- Is Como a verb or a noun?
- How do you reference in a Word document?
- What is WordReference?
- What is the WordReference language forum?
- What does Como mean in Spanish?
- How do you use Tanto Como in Spanish?
- What does Como (without an accent) mean?
- What is a verb?
- How to insert a reference in word?
- How to add citations in Microsoft Word?
- How to put references or cite sources in PowerPoint?
- What is the default referencing style in Microsoft Word?
- Discussions may take place in Catalan and other languages. How do I say I speak Romanian, Italian, etc? The grammar behind the expression Questions about Latin, or translations between Latin and any other language. Discussions in English about the English language. This is not a translation forum.
Is Como a verb or a noun?
Como is not a verb. The verb (infinitive) is comer (to eat), and como is this verb conjugated in the first person, present tense (i.e. I eat). For the full list of conjugations of this verb see...the page that Gargoyle mentioned.
How do you reference in a Word document?
References in Word. Microsoft Word has a simple built-in reference function at the References tab. Here you can manually enter references and refer to them in the text and create a bibliography in the most common styles (APA, Harvard, MLA, etc). The built-in function in Word is suitable if you have a limited number of references ...
What is WordReference?
WordReference is an online translation dictionary for, among others, the language pairs English – French, English– Italian, English– Spanish, French–Spanish, Spanish– Portuguese and English–Portuguese. WordReference also has Oxford Unabridged and Concise dictionaries available for a subscription.
What is the WordReference language forum?
The WordReference language forum is the largest repository of knowledge and advice about the English language, as well as a number of other languages. If you have a question about language usage, first search the hundreds of thousands of previous questions.
What does Como mean in Spanish?
Como is a conjunction. It can be translated by as or like when it is used to introduce a comparison or a subordinate clause. Como te decía antes, esa chica es muy vanidosa. As I was saying before, that girl is very vain. No he conocido nunca a nadie como tú. Ive never met anyone like you.
How do you use Tanto Como in Spanish?
To say you have as much or as many of something as something else in Spanish, we use tanto ... como if the thing we are comparing is a noun, or tanto como if what we are comparing is a verb. Mi primo tiene tanto dinero como tu sobrino.
What does Como (without an accent) mean?
Ive never met anyone like you. Bear in mind that como (without an accent) can also mean I eat (from regular verb comer, to eat .) I never eat vegetables. Want to make sure your Spanish sounds confident?
What is a verb?
Verbs can also be non-action words, like those used to express being. Nouns aren’t the only words that can be split into subgroups. Verbs can too.
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