Common Errors in English Test: Know Now No
Common esl spelling mistakes and confusing words in English language.
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Now - at the present time or moment.
No - negative reply, refusal or disagreement.
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It was discovered in Eighteen-Eighty, but until now^, its shape and size were not known.|It is now^ known as the United States Golf Association.|He said doctors now^ have the knowledge and treatments to prevent or cure the most serious diseases.|People now^ known as the Anasazi lived in the settlement about eight-hundred years ago.|Scientists know^, however, that the surface of the Earth is not as permanent as had been thought.|Well, no^ one really knows.|No^ one knows who wrote the poem first.|Men's Fitness magazine now^ says Philadelphia is no longer the fattest city in America.|No^ one really knows how many Americans use the World Wide Web part of the Internet.|No medicine or treatment now^ exists for the disease.|The scientists say the animals now are showing no^ signs of the disease.|Although scientists have discovered signs of its gravity, no one has been able to see dark matter - until now^.|No^ other bucardos are known to exist.|The judge said, "The Emperor has hurt no one that I know^ of".|Researchers do not know^ how it is spread.|Would people want to know^ if they are infected with the disease so many years before they would become sick?|At the time, military officials did not know^ about the harmful effects of the chemical.|Researchers do not know^ why tsetse flies carry the disease in Africa, but not in other parts of the world.|They know^ that about seven-thousand people from more than twenty countries lived there.|Neither the scientists or the people involved know^ who is getting what.|And they advise parents to discuss what the camp will be like and what campers will need to know^.|The person may not even know^ the problem is developing.|Experts say it is important to know^ the danger signs of each of the medical disorders linked to hot weather.|And they say you should know^ what to do if the signs appear.|And, scientists do not know^ if adult stem cells have the ability to become cells of any kind of organ or tissue.|They also do not know^ if the cancers will develop resistance to the drugs.|They say they will know^ more about this asteroid in the future as they continue to study its orbit.|NASA experts say their major concern is the asteroids and comets they do not know^ about.|They'd banish us, you know^.|Yet one writer says part of the joy of studying Emily Dickinson is what we cannot know^.|What we do know^ is her poetry.|He said they are very excited to know^ that Pioneer Ten still can communicate with Earth.|Kim does not know^ that Chris has married an American woman named Ellen.|At first, Captain Hudson did not know^ that the water he entered was a river.|The researchers do not know^ how long the vaccine will remain effective in the animals.|The words and music we know^ today first appeared in a songbook three years later.|That is because in the past many people did not want anyone to know^ they were wearing a hearing aid.|The election was held November Seventh, but Americans did not know^ who was elected president until December Thirteenth.|Doctors do not know^ all the causes of cancer.|But they do know^ some of them.|Now^, scientists at the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture in Ibadan, Nigeria believe they have a better answer.|Mr. Berman says that until now^ only pieces of the ancient reptile had been discovered.|Then, as now^, they also welcomed foreign leaders.|The earlier Central Asian arrivals apparently settled in what is now^ Spain.|Fire ants are now^ found on one-hundred-twenty-five million hectares of land in the southern United States.|The Communists now^ control Vietnam.|Most E-U members now^ permit sales of British beef.|In Sixteen-Sixty-Four, five English warships stopped at Fort Amsterdam, which is now^ called New Amsterdam.|As a result, researchers now^ say that putting them in public places may save even more lives.|Now^ you must test how fast the water sinks into the soil.|Now^ attach a connection pipe from the toilet to the pit.|Generally, about one-half of all cancer patients now^ survive for at least five years after medical treatment.|Now^ a series of six huge dams in the middle area of the river control the flow of the Missouri.|Many doctors who serve in the camp were born in Kutch and now^ are living in the United States.|One of the organizers of the camp grew up in Kutch and now^ lives in the American state of California.|The area is now^ smooth, dry and hard.|The number of malaria cases in the country is now^ dropping.|But some of the same stocks now^ are falling to record-low levels.|Now^, the researchers successfully used the cells to produce an exact copy of the animal.|The devices are being built now^ and will make the long space flight in Two-Thousand-Three.|If you have a computer, you can now^ see Jupiter on the World Wide Web.|Galileo is now^ moving close to Jupiter again.|That language is no^ longer spoken.|As time passed, the ruling Normans no^ longer spoke true French.|No^ one was hurt in the action.|The navy argues that there is no^ other place like Vieques for training.|There is no^ cure for polio, so the best treatment is prevention.|It has no^ lactose, harmful cholesterol or saturated fats.|There is almost no^ crime in Amish communities.|There is no^ problem with alcohol.|There is no^ violence in families.|No^ marriages end in divorce.|