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Along – is used to state someone or something is moving in one direction
- We like to walk along the beach.
- The city put up holiday decorations all along the street.
- There are no lights along the highway, so driving at night is dangerous.
- We like to drive along the sea.
Across – is used to state on the other side of someone or something
- My sister lives across the street.
- I have to go across the bridge to get to work.
- My brother's room is across the hall from my room.
- Do you go to school across from the park?
Ad & Add - With Audio/Voice
Advice & Advise - With Audio/Voice
As & Because With Voice/Audio
Accept & Except - With Audio/Voice
Affect & Effect - With Audio/Voice
A Few - A Little - Few - Little - With Voice/Audio