What is a better word than BUT?
nevertheless, nonetheless, even so, however, still, notwithstanding, despite that, in spite of that, for all that, all the same, just the same, at the same time, be that as it may. though, although.
What type of word is still?
Still is an adverb and an adjective.
Are we still on for meaning?
This is an expression that you use when you want to confirm a plan with someone else. So if On Monday you arranged to meet up with a friend on Thursday, you may want to double-check that you’re still on to meet up!
How do you ask if you’re still meeting?
2 AnswersI hope we are still meeting tomorrow as planned? ( Formal & Humble)I hope the meeting is still on? ( Informal)Is the meeting still on? ( Informal)Are we still catching up tomorrow? ( Casual)Is there any change of plans for tomorrow’s meeting?Hope the plan for tomorrow’s meeting still holds good!
How do you ask tomorrow is working day or not?
“Tomorrow is a working day” is the present form of the sentence that cannot be used with the word tomorrow. So “tomorrow will be a working day” is the correct form to use in the place when we are talking about future.
Are U still up meaning?
Simply put, it means “are you awake?”; “are you still awake?”; “are you awake yet?” “Are you alert?” When people are playing a game or in a match it can mean: “Is it your turn now?” (Your turn to play) or “Are you winning?”, “Is your team winning?” To which you could answer: “Yes, we are up 20 to 14”.
What does it mean you up?
So the question “What are you up to?” just means “What are you doing?” Here’s a sample conversation between friends: So the question, “What are you up to?” can mean “What are you doing right now? Are you busy? Do you have time to talk?”
Are you up or are you down?
Are you up for means: Are you of a disposition to do something. Are you down for is the slang formulation of the same thing. It is used by the young in order to be different from their parents.
What means u up?
slang A text sent to ask if someone is awake, typically as a pretense for a casual sexual encounter, especially late at night. The letter “u” is commonly used instead of the full word “you.” Hey u up? He just sent me a “you up” text—should I let him come over? See also: up.