Throw away = To get rid of something.
- We threw away the old newspaper.
Throwaway = designed to be used only once; something of small value.
- A throwaway ball pen.
- Throwaway cups and plates.
- Theirs is a throwaway culture. ( a way of life which gives little value to people and things)
Every body = each (dead) body.
- Every body was collected from the battlefield.
Everybody = everyone; each person.
- Everybody has to obey the rules without exception.
Can not – you have the freedom not to do something.
- You can not accept the charity offered.
(i.e., If you do not want it, you can decline the offer.)
Cannot is the opposite of can.
- You cannot violate the rules of the college.
- The common places in a city – airport, bus station, park, playground, etc.
Commonplace = 1) ordinary, average, cliched, unoriginal.
- Nowadays costly cars are increasingly commonplace.
- Theirs is a commonplace remark about modernity.
2) A boring remark that is used very often and does not have much meaning.
- We exchanged commonplaces about the weather during the tea-break.