Difference between AsI and HacI
Thus is an adverb used as similar to (in this way or then). Hací is a misspelled word, also known as barbarism, and one that must be avoided.
It is the correct way to write this word, since it is an adverb with different meanings. It is used as a synonym for (in this way, then, therefore, for example, or accordingly).
An example of using it as an adverb is:
- I prefer to travel like this, without so many plans.
As a conjunction it would come to mean (although or for more than). It is used as a synonym of (like or similar). It can also be used as an interjection in which case it can mean (hopefully).
It is the wrong way to write the adverb, verb or adjective (So).
Differences between like this and did
- The word thus is an adverb that means: in this way, for example, (such as, equivalent to and similar).
- (Thus) is used as a synonym for (then or therefore); is executed to introduce an explanation or an example of something that is being displayed.
- (Thus) it is used as a conjunction, as a synonym for: Even, for more than and although.
- Thus, it should always be written with a tilde at the end, in the letter i.
- Hací, is an incorrect way of writing and should not be used, this word does not exist nor does the word ací.
- Another erroneous way is to write like this without an accent, it is a word with two syllables, it is acute and ends in a vowel, reason enough and it should be accentuated.