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How do you use the word I and the word is in a sentence?

(The words may be part of separate clauses, or the letter I could specifically refer to the letter of the alphabet. Otherwise, the proper conjugation is "am.") Examples: The o (MORE)
In Science

What is an astromical unit?

When describing distances on the scale of our solar system, conventional units of measure are not conventially sized. Miles are so small and the large things are lightyears, t (MORE)

How can you use the words used to in a sentence?

The phrase "used to" can be 1) an idiomatic phrase indicating a former action or condition, synonymous with "once" or "formerly" 2) a different idiomatic phrase meaning "accus (MORE)

How do you use the word truer in a sentence?

He never had a truer friend than his sergeant in the army. GPS systems can provide a truer basis for locating positions than celestial navigation.
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How can you use the word gastness in a sentence?

(Gastness is an obsolete term meaning extreme fear or terror - it is from the same Middle English root, gasten, as the modern adjective aghast.) Example: The population wa (MORE)
In Grammar

How do you use the word I and the word me in a sentence?

The words 'I' and 'me' are the first person singular pronouns; words that take the place of the name of the speaker. The pronoun 'I' is used only for the subject of a sentence (MORE)