- I dont care what happens.
- ‘You have put on a lot of weight.’ ‘I dont care.’
- She never cared about her appearance.
- I dont care about your opinion.
- I dont care how much it costs. (NOT I dont care about how much it costs.)
- I dont care whether it rains or not. (NOT I dont care about whether it ---)
Couldnt care less
I couldnt care less means I dont care at all.
- ‘She is really upset with you.’ ‘I couldnt care less.’
Care for means have a liking for.
- I really care for you, dear. (= I am really font of you, dear.)
- Would you care for a cup of coffee? (= Would you like a cup of coffee?)
Care to can mean be willing to.
- Would you care to go for a walk?
Take care of
Take care of means look after.
- Nurses take care of sick people in hospital.
Take care means be on the watch.
- Take care when you are crossing the road.
Take care is also used as a formula when saying goodbye.
- ‘Bye Ann.’ ‘By Peter. Take care.’
Have or have got: differences
Hear or listen to?
He or she and they
Words ending in -man
At or in?
Can or could?
Go or get?
Can and be able to
Can and could
Change of tenses
Close and shut
Cloth and clothes
Come and go
Comparative and superlative
Comparatives - a common error
On the contrary
Cool down and cool off
Correct pronunciation of the
Could have + past participle
Back and Again
Bath and bathe
Beat and win
Because of, due to, owing to and on account of
Before and in front of
Begin and Start
Belong to, belong on and belong in
Below and under
Between and among
Between and during
Between and from
Big, large and great
Born and borne
Bring and take
But, though, in spite of, despite
By and with