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  1. What is the difference between "care for" and "care about"? We say : I care about your health or I care for your health?
  2. What are the name for those punctuation: *, ^, &, ~,`, _, - ?
  3. What is the difference between measure and measurement?
  4. Supposed you are an Asian American who wants to have your family come and live in the US because they are still stuck in their country. Thus, you have to do some paperwork. What is the verb for that action?
Sorry if it is a bit too much but I'm really busy so....

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Belly
  1. What is the difference between "care for" and "care about"? We say : I care about your health or I care for your health?
Care for means to take care of someone or something: When I'm away, my friend cares for my cat.
Care about means to be concerned about. I care about world hunger.
  1. What are the name for those punctuation: *, ^, &, ~,`, _, - ? >> asterisk, caret, ampersand, tilde, apostrophe (single quote), underscore, hyphen (minus sign), question mark, left parenthesis
  2. What is the difference between measure and measurement? >> Measure is a verb, measurement is not.
  3. Supposed you are an Asian American who wants to have your family come and live in the US because they are still stuck in their country. Thus, you have to do some paperwork. What is the verb for that action? It depends on the process. "applying for visas / entry permit", "making an application",

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Belly What is the difference between "care for" and "care about"? We say : I care about your health or I care for your health? In the first, I'm concerned about it; in the second, I provide it - could be I pay for it, or could be I do the work, or some of it.
  1. What are the name for those punctuation: *, ^, &, ~,`, _, - ? asterisk, caret, ampersand, til, don't remember (ascii 96), underscore, hyphen, question mark (I know this is sloppy, but I'm busy too.)
  2. What is the difference between measure and measurement? The first is a verb and a noun; the second is only a noun.
  3. Supposed you are an Asian American who wants to have your family come and live in the US because they are still stuck in their country. Thus, you have to do some paperwork. What is the verb for that action? Apply? Fill out some paperwork (compound verb)?
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Belly"care for" and "care about"
The doctors and nurses care for you. They take care of you. For example, they take your temperature, give you extra pillows, prescribe medications, and so on.
Your friends, hearing that you are ill, express their concern because they care about you. They worry about you. They don't want any harm to come to you because they care about you. They offer to help you because they care about you.
* asterisk ^ circumflex & ampersand ~ tilde _ underline - hyphen
measure is a verb; measurement is a noun; but measure can also be used as a noun.
do some paperwork? verb? I don't know what you're looking for. Just say you have to do some paperwork.
CJ
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