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What is the difference between PPGL and PPGI?
PPGI > Prepainted Galvanized,
PPGL > Prepainted Galvalume.
PPGL > Prepainted Galvalume.
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was is the SINGULAR past tense of the verb to be (except for you). eg I was a big baby. He was ill last year. She was a nice little girl. It was good. bu…t not you : You were my best friend before today . were is the PLURAL past tense of the verb to be (plus you singular). eg They were in America last week. You were all expected. plus you singular: You were my best friend before today. I was you were He was She was It was We were You were they were
PPGI sheet means PRE PAINTED GALVANIZED IRON SHEET used for roofing and walling purpose. This is an anti corrosive with aesthetic look
If referring to Information Technology and Information Systems, many outsiders perceive no difference. However, there is a major difference in the specific areas of concentrat…ion. Information Technology usually refers to the underlying hardware and networks used to provide data where and when necessary. Information Systems usually refers specifically to the software used to transform raw data into information from which decisions may be based.
This is a brief, non-technical answer; I'm just addressing the difference in meaning. Start with the verb to eat. I have eaten means that as of the time of the statement, my a…ction of eating is completed. The last bite may still be moving down my esophagus as I say it. "I have eaten all of my vegetables." The action is completed, or 'perfected', as of the time of the statement. I had eaten means that my action was completed at some time in the past. "At the time that Mary arrived in Paris, I had eaten all of my vegetables." The action of eating my vegetables was completed at some time in the past; I could be talking about a year ago, or any time in the past. If you have a sensitive enough ear, then this will sound very awkward: "At the time that John arrived, I have eaten all my spinach." It's a terrible clash of tenses. It's a little like saying "Yesterday, I eat my spinach." Using these tenses with the verb to have seems odd, because of the repeated word in I had had. But the same way of looking at the meanings applies. The act of 'having' whatever it is was completed at some time in the past. "By the time I was 20 I had had all of my wisdom teeth removed." Have had is in the present perfect tense. This tense indicates an action or condition that began in the past and is completed as of the present time or continues into the present. This tense is formed in the example from the simple present form of the helping verb to have, which is has or have; plus the third principal part, the past participle, of the main verb to have, which is had. Had had is in the past perfect tense. This tense indicates an action or condition that was completed by a certain time in the past. This tense is formed in the example from the simple past form of the helping verb to have, which is had; plus the third principal part, the past participle, of the main verb to have, which is had.
Can states something is able to be done. Will implies something is going to be done.
"Different from" is the correct term. "Different to" is simply a common grammatical error. Things are "different from" or "similar to".
Eg.There is a big difference between night and day / everyone dresses differently
Differ is a verb and different is an adjective.
Different is a describing word/adjective. Difference is a noun.
Pre-painted Galvanized Iron (roofing sheets normally in corrugated form)
Do is present tense, Does is past tense.
Difference is used as in " There was a difference between her schedule, and mine" Different is used as is " Her schedule was different than mine" DIFFERENCE = a noun; DIFFERE…NT = an adjective. there's no difference its a synonym.
the first account number differs in one number with the second one
It's basically the same thing, it really depends on context in which you use the word "they" or "them". "They" is used when it is the subject (e.g. they are stupid) wherea…s "them" is used as a direct object (e.g. I hate them). But, remember English is a strange language and there is almost an exception to every rule, I guarantee it.
One phrase is correct and one is not correct. no difference and not different Both phrases have the same meaning difference is a noun and different is an adjective.