Is as required grammatically correct?
“A” could be considered correct, although it changes your meaning a bit. A comma before “as required” is an option.
How do you use the word needed?
Needed sentence example
- I thought you needed to sleep longer because you were working so hard getting ready.
- Maybe they all needed to know.
- “I needed you,” she insisted.
- As always, he had been there when she needed him.
- He needed glasses, but he wouldn’t admit it.
How do you use as and as in a sentence?
Below are sample sentences about as… as pattern:
- Your sister is as smart as you.
- Your car is as expensive as ours.
- Take your race horse is as fast as my race horse.
- Your computer is as new as my computer.
- Your crayons are as good as my crayons.
- Your garden is as colorful as my garden.
What is the meaning of as required?
Definitions of as required. adverb. according to need (physicians use PRN in writing prescriptions) synonyms: PRN, as needed, pro re nata.
Is there a comma before as required?
In many sentences, if there is no comma before as, then as means “in the way that” or “while.” When you insert a comma before as, its meaning changes to “because.” Writers tend to make this mistake when forming sentences in which as separates two independent clauses. Below is an example of such a sentence.
Where is need used in a sentence?
Need is a semi-modal verb because in some ways it is like a modal verb and in other ways like a main verb. We use need mostly in the negative form to indicate that there is no obligation or necessity to do something: You needn’t take off your shoes.
What does it mean to be needed?
needed – necessary for relief or supply; “provided them with all things needful” needful, required, requisite.
How do we use as as?
We use as + adjective/adverb + as to make comparisons when the things we are comparing are equal in some way:
- The world’s biggest bull is as big as a small elephant.
- The weather this summer is as bad as last year. It hasn’t stopped raining for weeks.
- You have to unwrap it as carefully as you can. It’s quite fragile.
Where is as used?
The confusion in using like or as is caused by a lack of understanding of the words’ roles. In formal writing, like is used as a preposition, telling where, when or how the noun in the sentence is doing whatever it may be doing. As is used as a conjunction, joining two clauses.
When to use require or requires?
Senior Member. From a purely grammatical point of view, “requires” is correct. But usage seems to be moving toward “nearest word” agreement. I would use “requires.”