We can use the word anyway when we are talking about two things that don’t usually happen together.
If you avoid something, it means that you don’t go near it.
If you bite something, it means that you cut something with your teeth, usually because you want to eat it.
If something is clear, it means that you can see through it.
The dark is when there is no light—for example, at night.
If you can do something, it means that it is possible for you to do it.
We use the word from to talk about the place where something starts—for example a journey.
The cost of something is how much money you have to pay for it.
If something depends on something, it means that if one thing changes, the other thing will change too.
If two things or people are different, it means that they aren’t the same.