What is the opposite word of that?

What is the opposite of that?

What words can I use instead of that?

synonyms for that
  • a certain.
  • a particular.
  • a well known.
  • one.
  • such.
  • this.

What are the 5 antonyms?

Antonym Examples
achieve – failgiant – dwarfrandom – specific
attack – defendliquid – solidsunny – cloudy
blunt – sharpmarvelous – terribletimid – bold
brave – cowardlynoisy – quiettoward – away
cautious – carelesspartial – completetragic – comic

What is opposite antonym?

An antonym is a word that is the opposite of another word. An opposite can be the other side of, reverse of, or something contrary to anything, not just words. Below are some examples: ‘Hot’ is the antonym/opposite of ‘cold.

How do you stop writing in that?

To decide whether you can omit “that” from a sentence, check how naturally and intelligibly the sentence reads without it. Usually, you can drop “that” if it follows a verb that essentially means “to say.” This omission mimics natural speech and shouldn’t change the meaning of the sentence.

What is that of mean?

“That of” is mostly used to compare two things (that is used as a pronoun). Example: The population of New York is greater than the population of San Diego. Can be transformed to: The population of New York is greater than that of San Diego.

Can you start a sentence with the word that?

You can start a sentence or a phrase with “that”. Is that correct? Yes.

How do I say with this?

synonyms for with this
  1. herewith.
  2. by means of this.
  3. by this means.
  4. thus.
  5. with these means.

What are similar words called?

A synonym is a word, morpheme, or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word, morpheme, or phrase in a given language.

What is the antonym of why?

What is the opposite of why?
big dealso what
who careswhoopee do

Can I start sentence with hence?

Can a sentence begin with the word “hence”? Yes, as long as it is used correctly and directly followed by a comma. When hence is used at the beginning of a sentence, it creates a relationship between the rest of the sentence and the previous sentence.

Which is why or that is why?

In which is why, which is a relative pronoun. That in that is why is usually the subject of a sentence or a clause that can stand alone: I want to be involved in town government, and that is why I’m running for mayor. My mother always gives me good advice, so that is why I need to ask her opinion.

What are the 3 types of antonyms?

There are three types of English antonyms: contrary antonym, complementary antonym and converse antonym. According to the traditional linguistics, antonyms are totally opposite in meaning.

What words have no antonyms?

Dain, shevelled and consolate simply do not exist in contemporary English vocabulary. The English language has plenty of negative words without a positive counterpart – probably more than you would think. A few more examples : inertia, ineptitude, immacculate, impeccable, nonchalant, nonplussed, unkempt, uncouth.

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