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"Still lie the sheltering snows, undimmed and white;
And reigns the winter's pregnant silence still;
No sign of spring, save that the catkins fill,
And willow stems grow daily red and bright.
These are days when ancients held a rite
Of expiation for the old year's ill,
And prayer to purify the new year's will."
Helen Hunt Jackson, A Calendar of Sonnet's: February
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What are the differences between "relate to" and "related to"?

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  • ZomZom Shadok Posts: 2,853 ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    According to the Cambridge dictionnary

    relate to something is a phrasal verb that means to understand a situation or someone's feelings because you have experienced a similar situation or similar feelings.
    --> Why doesn't she want to go on holiday? I can't relate to that.
    --> I can relate to your problems. I had difficulty finding somewhere to live when I first moved here.
    http://dictionary.cambridge.org/fr/dictionnaire/anglais/relate-to-sth?q=relate+to

    related is an adjective meaning either connected or being part of the same family.
    --> Experts believe that the large number of cancer cases in the area are directly related to the new nuclear power station.
    --> Jim and I are related by marriage.
    http://dictionary.cambridge.org/fr/dictionnaire/anglais/related
    It befits a man to be merry and glad
    Until the day of his death.
  • sazidmahmud31sazidmahmud31 Posts: 19 ✭✭
    Thank you very much
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