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Are que tal and Como estas the same?

Como estas is a more polite way of asking How are you? “Que tal” is like “What’s up”. It’s informal, however it’s not as informal as “What’s up” in English sounds.

How do you use Qu est-ce que?

Qu’est-ce que asks what when what is the object of the verb — that is, when it receives the action. In Qu’est-ce que tu veux?, tu (you) is the subject of the verb, so there can’t be another subject. Because the interrogative qu’est-ce que can’t be the subject, it must be the object.

Is it OK to use via in an essay?

There is nothing wrong with the word “via,” and in fact I personally have a weakness for it: sometimes it just feels more elegant and specific than alternatives like “through” or “by means of.” I also, however, have a weakness for a lot of somewhat archaic phrases, due to spending a lot of my childhood reading old …

Should I use by or via?

There is almost no difference. Via is really just Latin for by. Either word can be used to mean the same thing in English, however they cannot be used interchangeably – well not directly in all cases. “I flew from Chicago to Dubai via London” is the same as “I flew from Santiago to Tokyo by way of Auckland”.

Can you say I believe in a research paper?

It’s best to avoid personal pronouns when engaged in persuasive writing. Saying I believe is not persuasive enough. It’s also important to avoid the use of you when writing a research paper, since that form of expression is usually implemented when providing instructions or addressing the reader directly.

Can you say after all in an essay?

You use after all when introducing a statement which supports or helps explain something you have just said. I thought you might know somebody. After all, you’re the man with connections.

How do you use after all in a sentence?

After all, tomorrow is another day.

  1. The threatening strike did not take place after all.
  2. Maybe this guy isn’t so squeaky clean after all.
  3. She wears too much; it is spring after all.
  4. Inside it’s gloomy after all that sunshine.
  5. We’ve decided not to go away after all.
  6. After all that hard work, you deserve a holiday.

What can I write instead of after all?

other words for after all

  • after.
  • all in all.
  • at last.
  • at the end.
  • behind.
  • finally.
  • in conclusion.
  • ultimately.

How would you use after all in a sentence?

You use after all when introducing a statement that supports or helps explain something you have just said. I thought you might know somebody. After all, you’re the man with connections.

What after all means?

1 : in spite of considerations or expectations to the contrary : nevertheless decided to take the train after all didn’t rain after all.