How do you use and example in a sentence?
We use and to connect two words, phrases, clauses or prefixes together:
- Televisions and computers are dominating our daily life. (
- I have to shower and change. (
- The photos are black and white. (
- My best friend and my father’s father both come from Wales. (
- She got to the door and put the key in the latch. (
Is and are example sentence?
If the noun is singular, use is. If it is plural or there is more than one noun, use are. The cat is eating all of his food. The cats are eating all of their food.
Can I use 2 and in a sentence?
It’s grammatically valid, though the two “ands” in one sentence make it sound slightly awkward. You want to avoid joining more than two sentences with “and”, because it sounds very awkward. This doesn’t do that, because the two “and”s are used in slightly different ways, but it’s still slightly awkward.
Can you use AND and & in the same sentence?
I would avoid using an ampersand in any sort of formal writing. It looks like this is for a resume, so use “and” instead of an ampersand.
When to use was and were?
Whereas was is the singular past tense of to be, were is used for both the third person plural past tense (they and we) and the second person past tense (you).
What is is and are called?
These are called Auxiliary verbs or Helping verbs in English grammar. They help main verbs to give a verb phrase and they act like conjunctions. These are called Auxiliary verbs or Helping verbs in English grammar.
When to Use Is vs. Are in Sentences
- Mary is excited about her first day of school. (Mary is singular.)
- The dogs are playing in the backyard. (Dogs is plural.)
- Eric’s desk is too tall for him. (Desk is singular.)
- Mrs. Price’s students are noisy in the morning. (Students is plural.)
How many sentences is 100 words?
100 words is about 5-7 sentences. A sentence typically has 15–20 words.