How do you except?
Keeping this in view, how do you use except?
When to use Except Except usually functions as a preposition or a conjunction. As a preposition, except means “but.” As a conjunction, except is often followed by “that,” and it means “only” or “with the exception of.” In the rare cases that except functions as a verb, it means “to exclude, to object.”
One may also ask, what is difference between expect and except? Except is usually used as a preposition or conjunction, which means not including. For example: "I teach every day except Sundays." Expect is a verb, which we use when we think something is likely to happen, or someone is likely to do or be something in particular.
Considering this, do you use Accept or Except?
accept/ except To accept is to receive, and except is to exclude, usually. Both are busy little words skipping around to different meanings, but they never run into each other. It's the verb form that confuses, and it's usually except when accept is wanted.
What is the synonym of except?
Synonyms: take out, leave off, exclude, demur, omit, leave out. exclude, except, leave out, leave off, omit, take out(verb) prevent from being included or considered or accepted.