- Where do we use still in a sentence?
- Which tense is used with still?
- Can you end a sentence with still?
- How do you use but still?
- Does he still have or have?
- Is actually formal or informal?
- How do you spell actually?
- Where do we use actually?
- Is still or are still?
- What is another word for still?
- What does this mean actually?
Where do we use still in a sentence?
It is used in the past present or future.
Still is placed in front of the main verb: Even though he was a teenager he still loved playing outside.
They are still living in the old farmhouse..
Which tense is used with still?
Still used with the present perfect means that something hasn’t happened. We use it to emphasise that we expected the thing to happen earlier.
Can you end a sentence with still?
Yes, you can put still at the end of a sentence.
How do you use but still?
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.
Does he still have or have?
The correct answer is “She still has,” because “she” is third person singular and this is the present tense of “to have.” If the subject is singular, the verb must match. The “still” is merely an adverb. … he/she/it has (third person singular)—and “he/she/it still has”
Is actually formal or informal?
Try “actually.” ‘In fact’ isn’t especially formal : we use it all the time in normal speech. But – as Brad C suggested – the word ‘actually’ is very good alternative. “Too formal” is a popular mythology, associated with “dumbing down”.
How do you spell actually?
Correct spelling for the English word “actually” is [ˈakt͡ʃuːə͡li], [ˈaktʃuːəli], [ˈa_k_tʃ_uː_əl_i] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
Where do we use actually?
You use actually to indicate that a situation exists or happened, or to emphasize that it is true. One afternoon, I grew bored and actually fell asleep for a few minutes. Interest is only payable on the amount actually borrowed. You use actually when you are correcting or contradicting someone.
Is still or are still?
Still as an adverb. We use still as an adverb to emphasise that something is continuing: They have been together for 40 years and they are still very much in love. We’re still waiting for our new couch to be delivered.
What is another word for still?
SYNONYMS FOR still 1 unmoving, inert, quiescent. 2 soundless, mute. 4 pacific, placid, serene. 8 quiet, hush, calm.
What does this mean actually?
actually(Adverb) In act or in fact; really; in truth; positively. Actually, I had nothing to do with that incident.