Category: Alternative

5 Commments

  1. as far as (one) knows As much as one knows about a certain situation at a particular time. As far as I know, Scott is coming today. Has anyone else heard from him? Thanksgiving dinner has been pushed to , as far as we know. But I can call Carol and try to get an update, if that makes you feel better. See also: far, know as far as anyone knows and so.
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  3. Jun 08,  · The expression ‘I know’ is used in the case of sentences that speak about the events that take place in the present. On the other hand the expression ‘I knew’ is used in the case of sentences that speak about the events that took place in the past. This is the main difference between the two expressions, I know and I knew.
  4. Know definition is - to perceive directly: have direct cognition of. How to use know in a sentence.
  5. "As far as I know" is the idiomatic expression I'm familiar with. as far as conj. To the degree or extent that: They returned at nine, as far as we know. Usage Note: As far as the Usage Panel is concerned, as far as had better be followed by both a subject and a form of go or be concerned.