- What is another word for immediately after?
- Whats another word for after that?
- What does immediately after mean?
- What mean right after?
- What is a good sentence for the word immediately?
- What word is immediately?
- How do you use later in a sentence?
- Where do you put eventually in a sentence?
- What kind of word is eventually?
- Is eventually formal or informal?
- What is the difference between eventually and finally?
- What is the difference between eventually and ultimately?
- Does eventually mean ultimately?
- How do you use eventually?
- How do you use ultimately?
- Is now a transition words?
- Does a comma go after ultimately?
- How do you use ultimately in the middle of a sentence?
What is another word for immediately after?
What is another word for immediately after?
|immediately once||instantly after|
|just at the moment that||directly|
|immediately when||instantly when|
Whats another word for after that?
What is another word for after that?
What does immediately after mean?
1 without delay or intervention; at once; instantly.
What mean right after?
“Right after” means “immediately after”. You can talk about something that happens “right after” something else: Right after I left his apartment, I got a call from him and he told me to come back.
What is a good sentence for the word immediately?
“He acted immediately when he saw the house on fire.” “He immediately apologized for his behavior.” “She immediately regretted her behavior.” “The school immediately contacted the parents after the accident.”
What word is immediately?
adverb. without lapse of time; without delay; instantly; at once: Please telephone him immediately. with no object or space intervening. closely: immediately in the vicinity. without intervening medium or agent; concerning or affecting directly.
How do you use later in a sentence?
Later sentence example
- See you later , then.
- A few minutes later he walked down the hallway.
- She woke later and looked at the clock.
- Later , as they walked back to their room, Jonathan looked up at Carmen.
- It’s hard to know what later generations will deem to be art.
Where do you put eventually in a sentence?
Eventually sentence example
- Eventually they stopped their chatter and fell silent.
- Somehow, both of us eventually slept.
- Eventually , she dozed off.
- Eventually , she’d find out who he was.
- Surely the Indians would guess that their query would eventually assemble.
What kind of word is eventually?
Eventually is an adverb – Word Type.
Is eventually formal or informal?
Thanks in advance. Tenacious Learner What’s the difference between ‘eventually’ and ‘later on’? I don’t see them as different in terms of formality. Both are used in ordinary conversation, and both can be used in formal writing.
What is the difference between eventually and finally?
When something happens after a lot of delays or problems, you can say that it eventually happens or that it finally happens. You use eventually when you want to emphasize that there were a lot of problems. You use finally when you want to emphasize the amount of time it took. Eventually they got to the hospital.
What is the difference between eventually and ultimately?
Hence “eventually” is normally used when describing something that happens after a delay. If we say something happened “ultimately,” on the other hand, the emphasis is on finality, so this term is best saved for referring to something that happens at the end of a process. For example, the ultimate fate of all sausages.
Does eventually mean ultimately?
“Eventually” just means that something occurred after a [long] time, whereas “ultimately” refers to something that occurred at the very end.
How do you use eventually?
We use the adverb eventually to mean ‘in the end’, especially when something has involved a long time, or a lot of effort or problems: I looked everywhere for my keys, and eventually found them inside one of my shoes! (I found them after a long time and a lot of effort.)
How do you use ultimately?
Ultimately is an adverb. We use it to mean ‘finally, after a series of things have happened’: Ultimately, I’d like to go to university, but before that I want to get some work experience and travel a bit. We came to the conclusion ultimately that political demonstrations were a waste of time.
Is now a transition words?
As for “At the present time,” the word “now” is really all we need. “In the event of” is similar. It can be replaced with the two letter word “if.” You’ll usually only use the wordier of these transition phrases in academic writing, and they can be helpful.
Does a comma go after ultimately?
You need a comma after “ultimately” when it is the introductory word in a sentence or independent clause, when it is a nonessential word in the middle of a sentence, and when it comes before the second part of a compound direct object.
How do you use ultimately in the middle of a sentence?
Ultimately sentence example
- He is their father and he is ultimately responsible.
- A situation arose that ultimately remedied both problems.