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Do you say us or USA?

Do you say us or USA?

The abbreviation USA is a noun, but the abbreviations U.S. and US are preferred by most style guides. Some style guides advise writers to use the abbreviations only as adjectives, and to use United States when a noun is required. However, other style guides allow US to be both an adjective and a noun.

How do you use us in a sentence?

Us sentence examplesYou didn’t tell us it was her birthday. 554. I hope he likes us all. 463. Let us examine our prison and see what it is like. 283. What’s going to become of us now? 180. Let us hear the rest. 146. I just don’t think it’s a good idea for us to be out here alone. He worries about all of us, you know. Let us wait until evening.

How do you use etc correctly?

The abbreviation of et cetera is etc. Use etc. when you begin a list that you will not complete; it indicates that there are other items in the list besides the ones you explicitly mention. The abbreviation is more common than the full phrase in business and technical writing.