person was very close to catching the train but missed it by a small margin. They nearly succeeded, but not quite.

- "He almost won the game." - Here, it means that the person was very close to winning the game but fell short. They came very close to achieving victory but were not successful.

In all these examples, "almost" is used to show that something is very near to happening, being achieved, or being true, but there is a slight difference or obstacle that prevents it from being fully realized.


• Precede
To come before or go in front of something.

• Actually
In reality or factually true.

• Mistake
An error or incorrect action.

• Close
Near or proximity to something.

• Completion
Reaching the end or finishing something.

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