They are both very similar and can be used interchangeably. For certain sentences one may sound better than the other and that is the only distinction between them. You can use whichever one you think sounds better.
"The boy was soaked after playing in the rain."
"The rag was drenched in gasoline after he used it to clean the lawn mower."
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Has difficulty understanding even short answers in this language.
Can ask simple questions and can understand simple answers.
Can ask all types of general questions and can understand longer answers.
Can understand long, complex answers.
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