How do you write about losing a loved one?
CondolencesWe are so sorry for your loss.I’m going to miss her, too.I hope you feel surrounded by much love.Sharing in your sadness as you remember Dan.Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. With deepest sympathy as you remember Robert.I was saddened to hear that your grandfather passed away.
What can I use instead of just?
justadj.fair, impartial.adj.accurate, precise.adj.suitable, appropriate.adv.definitely.adv.only now.adv.merely.
Is using and/or formal?
Please do not use “and/or” in either formal or informal writing. In common English, the “or” is a “non-exclusive or” which means “either A or B, or A and B”. When I say “I can have a banana OR I can have coffee” then I am also OK with having both.
How do you write instead of?
We can use instead of in the following ways:instead of + noun. I’ll have tea instead of coffee. instead coffee.instead of + a name. I’ll go instead of Jack. instead Jack.instead of + pronoun you, us, etc. I’ll go instead of him. instead him. instead of + verb + -ing. He went alone instead of waiting for me.
Is it grammatically correct to say and or?
In writing either and or or is usually adequate. If a greater distinction is needed, another phrasing is available : X or Y, or both. It is more common in technical,business,and legal writing. There is no correct way; it depends on what style guide you are using.
Does and/or mean both?
The main reason for using and/or is to remove the ambiguity of whether and means “only both” and whether or means “only one.” And/or explicitly means “it could be one of these or both of these.”