- What year or which year?
- Have been or had been?
- What to write instead of has been?
- Is however a formal word?
- What is the difference between however and how ever?
- How do you say years in English?
- What is a better word for was?
- What is another word for recently?
- What is the meaning of recent years?
- What is another word for has been?
- What does but still mean?
- What is the opposite word of recently?
- What is another word for not long ago?
- What does Yare mean?
- What is another way to say in recent years?
- What is the meaning of for years?
- What is another word for however?
- What recently means?
What year or which year?
Generally, the question word WHICH is used when talking about a specific group of things.
So, Which Year is correct..
Have been or had been?
Present perfect ‘have/has been ‘ is used when describing an action completed in the recent past and still assumes importance in the present. We use ‘had been’ when you describe something that happened in the past before something else in the past.
What to write instead of has been?
What is another word for have been?waswerebecamelookedseemedappearedcame to behad beenturned out to behas been2 more rows
Is however a formal word?
This is how to use however in formal writing, such as business correspondence, emails etc. However has a similar meaning to nevertheless or despite this. However contrasts a sentence against the preceding sentence. However often begins a sentence.
What is the difference between however and how ever?
1 Answer. To answer your question, the adverb “however” is one word and should only be used that way. When “ever” is used for emphasis after the word “how,” you are using two separate words (not the adverb however), and you should write it as such.
How do you say years in English?
In English, year dates can be pronounced in the following ways:For example, the year 1972: ‘nineteen hundred and seventy-two’ or: ‘nineteen seventy-two’Or the year 1854: ‘eighteen hundred and fifty-four’ or: ‘eighteen fifty-four’
What is a better word for was?
What is another word for was?appearedbecamelookedseemedcame to behad beenhas beenhave beenturned out to bewere2 more rows
What is another word for recently?
What is another word for recently?freshlynewlyjustonlylatelylatterlynowafresha moment agoanew25 more rows
What is the meaning of recent years?
If you talk about something that happened in recent months or years, it means the last one to three months or years. Otherwise, recent means new or just happened. It’s particularly useful when you don’t know exactly when something happened, but you know it wasn’t long ago.
What is another word for has been?
What is another word for has been?lapsedformeronetimerecenthas-beensometimeone-timepreviousex-1 more row
What does but still mean?
but , in spite of thatAs Charles Clack defined perfectly- it means “but , in spite of that”. examples: 1) He’s quite slow, gets distracted easily, has bad hand-eye coordination… but still, he shows up for practice! (
What is the opposite word of recently?
What are the antonyms for RECENTLY? hitherto, early, ago, heretofore, anciently, before, previously, formerly, erstwhile, later, earlier.
What is another word for not long ago?
Similar words for not long ago: lately (adverb) … recently (adverb) currently (adverb) late (adverb)
What does Yare mean?
1 archaic : set for action : ready. 2 or yar \ ˈyär \ a : characterized by speed and agility : nimble, lively.
What is another way to say in recent years?
What is another word for in recent years?in recent timesin the last few yearsin the past few yearsover the last few yearsrecently
What is the meaning of for years?
for a long timefor a long time: … since a long time ago: I haven’t seen my uncle for/in years.
What is another word for however?
What is another word for however?whenalthoughthoughwhereasconverselyin spite of the fact thatneverthelessnotwithstandingwhilewhilst34 more rows
What recently means?
recently(Adverb) In the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.