What is a word for someone who is always late?

New Word Suggestion. a person who’s habitually late because they think they have more time than they do. swedish.

Where do you put also?

Basically you need to remember that we use ‘also’ to add information to something we have already said and you need to place it in the sentence next to the thing or idea that you are adding. I hope this makes it clear!

Is it correct to say me too?

In standard English, “me” is an object pronoun. So “me” is impeccably correct in cases where it’s the implied object of an elliptical (or incomplete) sentence like “Me too.” For example, if we say, “She invited us to the party,” and you respond, “Me too,” you’re using “me” correctly.

What’s the meaning of also?

adverb. in addition; too; besides; as well: He was thin, and he was also tall. likewise; in the same manner: Since you’re having another cup of coffee, I’ll have one also.

Is it I want to or too?

depends on what you want to say.. “I want to” meaning you want to do something; “I want too” meaning you want something ALSO.. Your example is correct because the verb is understood in your answer, e.g. “Yup, I want to [download it]. I want to + (verb), e.g. I want to do something.. to go.. eat now..

What is a synonym of good?

SYNONYMS. enjoyable, pleasant, agreeable, pleasing, pleasurable, delightful, great, nice, lovely, amusing, diverting, jolly, merry, lively, festive, cheerful, convivial, congenial, sociable. informal super, fantastic, fabulous, fab, terrific, glorious, grand, magic, out of this world, cool.

What part of speech is too late?

late adjective, adverb [-er/-est only] (NEAR THE END) [ + to infinitive ] It’s too late to call now.

What is difference between too and also?

The only difference is in their placement in the sentence. Too and as well are used at the end of a sentence. (As well is more formal than too). Also usually goes before the verb or adjective.

What is another word for many things?

What is another word for many things?

a lot much
substantial plentiful
innumerable an amount
a number countless
ample considerable

Does Too replace also?

Because to can be used in more ways than too, it’s easier to remember that too can be replaced with “also,” “very,” or “excessively.” If you’re not sure whether the to you’ve written should actually be a too, try replacing it with one of those substitutes.