Where is hence used in a sentence?
‘Hence’ is typically used in a sentence to show a cause and effect relationship between two parts of a sentence: ‘Because this happened, hence this will now happen. ‘ In this way, it’s used in a similar way to words like ‘therefore,’ ‘thus,’ and ‘consequently.
How do you use therefore hence thus?
Therefore, hence, so, then, thus etc
- She was therefore unable to find a solution.
- So she had to quit her job.
- I think; therefore I am.
- ‘We have missed the train.
- They grew up in Japan; hence their interest in Zen Buddhism.
- He sustained severe injuries and, consequently, spent the rest of his life in a wheel chair.
What does bemoaning mean?
transitive verb. 1 : to express deep grief or distress over bemoan the death of their leader. 2 : to regard with displeasure, disapproval, or regret bemoaning the lack of civility in modern political discourse.
How do I use henceforth?
Examples of henceforth in a Sentence Henceforth, supervisors will report directly to the manager. She announced that henceforth she would be running the company. These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word ‘henceforth.
What does henceforth mean?
From this time forth; from now on
What does exult mean in the Bible?
What is another word for bemoan?
Some common synonyms of bemoan are bewail, deplore, and lament. While all these words mean “to express grief or sorrow for something,” bewail and bemoan imply sorrow, disappointment, or protest finding outlet in words or cries, bewail commonly suggesting loudness, and bemoan lugubriousness.
Is bemoan a word?
verb (used with object) to express distress or grief over; lament: to bemoan one’s fate. to regard with regret or disapproval.
What does advocating mean?
advocated; advocating. Definition of advocate (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. : to support or argue for (a cause, policy, etc.) : to plead in favor of They advocated a return to traditional teaching methods.
How do you use able in a sentence?
“Able” is an adjective meaning: having the power, skill or means to do something. If we say “I am able to swim”, it is like saying “I can swim”….be able to for ability
- I have been able to swim since I was five.
- You will be able to speak perfect English very soon.
- I would like to be able to fly an airplane.
Is henceforth I am unable to can grammatically correct?
A can is a cylinder into which canning factories seal fruit, vegetables etc. So, if you were to can something it’s possible to can or not to be able to can. But, that’s not what you mean. The correct sentence is, “I am unable to” or, “I can not”.
How do you use able and unable?
I. Use able to / unable to
- Can = Present Tense.
- Could = Past Tense.
- I can play. ( Use able to)
- Ans. I am able to play.
- I could play (Use able to)
- Ans. I was able to play.
- He could tell me. ( Use able to)
- Ans. He was able to tell me.
What is the opposite of hence?
What is the opposite of hence?
|despite this||despite that|
|notwithstanding||all the same|
|be that as it may||in spite of everything|
|in any event||still and all|
What is the difference between Unable and not able?
There’s no difference in meaning between “unable” and “not able”, but they’re not quite interchangeable in some situations. One difference that comes to mind is that we can modify the adjective “unable” with an adverb in ways that wouldn’t work with the phrase “not able”.