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10. Redundant Phrases

Over a time we have got used to using adjectives and phrases with the words which already contain those adjectives and phrases in their meaning. For example ‘certain’ means ‘very sure’, so ‘absolutely certain’ would mean ‘very very sure’. All such words /phrases which are redundant are given below in italic and underlined. 1. Absolutely certain or sure/essential/guaranteed 2. Actual experience/fact

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