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What is the difference between as of and as at?

What is the difference between as of and as at?

As OF implies everything up to and including a particular point in time. As AT is similar to as of, and could be used synonymously. As at has a connotation of a snapshot. You might say transactions as of but balance as at.

What is the meaning of As and when?

UK (US if and when) at the time that something happens: We don’t own a car – we just rent one as and when we need it.

What is as at?

“As at” means at a particular time. It’s used in accounting in reference to, say, a balance sheet, “As at 31 March 2007” meaning it is a snapshot of the position at that date.

What kind of phrase is due to?

Due to is an adjective, which describes or modifies a noun. When combined with the rest of the sentence, it functions as an adjectival prepositional phrase. You can’t use due to in the same way as because of.

Can I use due to in the beginning of a sentence?

Yes, you can use ‘due to’ at the beginning of a sentence.

Is due to formal?

The expression due to has two uses, one formal and one informal.

Is due to the fact Formal?

These two phrases are both too wordy and too colloquial for formal writing. Handily, these phrases can usually be replaced by the word “because”: Instead of: “The experiment was halted due to the fact that funding was withdrawn.”

How do you use due date in a sentence?

Due-date sentence example

  1. The doctor set a due date of August 17th.
  2. If no agreement is reached then the team originally ready to play on the due date will receive a walkover.
  3. Martha’s pending due date was an incentive to Betsy.
  4. She was too close to her due date to be running around in the hills.

Is as more formal than because?

As and since are more formal than because. We usually put a comma before since after the main clause: [result]I hope they’ve decided to come as [reason]I wanted to hear about their India trip. We often use as and since clauses at the beginning of the sentence.

How do you use even though in a sentence?

Even-though sentence example

  1. The phone woke me up, even though it wasn’t very loud.
  2. You never believed anything I said even though I never lied to you.
  3. She doesn’t want to give up, even though she knows she doesn’t have a legal right.
  4. They could do their own cooking, even though it wouldn’t be as nice.

How do you use though in the middle of a sentence?

Used after a comma, in the middle of a sentence, the word ‘though’ (or ‘although’) can be used to mean the same as “I do not usually drink coffee, but/however* I have had 2 cups today.” In this context, ‘though’, ‘although’, and ‘but’ show that something which you have said is ‘less true’ than usual.

How do you use the word even though and although in a sentence?

More examples

  1. Although/even though/though it rained a lot, I enjoyed the holiday.
  2. I enjoyed the holiday, although/even though/though it rained a lot.
  3. Although/even though/though he was much older than the others, he won the race.
  4. He won the race, although/even though/though he was much older than the others.