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no

📝 Description
"No" is a word in English language. It's primarily used as an adverb or determiner to express negative response or refusal. It can also be used as a noun or an exclamation. From a linguistic perspective, it's a negative particle in English syntax. It originated from Old English "nā", meaning "not at all".
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"No problem, I can easily get that done for you."
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"I" is a pronoun used in English language. It's first person singular, used by a speaker to refer to themselves. "I" is always capitalized, regardless of its position in a sentence. It can be a subject, an object, or a complement in a sentence. It's also used in reflexive form as "myself".
📝 Example Sentence
"I enjoy reading books and walking in the park during autumn."
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do

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"Do" is an auxiliary verb in English, often used in questions, negations, and emphatic expressions. It can also be a main verb indicating action or task completion. As an auxiliary verb, it helps form interrogative and negative sentences. It's one of the most versatile words in English language.
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"Do you know that doing simple tasks daily can make a big difference in life?"
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📝 Description
"Not" is an adverb used in English language to negate the meaning of the verb or clause that it modifies. It forms the structure of negative sentences or phrases. It is derived from Old English "nāwiht," meaning "nothing."
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"Not all those who wander are lost."
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want

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"Want" is a verb in English. Derived from Old Norse 'vanta', it primarily expresses a desire or need for something or someone. It can also mean lack or be in need of. Example: I want a cup of tea. Here, it signifies the speaker's desire for tea.
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"Everyone wants to be happy, but not all know what truly brings happiness."
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