What is the Difference Between "Ad" and
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= advertisement = a picture, short film, etc. which
tells people about a product, service or job.
- "We put an ad in the newspaper."
- "He doesn't like to see ads on TV."
- "This is an ad for a new English course."
= to put something together with something else
- "Please add some sugar to the tea."
- "Do you want me to add your name to the list?"
- "Add 3 and 4, and you get 7."
In summary, an "ad" is an advertisement
and "to add" is to put
- We put an __________ in the newspaper. (ad / add)
- __________ 3 and 4, and you get 7. (Ad / Add)
- This is an __________ for a new English course. (ad / add)
- Please __________ some sugar to the tea. (ad / add)
- Do you want me to __________ your name to the list? (ad / add)
- He doesn't like to see __________ on TV. (ads / adds)
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