To Give

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This is a title for my today’s context-writing. Are you wondering what’s strange about it? I’m sure you are. And you are right to do so. Well, it sounds a bit weird for a title, doesn’t it? Out of every verbiage existing in English literary, being used but hardly enlisted as suitable titles; I have preferred to use one here out of choice and keeping in mind that a very well-known writer of English literature also preferred to so for his(Shakespeare’s)  renowned play “To Be or Not To Be.” As many know, English literature is most amazing and wonderful. We cannot find short of nouns, adjectives and verbs that befit the very occasion to express our thoughts. According to English Dictionary, the noun “gift” means something that you give to somebody- a present. And therefore, includes the action of giving. So also, according to English Dictionary, the verb “give” meaning-…

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