(to) “Pop Up” vs (a) “Pop-Up” – Tid-Bit

(to) “Pop Up” vs (a) “Pop-Up”

(Idiomatic Prepositional Phrasal-Verb & Phrasal-Noun)


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(to) “Pop Up” vs (a) “Pop-Up”


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“Agree” vs “Agree With”

Agree vs Agree With


There is no difference in the meaning between these two.  For, in order to “Agree”, it is necessary to do it “With” another.  Therefore, the only difference is in the usage.


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“Trembling With Fear” – Phrasal Verb

Today’s “Tid-Bit” – (to be) Trembling With Fear

This is a phrasal verb which describes what happens to a person when they are so frightened or scared by something, that they are literally shaking or “trembling“.


“Trembling With Fear”

Meaning And Usage

 

(to be) Trembling With Fear – This is a verb phrase which describes when a person is so filled with fear that they are literally trembling, shivering, or shaking…  

“When the police asked to search the car, the suspect was *trembling with fear*.  Since it was summertime and not a cold evening, that was a clear sign to them that he was hiding something.”

 

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