What does except mean in a sentence?
from English Grammar Today. We often use except and except for as prepositions to mean ‘not including’ or ‘excluding’. They are followed by a noun or noun phrase or a wh-clause. Both except and except for are correct after a noun: I like all fruit except (for) oranges. (
How do you use accept?
Accept is always used as a verb, primarily meaning to agree to take something (like a job or gift). Except is normally used as a preposition, meaning but, or as a conjunction, meaning with the omission of or only.
What’s the difference between your and you re?
Your is a possessive – it means something belongs to you. The word you’re is short for “you are.” Check out today’s grammar comic about the difference between these two words, and be sure to visit the Kaplan blog for more examples of your and you’re used in example sentences.
What is the mean of accept?
to take or receive (something offered); receive with approval or favor: to accept a present; to accept a proposal. to agree or consent to; accede to: to accept a treaty; to accept an apology.