Perhaps the most important difference is that bit is used as noun, while little is an adjective, hence the reason why we can have just a little bit of something, and also why you must use an indefinite article with bit and not with little.
Is a little bit correct?
A little bit and a bit are common idiomatic phrases in English meaning a small amount. This phrase may sound redundant because the word bit on its own can mean piece (as in a bit of news), so a little bit is often preferred to reinforce the idea of smallness.
What are different ways to say a little bit?
Is eventually formal or informal?
Thanks in advance. Tenacious Learner Whats the difference between eventually and later on? I dont see them as different in terms of formality. Both are used in ordinary conversation, and both can be used in formal writing.
How do you say a little bit in a formal?
Somewhat, slightly, and any number of others. Or insignificantly if thats what youre after. But depending on the domain the only formal thing to do might be to specify exactly how it was different, or by how much. A bit is weasel wording, and so is any rewording of it.
What is the rule of as well as?
We usually use as well at the end of a clause: We look forward very much to seeing you again and to meeting your wife as well. As well as is a multi-word preposition which means in addition to: She has invited Jill as well as Kate.
Cant wait to in a sentence?
cant wait (to do something) to be very eager, as if to be unable to endure the wait until it is possible to do something. Im glad its almost summertime—I just cant wait to go swimming!
What kind of word is eventually?
Eventually is an adverb - Word Type.
Where do you put eventually in a sentence?
In the English language, “eventually” means “finally”, “sometime in the future”, “sooner or later.” Examples of “eventually” in sentences: “Im looking for a new job. Its tough but Im sure Ill find one eventually.”