What does the para stand for in the word for example paragraph?
The prefix 'para' comes from a Greek word meaning 'beside' or 'next to'. The prefix was used in old English to mean 'requiring more study' such as paralegal.
Indentation is the pushing of a paragraph or the first line of a paragraph in from the margin, compared to the rest of the text. For example: This text is indented. This text is not indented. Indentation is the pushing of a paragraph or the first line of a paragraph in from the margin, compared to the rest of the text. For example: This text is indented. This text is not indented. Indentation is the…
Example paragraph: An adjective is a word that is used to describe a noun. We can say that a house is new, a house is old, a house is grand, or a house is shabby. The adjectives provide a clearer picture of the person or thing we are talking about. This is not a long paragraph, but it is a concise paragraph.
in spanish when people say pa' is slang for the word "para" which has different meaning ...para could mean for ...in this case pa' mayte = para mayte ....for mayte... assuming mayte is a name which is a common name in south america...para can also mean "to" ....for example ir para mayte = going to mayte ...if mayte is a place
No, the word 'stand' is a noun (stand, stands) and a verb (stand, stands, standing, stood). A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example: Put the plant stand by the window. It should be near the light. (the pronoun 'it' takes the place of the noun 'stand' in second sentence)
What is the part of speech for usually and by in the sentence It is usually hard for my little brother to recall what he has done?
In the example sentence, the word 'usually' is an adverb, modifying the verb 'is' (is how often). The word 'by' is not in the sentence, but the word 'by' functions as a preposition, introducing a prepositional phrase; for example, 'by the time he gets home' ('by the time' is a prepositional phrase). The word 'by' also functions as an adverb, for example, 'Please stand by.' (the adverb 'by' modifies the verb 'stand).
In any word processor or desktop publishing program a widow is the first line of a paragraph at the bottom of a page, with the remainder of the paragraph being on the following page, and an orphan is the last line of a paragraph that is displayed at the top of a page. Neither of them have a function, and MS Word will, by default, not allow widows and orphans, although you can change this…