I'd like to know the part of speech of "as".

This sentence is from Good news Bible. 1 Corinthians 3:2

I had to feed you milk, not solid food, because you were not ready for it. And even now you are not ready for it ,because you still live as the people of this world live.

Is “as” preposition, conjunction, or relative pronoun? would you please teach me.


In the sentence you have quoted ‘as’ is a conjunction,

For examples of how ‘as’ is used, look at this: bnc.bl.uk/saraWeb.php?qy=as&mysubmit=Go


A single word -like , ‘List’

We list the price , here using as a ‘verb’

The list is complete , here using as a ‘noun’

Could anybody show me -other part of speech of ‘List’ ?

What about 'Either ’ Neither ’ ??


Have you tried looking those words up in a decent Learner’s Dictionary?