- Has been or had been?
- What should I use instead of another?
- What should I say instead of as?
- Will come off meaning?
- Have happened and had happened?
- What another word for could?
- What does transpired mean?
- Is has been past tense?
- Who is a has been?
- What is another word for is?
- What does a has been mean?
- What is another word for happened?
- What can I say instead of I think?
Has been or had been?
“Has been” and “have been” are both in the present perfect tense.
“Has been” is used in the third-person singular and “have been” is used for first- and second-person singular and all plural uses.
“Had been” is the past perfect tense and is used in all cases, singular and plural..
What should I use instead of another?
What should I say instead of as?
What is another word for as?althoughthoughconverselythen againby contrastinsteaddespite thatjust the sameexcept thatbut still34 more rows
Will come off meaning?
1a : to acquit oneself : fare came off well in the contest. b : appear, seem. 2 : succeed a television series that never came off — TV Guide. 3 : happen, occur.
Have happened and had happened?
Banned. “Happen” is the correct form in this sentence. “Had happened” is the past perfect tense of “happen”, but you do not have past perfect tense here.
What another word for could?
What is another word for could?wouldcancould perhapscould potentiallymight possiblymight potentiallypotentially willmay potentiallycould possiblymay actually4 more rows
What does transpired mean?
1 : to take place : go on, occur. 2a : to become known or apparent : develop. b : to be revealed : come to light. 3 : to give off vaporous material specifically : to give off or exude watery vapor especially from the surfaces of leaves. 4 : to pass in the form of a vapor from a living body.
Is has been past tense?
Been is a past participle used in the present and past perfect tenses. It follows the auxiliary verbs: has and have. He has been here for a while.
Who is a has been?
has-been | American Dictionary a person who was famous, important, admired, or good at something in the past, but is no longer any of these: She’s a has-been TV star.
What is another word for is?
What is another word for is?remainsstaysabidesendureslingerslivesresidesrestswaitsbides12 more rows
What does a has been mean?
If you describe someone as a has-been, you are indicating in an unkind way that they were important or respected in the past, but they are not now.
What is another word for happened?
In this page you can discover 74 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for happen, like: occur, happen, take-place, ensue, materialize, come face to face with, stumble-upon, come about, be found, come-up and repeat.
What can I say instead of I think?
Ways to Say I THINKIn my opinion…I believe…I assume…I would say…In my point of view…I consider…If you ask me…To me…As far as I can tell…From my point of view…5 more rows