A lot (much) vs. ManyEdit
A lot (much): To a very great degree or extent.
Many: A quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by ‘as’ or ‘too ’ or ‘so’ or ‘that’; amounting to a large but indefinite number.
During my last week in the apartment, I spent a lot of time watching T.V.
There were a lot of your things in my apartment.
I have many friends that speak German.
I spend so many years as a disruptive student.
How many times a week you workout?
Avenge vs. RevengeEdit
Avenge (verb): To get back at someone for a perceived wrong.
Revenge (noun): The activity of getting back at someone for a perceived wrong.
She wants to avenge the murder of her cat.
Sara wants revenge for the eaten cake.
Choose vs choseEdit
Choose: pick out, or select from a number of alternatives . Chose: past tense of choose
Examples: You need to choose one photo. Choose two of the options above.
Pepe chose coffee instead of orange juice. Sara chose the pink pen and not the black one.