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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123185: Vocabulary: Inclusion - exclusion - differences
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    Vocabulary: Inclusion - exclusion - differences


     

    Inclusion, exclusion ...  These ideas are quite topical. One of the most frequent causes of an inclusion (or an exclusion) is the resemblance or likeness to a "group". On the contrary, any form of difference, whatever nature it may have, can be a cause of "exclusion":  sex, the colour of the skin, age, social or cultural differences, etc. 

     

     

                                               

     

     To include sth/ sb in  Inclusive 
     All-inclusive: every service is included Service is (not) included 

     Including him

     Him included 

     Not including the cost of...                                    

     To integrate sth/ sb in  To constitute 

     To consist of stg

     To be composed of                                            

     To contain/ to hold
     A part  To be part of 
     Total  The content/ contents 
     Complete  The whole

     

                                            

                             The whole world                                                 When should you omit "that" ? 

     

     To exclude from  Exclusion 
     To except sb/ stg from                                             Except that 

     Excepted him

     Him excepted 

     To make an exception for   
     With the exception of  Without exception 
     All but him: everyone except him To omit/ an omission 
     To remove sth from To reject/ rejection 
     To isolate/ isolation 

     To separate from

     To segregate from 

     Segregation  To segregate against sb                                            

     

                                                  

                      Water fountains in the US in the 6O's.                                    To remove

     

     Resemblance/ likeness To resemble sb/sth 
     To be like sb/sth To be alike
     Similar (to) A similarity 
     Identical (to)  Identity
     An analogy The same 
     It's the same... as...  Equal
     A and B are equal A is equal to B
     Equally/ equality/ to equal  To be different from  
     To be reminiscent of  To be unlike sth/ sb
     To differentiate A from B  To differentiate between A and B                                
     To make a distinction between                                    To distinguish A from B 
     To distinguish between 

     To discriminate against

      / in favour of

                                  

     

     The contrast between  In contrast to                                                               
     To contrast stg with stg                                                 Opposite 
     As opposed to  A rival/ to rival                     
     Unrivalled  Unparalleled 

     

    COMPARISONS: 

     To make a comparison between 

     To draw a comparison between                                  

     In comparison with 
     To compare A to/ with B  Compared with/ compared to  
     Comparative literature  They have nothing in common                                    

    If necessary, go to the following links and have a look at the lessons about comparatives

    //www.anglaisfacile.com/exercices/exercice-anglais-2/exercice-anglais-100582.php

    //www.anglaisfacile.com/exercices/exercice-anglais-2/exercice-anglais-116120.php

     

    A FEW IDIOMS: 

    - They are like two peas in a pod... 

    - I can't tell one from the other...

    - Summer and winter alike...

    - He can't hold a candle to her...

    - They have nothing in common...

     

                                       

     

    Here are quite a number of words and expressions that you may, of course remember, but don't have to! I give you THE FORCE... 

     

     



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