How do you replace Firstly Secondly Thirdly?
Re: Is there any alternative to “First, Secondly,thirdly…”? “Last but not least” is used quite commonly. It sums up a list, and re-inforces the importance of all of the points. “Last but definitely not least” may also be used.
Is it OK to say firstly?
Even though they are both adverbs, ‘first’ and ‘firstly’ are hardly interchangeable in all situations: we never say “I firstly noticed it yesterday.” One might say “firstly, what are you doing in my home?” or “firstly, I hope you have insurance”—but if you want to avoid criticism, ‘first’ is the best bet for most …
Should a comma go after then?
A. No, yes, and yes. It’s fine to write “and then” as you did in your first sentence. If you leave out and, add a comma before then: “He got a DUI, then resisted arrest.”
What is finally in grammar?
Finally is used to refer to something that happened after a long time and usually after some difficulties. In this meaning, finally most commonly occurs in the normal mid position for adverbs, between the subject and the main verb, after the modal verb or the first auxiliary verb, or after be as a main verb.