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Difference Between Present and Represent?

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Created Date: Wed 17 Aug 2011

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What is the difference between Present and Represent?
How can I use them correctly?

 

Answer:
Present is like introducing.
For Example: "Please let me present Jone's mother, Marion Smith."

Represent = acting on someone's behalf or with their authority
For Example: The ambassador represents his country at official functions.


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