What can I use instead of but or however?

What can I use instead of but or however?

What to Say Instead of But

  • however. /ˌhaʊˈev.ɚ/ The word however is most often used to show a contrast.
  • though. /ðoʊ/ The word though is another alternative to but.
  • whereas. /werˈæz/ The word whereas is a more formal alternative to but.
  • although. /ɑːlˈðoʊ/
  • yet. /jet/
  • except. /ɪkˈsept/
  • nevertheless. /ˌnev.ɚ.ðəˈles/
  • despite this. /dɪˈspaɪt ðɪs/

Are not or have not?

“I have not” is not used to mean “I don’t have.” The negative of the present tense is formed by adding do not/does not (or the abbreviated form) between the subject and the verb; only with modal verbs you place not after the modal verb to form the negative.

What is difference between Yet and still?

Still talks about something which began in the past and it persists even now, as it is not completed or finished yet. On the other hand, yet refers to something which a person is longing for or expecting to start, complete or happen by a certain time, but it does not happen, started or completed until now.

Who give or gives?

So the correct form is “third person singular” with the -s on the end: gives.

Who did give or who gave?

The correct sentence is the second one, “Who gave you the book?” Since this is a wh-question that questions the subject, there is no need for subject-verb inversion and, thus, no need for the auxiliary verb “did.” (Yes, it is grammatical to say “Who did give you the book?” but only when one is being really emphatic.

Did not go or did not went?

It’s either “I didn’t go” or “I don’t go”. The former is the past tense; the latter is the present tense. The both sentences “I didn’t went” / “I don’t went” are incorrect. The correct sentence is “ I didn’t go”.

Can you say yet still?

Both yet and still can be used in negative statements to talk about something that wasn’t true in the past and continues not to be true in the present. This is where yet and still converge. For example, the two sentences in each pair below, one with yet and one with still, mean nearly the same thing.

How do you say I didn’t receive my email?

One can correctly use/say “I don’t” when referencing multiple emails: “I don’t get [receive] your emai = I haven’t been getting your emails and I am not receiving them or I’ve never received any of your emails.

Which tense is used with still?

present perfect

Did u give or gave?

“Did he give you” only is correct. ”Did”will not be folloowed by a pasttense verb.

How do you use still in a sentence?

Still sentence example

  • It is still a famous school.
  • When they turned around, Alex was still on the horse.
  • She still held Jonathan’s hand.
  • When Dorothy recovered her senses they were still falling, but not so fast.
  • In fact, it was ludicrous – but it still hurt.
  • The throng stood still and waited.
  • Still , you like it, yes?

Can I start a sentence with still?

Still can stand on its own at the beginning of a sentence and affect its interpretation, but yet cannot.

What can I use in place of however?

Synonyms of however

  • even so,
  • howbeit,
  • nevertheless,
  • nonetheless,
  • notwithstanding,
  • still,
  • still and all,
  • though,

How do you use but still?

Does “but still” go smoothly in this sentence? Sentence : “She went to the principal many times in this regard. But still, he didn’t pay much heed to it. ” It’s perfectly natural in BE to use ‘but still’ and it means exactly what t52 said.

Did not give or did not gave?

Replace “gave” with “give”. ”Gave” is the past of the verb,“to give”. When using “didn’t”, which is past, keep the rest of the compound verb in the present tense: “gave.”