You can use else after words such as when, where and what. For example, if you ask "What else did you read?, you are asking what other things somebody read, besides the things that they already mentioned.
else with wh-words However, don't use else after which.
In conversation, you use end up to say what happens to someone at the end of a series of events. You can say that someone ends up in a place, that they end up with something, or that they end up doing something. Don't use end up in formal writing.
Every and all do not have the same meaning when they are used with expressions of time. For example, if you do something every morning, you do it regularly each morning. If you do something all morning, you spend the whole of one morning doing it.
The everyday problems of living in the city. Computers are a central part of everyday life.
You use apologize to talk about the act of saying sorry, if you want to tell someone that you are unhappy or ashamed about something you have done that has hurt them, you say "I'm sorry" or I apologize.
It is clear that a serious problem exists. They walked through my bedroom as if I didn't exist.