Notice that use is pronounced differently when it's used as a noun. Follow the link and listen to the difference.
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runs on
use something in order to work
Example: This car runs on solar energy.
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When too means as well , it's spelled with two o's. Follow the link to find out more.
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piece de resistance
the most important or striking thing in a group of things
Example: The chocolate cake was the piece de resistance of the meal.
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Here burnt is the past participle of the irregular verb burn. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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mod cons
modern conveniences; appliances that make life easier like dishwashers
Example: The new house has all the mod cons.
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