Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Differenza"

The meaning of "Differenza" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does differenza tra " dude " e " man " mean?
A: Lol significano la stessa cosa. Dipende dalle persone che li usano perché ci sono persone che dicono hey man e persone che dicono hey dude. Non c'è differenza puoi usarli entrambi

Synonyms of "Differenza" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between differenza tra just e only? è corretto usarli entrambi anche per quantificare qualcosa? and ? ?
A: I just arrived = Ho arrivato poco momenti/minuti fa.

I only just arrived = lo stesso come sopra

I only arrived - non ha molto senso.

How many sugars do you take in your coffee? (Che numeri di cucchiaini di zucchero vuoi nel tuo cafe?)

Just one = solo uno, ma con il senso che uno è abbastanza.

Only one = solo uno, ma con il senso che vuoi uno è non vuoi nulla più di uno.

Mum: ‘naughty boy! You’ve messed up the room’

Mamma: ‘bambino cattivo! Hai messo la stanza in disordine!’

Boy: ‘But I just/only wanted to have fun’.

Bambino: ‘ma ho voluto solo mi diverto

Qui entrambe just e only sono lo stesso - il bambino vuole sembrare alla mamma come un innocente, vuole fare piccolo il suo comportamento cattivo.

Bambino: ‘ma ho voluto solo mi diverto’.

Mi dispiace la mia italiano è probably molto sbagliato, spero che sia abbastanza chiaro.

Translations of "Differenza"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? differenza tra sound e hear
A: to sound = suonare
to hear = sentire
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? a differenza di molti altri...
A: Unlike many others
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? differenza uso like e as
A: she works as a nurse = she is a nurse.
she looks like a frog = she's not a frog.
he eats like a pig = he's not a pig.
he dressed as a pig = his costume was a pig.
he dressed like a potato = his costume was not a potato.

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? differenza tra want to e solo want
A: want is a transitive verb, there must be an object:
she wants a baby.

want can be followed by an infinitive verb:
she wants to have a baby

want can be followed by a reduced participle clause:
the baby wants fed.
I want my suit drycleaned.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? A differenza di
A: Unlike....

Other questions about "Differenza"

Q: differenza tra past simple e present perfect?
A: Practically the past simple is a completed action in the past. The present perfect is an unspecified period of time in the past......l have been to England many times or something that has just happened.....l've burnt my finger. The present perfect is also used for something that started in the past, the effects of which continue in the present.....l've lived in this house for five years
Q: differenza tra manage e handle
A: It's really difficult to manage/handle this situation. I can manage to do it on my own
Q: differenza tra been and gone
A: Have you ever been to Australia? I have been there once. Been si usa per indicare che sono andata e sono tornata a un pinto. Quel viaggio è finito in qualche minuto del passato.
Invece gone si usa per esprimere se si è andato a qualche parte e sta ancora lì.
Oh you have gone to Chile!
He didn't come, he must have been to Las Vegas.

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