Thus And So

2nd October. By admin. Posted in Alternative.

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  1. Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None (German: Also sprach Zarathustra: Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen, also translated as Thus Spake Zarathustra) is a philosophical novel by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, composed in four parts written and published between and Much of the work deals with ideas such as the "eternal recurrence of the same," the parable on the. Reply
  2. Check your dictionary, thus can either be used in the manner you state and as a synonym for therefore. Therefore, thus and hence, it can be used in the same manner therefore is used, and, indeed, in its stead. Also it's thus, not thusly, as healyjake incorrectly corrected you. Kenthusy Fried Feb Reply
  3. Oct 14,  · Noun thus and so (plural thus and sos) (idiomatic) A generic thing; a placeholder name. Reply
  4. Oct 15,  · In British English we tend to use 'so' in conversation and 'thus' in formal writing, just as people do on the other side of the Atlantic. In essence, both words mean the same (i.e. therefore). I would never say 'thus' when chatting informally with friends and, when writing a formal report/document/essay etc, I would never use 'so'. Reply
  5. Synonyms for thus and so. so; hence; thusly; along these lines; as follows; in kind; in such a way; in this fashion; in this way; just like that; like so; like this; thus and thus; to such a degree. Reply
  6. May God do thus and so to you if you hide a single thing he told you. 3. If you don't do it thus and so, he gives you a lower mark. 4. He described the whole accident thus and so. 5. He reported he had done thus and so in the matter. 6. Thus and so, the battle is crucial. Reply
  7. The most im­por­tant dif­fer­ence be­tween “thus” and “so” is that “so” is a con­junc­tion (mean­ing “and for that rea­son”, “and be­cause of that”), whereas “thus” is an ad­verb (syn­ony­mous with “con­se­quently”). For ex­am­ple, the sen­tence He is not satisfied, so we must prepare a new proposal. Reply
  8. Jul 24,  · So and Therefore are two words that are often confused as words that denote the same meaning. Actually, they are different words with different connotations. The word ‘so’ is used in the sense of ‘as a result’ as in the sentences: 1. Reply

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