Is it now and then or then and now?
now and then now and again every now and then every now and again. If you say that something happens now and then or every now and again, you mean that it happens sometimes but not very often or regularly.
What do you reply to OK then?
“Ok” is a reply. Unless you want to get into an endless cycle of “Ok” then “Ok, great!” then “Ok, fine” etc etc, leave it at the first ok and don’t reply at all.
Is K passive aggressive?
5. “K.” A capital “K” teeters between passive aggressive and just plain, vanilla aggressive. This person is mad at you, but not willing to talk about why.
Is it now and again or now and then?
3 Answers. The proper use case for each is the same, so use whichever you prefer, however you should correct the latter half of the sentence, removing the word ‘for’: Now and then I go trekking. I have always had an issue with the “Now and again” phrase.
What is now and then mean?
from time to time
Can a complete sentence start with then?
Yes, you can start a sentence with then. However, the clause that begins with then should go last: Then indicates a consequence or a result, which is why it should go at the end of any group of sentences that describe actions that create that consequence.
What is the difference between now and then?
“Now” tells about the life of a person as it is in the present day and has been for the past many years after some transition happened; whereas, “then” expresses the life of a person before some transition took place and is something which is a thing of the past.
What does K mean slang?
K means “Okay” and “Kids”. The abbreviation K is typically used as a way of shortening the abbreviation “OK” (meaning “Okay”) still further. As with “Okay”, the use of K indicates acceptance, agreement, approval, or acknowledgment. However, it may sometimes be interpreted as lacking enthusiasm.
What is the difference between OK and K?
Okay is the correct word, the one expressing agreement or acquiescence, and the other two—k and ok—are derivations of the actual word. OK is an abbreviation of okay. It’s just a shorter way of spelling the same thing. ‘k’ is a completely informal abbreviation.