3 responses

  1. Jenny
    January 21, 2019

    I still don’t have clear this difference.
    Is you say when we are not sure which word to use, use under, but when talking about position por things you say below.
    I’m trying to use this words in a preposition of place, for me is under when both surfaces touch themselves, under the cover and below when there’s a minimal distance between surfaces, but what about under the table, there is a distance because the table between. I’m getting crazy heeeeelp pleeeeeaaaaaee


  2. Daniel
    June 24, 2019

    How is the golfer not feeling well when playing below par? I thought using less strokes is considered to be better in golf.

    Best regards


  3. Smita
    September 24, 2020

    just one query that you give long differences which is hard to understand like ‘There is very little difference between under and below. They are both prepositions meaning something is lower or less than something else. Generally under is used more widely than below and if there is some concern as to which word to use the safe choice is under.’ please fix this problem


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