How do you differentiate between 'out of context' and 'reading between the lines'?
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We are very much familiar with these words - 'out of context' and 'reading between the lines'. "I have been quoted out of context" is a sentence usually pronounced by many politicians and sometimes they may be true. Even some of us would try to contest some comments in the ISC Forum by saying the same thing while explaining our stand.
On the other hand, the words 'Reading in between the lines' are also correlated to one's intended opinion while expressing his thoughts but there are chances of denying the same saying that he is quoted out of context. What is your say on using those two duo in our English language and expression of thought? Would be nice, if you could explain with a good example.