How do you say you like something a lot?
7 Ways to Say You Like Something in English
- I enjoy it. This verb means to “take delight or pleasure in” something.
- I love it.
- I am passionate about it.
- I am fond of it.
- I am a fan of it.
- I am interested in it.
- I am into it.
How do you say you use something a lot?
To use all or a lot of something – thesaurus
- use up. phrasal verb. to use all of a supply of something.
- run out. phrasal verb. to use all of something and not have any left.
- eat into. phrasal verb.
- get down to. phrasal verb.
- eat up. phrasal verb.
- finish. verb.
- swallow up. phrasal verb.
- exhaust. verb.
Is a lot informal?
A lot is informal but very common, and lots is even more informal.
What kind of word is a lot of?
We use the quantifiers much, many, a lot of, lots of to talk about quantities, amounts and degree. We can use them with a noun (as a determiner) or without a noun (as a pronoun).
Which is correct alot or a lot?
First thing’s first: “alot” is not a word. If you want to say that someone has a vast number of things, you would say they have “a lot” of things. “A lot” is always two words. “Allot” means to give or apportion something to someone as a share or task.
What’s a fancy word for like?
What is another word for like?
|savorUS||be fond of|
Are a lot like adjectives?
so that, “a lot” is not an adjective, it is an adverb. Note: We should not be confused between the phrase “a lot” and “a lot of” . “A lot of “ is an adjective while “A lot” is not eg- I have travelled a lot of places and discovered a lot of cultures.
What is correct a lot or alot?
Grammar Guru Tip #49. First thing’s first: “alot” is not a word. If you want to say that someone has a vast number of things, you would say they have “a lot” of things. “A lot” is always two words. “Allot” means to give or apportion something to someone as a share or task.
What idiom means a lot?
(it/that) means a lot This expression is a way of indicating appreciation for something or someone. It is usually used to show that something has significantly affected you emotionally in a positive way. It is usually used in social situations to express gratitude or sentimentality.
What to reply to it means a lot?
If someone says it that I am not so familiar I tend to respond:
- You’re welcome!
- It’s my pleasure.
- Don’t mention it.
- You’re very welcome.
- I’m glad I could help.
- It was not a problem at all.
Why do I say the word like so much?
Recent studies have suggested that the word might also have a social function, acting as a cue to seem informal and friendly, another reason why it’s so prevalent among young girls. Over the years, the way we use like has been used as a prime example of how younger generations are destroying the English language.
What kind of phrase is a lot?
As an adverb, a lot means “very much” or “a great deal,” as in I love you a lot, or “often,” as in I’ve been practicing a lot. It’s used as an adverb in the phrase Thanks a lot (which is the same as saying Thanks very much).
What kind of word is a lot?
More about “A Lot” “A lot” is the opposite of a little. When used as a noun, “a lot” means a large extent, a large amount, or a large number. As an adverb, “a lot” means to a great extent or to a great degree.