Learn the difference between alone and lonely in English through Hindi. Learn the meaning of English vocabulary words alone vs. lonely in Hindi and Urdu. Ifactner uses both the words in different sentences of present simple tense, past simple tense and future simple tense. This is an English vocabulary words with meaning in Hindi video tutorial lesson of Confusing words in English series. We learn the tricky words in English which not only confuse the non native speakers but also the native speakers. People from India and Pakistan who understand Hindi and Urdu can learn English speaking, meaning of difficult English vocabulary words and get grammar tips and tricks in these lessons.
Ifactner also makes daily use English sentences in present simple tense, past simple tense and future indefinite tenses to differentiate between all ready and already in this fast and easy English vocabulary lesson.
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This video aims at teaching English to the beginners as well as students who are preparing for Bank PO, SSC CGL, TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT exams. Improving your English vocabulary and learning the difference of most confusing words is the first step towards improving your English spoken and writing skills. Ifactner has given the Hindi and Urdu translation of all the words and sentences to help you to easily understand and memorize the English phrases.
The difference between alone and lonely as explained in this Learn English in Urdu video tutorial is as follows:
Alone: Alone is used as an adjective or adverb. Alone means on your own or without other people. An example sentence of alone is : She likes working alone.
Lonely: Lonely is used as an adjective. Lonely means unhappy because there is nobody else with you, For example : She feels lonely and sad.
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