How do you spell about?

Tamara Sidorova
Tamara Sidorova
December 6, 2012
How do you spell about?

Russian language is not an easy science. In our time, very few people write without errors. Of course, it is good that there are computer programs that automatically correct incorrectly written words. But it's better to know yourself. Once you remember the correct spelling, you are unlikely to write a word with an error later on. Here, for example, how to spell about?

"In occasion of" is a stable combination that is written separately. It is used as an adverb or preposition.

  • If this combination is used as an adverb, then its meaning and synonym is “in this connection”: “We have heard the speaker. Does anyone have anything to say about? ”.
  • If used as a preposition, then the synonym and value will be “by occasion”. Example: "We were preparing a celebration in school about the end of the school year."

The main thing is to remember: “about” you should always write separately.

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