Interwoven vs. Intervention vs.Interference? What are the differences between intervention, interference and interwoven?
Jul 8, 2019 11:24 PM
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Interwoven is an adjective. - verb is interweave It is not at all related to the other two. From Cambridge Dictionary to put together or combine two or more things so that they cannot be separated easily: sample sentence: The author skillfully interweaves fiction and history in her novel. Intervention and interference are nouns. respective verbs are :intervene and interfere Intervene -- to become involved intentionally in a difficult situation in order to change it or improve it, or prevent it from getting worse: interfere - to involve yourself in matters connected with other people without being asked or needed: I suggest looking up words in a dictionary for English learners, either the Cambridge or the Longman. They will both give you easy-to-understand definitions and good sample sentences.
July 9, 2019
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