What is plural for worry
The plural form of worry; more than one (kind of) worry..
Is Say present tense
past tense of say is said.
Is there such a word as saids
The word said is the past tense of the verb “say,” but it can also be used as an adjective to refer to something that has been previously introduced. Although said is most commonly used as the past tense of the verb say, its use as an adjective comes mainly in legal and business writing.
What is the singular of say
Conjugation of ‘Say’Base Form (Infinitive):SayPast Simple:SaidPast Participle:Said3rd Person Singular:SaysPresent Participle/Gerund:Saying
What can I say instead of ask
Synonyms & Antonyms of askcatechize,grill,inquire (of),interrogate,query,question,quiz.
How do British pronounce say
In Standard English this is pronounced as ‘he/she/it sez’, and not ‘he/she/it says’. So it’s the shortened version ‘sez’ that is standard; the full form ‘says’ is now considered non-standard, dialectal.
Is saids correct grammar
As ColinFine says, it is not standard or correct grammar. It’s slang. It means, “So you say” or “That is what you say”. The implication is that the statement in question is not true, and the only proof that the person is offering is his own assertion that it is true.
Is saids a valid Scrabble word
SAIDS is a valid scrabble word.
How do you spell say or say’s
He says, she says, I say. The EH vowel is also used in the past tense of the word: said. So it is the S sound, the ‘eh’ as in ‘bed’ vowel, and the D sound. Said, said: I said, you said, he said, she said, we said, they said.
What’s a better word for said
Jabbed, sneered, rebuked, hissed, scolded, demanded, threatened, insinuated, spat, glowered. Making up: Apologised, relented, agreed, reassured, placated, assented. Teased, joked, laughed, chuckled, chortled, sniggered, tittered, guffawed, giggled, roared.
What does Says mean
1. to utter or pronounce; speak: to say a word. 2. to express in words; state; declare: Say what you think. 3. to state as an opinion or judgment: I say we should wait here. 4. to recite or repeat.