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

The meaning of "Does" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Does "mortally"can sutable only negative thing? ex.. how about "I'm full mortally "
mean?
A: 나는 네가 정확히 무슨 뜻인지 모르겠지만 그건 이해가되지 않는다. "Mortally"란 무엇인가가 불멸하지 않거나 영원히 살지 않는다는 것을 의미합니다. 당신이 찾고있는 단어가 "temporarily"이라고 생각합니다. 영구적 인 것이 아니거나 영원히 지속되지 않는다는 것을 의미합니다. 왜냐하면 "Mortally"는 삶을 가리키고 "Temporarily"는 시간을 의미하기 때문입니다.
Q: What does Does "l came to see my parents" mean "帰省する" ? mean?
A: i think it means i'm returning home
Q: What does He is really fit. (Does it mean "He is really cool/cute."??) mean?
A: In England saying that someone is "fit" means that they are very attractive or "hot."

In America saying someone is "fit" means that they are in shape due to working out and are healthy!
Q: What does Does mean?
A: Do=Does

I,you,we,they (use "Do")
He,she,it (use "Does")

Ex:
Q: "Do you" want to come with us?
A: Yes,I do. / No,I don't.

Q: "Does he" want to come with us?
A: Yes,he does. / No,he doesn't.
Q: What does Does it make sense? mean?
A: It means "Is it clear to you?"
or "Do you think that is logical?" or "Do I need to explain more?"

Example sentences using "Does"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Does this first sentence mean the botanical garden gets best voted continuously like every year?or it can mean just by a visitor survey??.
A: どういたしまして。:)I think "have been" is continuous or progressive with "〜ing".

"I have been swimming there for several years."

But in "I have been to Tokyo" it's not continuous. So I think this example, "have been voted", on its own is simply past tense.

"The house has been painted." It wasn't continuously painted, unless we add some more information.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Does the expression "No. I'm good" mean "No. Thank you"?.
A: Yes, except "No. I'm good" sounds quite casual.

Would you like more water? No, I'm good.
Would you like another beer? No, I'm good.
Would you like me to help you carry your bags? No, I'm good.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Does anyone know a better way to say '' In the contemporary society ".
A: In the modern world, in these modern times...in the society we live in, the society around us...
Q: Please show me example sentences with "Does".
A: Do You come from italy?
does She Come from italy?
does He come from italy?
You must use DOES with -He -She -It
And DO with -I -You -we -they
Q: Please show me example sentences with Doesn't change the fact..
A: Your apology doesn't change the fact that you betrayed me.

It doesn't change the fact that the teacher gave you detention.

Your crying doesn't change the fact that you did wrong.

Having many friends doesn't change the fact that you're a bad person.

Defending your girlfriend doesn't change the fact that you hurt her.

Your support doesn't change the fact that you ratted us.

Your bad grade doesn't change the fact that you're a clever person.

hope it was helpful ^^

Synonyms of "Does" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Does and do ?
A: We use "do" when the subject is I,you,we or they.
We use "does" when the subject is he,she or it
Q: What is the difference between Doesn't and Didn't ?
A: Doesn't (does not) is third person singular present tense. "He doesn't have any money now".
Didn't is simple past tense for all cases. "I/You/He/She/We/You all/They didn't have any money yesterday"
Q: What is the difference between Does John always finisch football practice late in the evening? and Does always John finisch football pratice ...etc. ?
A: Przysłówki częstotliwości daje się po osobie
Np „I usually...”
W pytaniach jest ta sama „strategia”
Częstotliwość wykonywania po osobie
Wiec prawidłowa forma to Does John always FINISH...?
Q: What is the difference between Does Japan do baseball? and Do you play baseball in Japan? and Do Japanese people play baseball? ?
A: First one sounds unnatural. The other two are okay and there is no difference between them.
Q: What is the difference between Does that make sense? and Am I making sense? ?
A: Both can work in the same context, but if you're specifically talking about something other than yourself, then go with "Does that make sense?"

Translations of "Does"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Does this sentence sound natural?

Though I ordered the ramen later than next customer, my ramen came earlier than him.
隣の客より遅く注文したのに私のラーメンの方が早く来た
A:
Though I ordered the ramen later than the next customer, my ramen came earlier than him. - はい、それは良いことです
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Does this sound natural? 😊
A: I recommend emphasizing the “l” sound more! You really do sound native though!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Does it sounds natural?
I jump in my car and light the engine
A: “I jump into my car and start the engine” is more natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Does it sound natural?↓
A: I would write it like this

"We reunited in Bangkok!

6 years ago, I joined a short term study aboard program in Arizona. I was given a host family, and they welcomed me very warmly. They took me to many interesting places as well. It was a dream come true that I saw them again! Their kindness, cheerful smiles, positive attitudes and words, always keep me going. I hope we can watch the next world cup together again. Join us next time, Tommy. ;)"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Does it sound natural?↓
A:

Okay I got it. I tried my best to translate here.

On the way shopping, cheery blossoms in full bloom caught my eye. I wish this difficult situation to be over as the cherry blossom leaves fall.

Other questions about "Does"

Q: Does this sound natural?

To learn English, I looked for some foreign friends on online websites. I met a French girl and a Vietnamese American boy. Because of the French girl, I know that we, as tourists, have to say hello first when we enter shops in France. By the way, she was really friendly. She also recommended to me the home of Caneles, Bordeaux. As for the American boy, he was really interested in the history and culture of Taiwan. I told him the story of the Romance of Three Kingdoms and he really liked it. They helped me a lot with my English.
A: Yes this is great!!! You can change “ By the way, she was really friendly. She also recommended to me the home of Caneles, Bordeaux.” to “The French girl was also really friendly. She recommended I live in Caneles, Bordeaux.”
Q: Does it sound natural ?

This evening we celebrated Beth's 60th birthday, the lady dressed in orange.
Our new member Sunny was so toughtful and kind to surprise Beth and all members by
preparing a big birthday cake for Beth and
lots of small cakes for every members.
Sunny even prepared a variety of beverages such as coffee, tea , beer and some desserts for members to enjoy in the meeting.
We had a meaningful and unforgettable meeting tonight.
Does this sound natural?
A: × Does it sound natural ?
Does it sound natural?

× This evening we celebrated Beth's 60th birthday, the lady dressed in orange.
✓ This evening, we celebrated Beth's 60th birthday. She's the lady dressed in orange.

× Our new member Sunny was so toughtful and kind to surprise Beth and all members by
✓ Our newest member, Sunny, was so thoughtful and kind to surprise Beth, and all the members, by

× preparing a big birthday cake for Beth and lots of small cakes for every members.
✓ preparing a big birthday cake for Beth and lots of small cakes for everybody else.

× Sunny even prepared a variety of beverages such as coffee, tea , beer and some desserts for members to enjoy in the meeting.
✓ Sunny even prepared a variety of beverages, such as coffee, tea, beer and some desserts for members to enjoy during the meeting.

Q: Does this sound natural?
“I insured for my son last month.”
A: @sharpdresser Hi, I'm not sure what you are trying to say. Do you mean "I insured my son last month." meaning that you got him insured (for example, to drive ie. car insurance)?

If so, you could say "I insured my son last month." or "I bought insurance for my son last month".
Q: Does this sound natural?
"As you're used to seeing Hollywood actors, do you think Will Smith and Anthony Mackie look very alike?"
A: For those of you who are used to seeing Hollywood actors, do you think Will Smith and Anthony Mackie look very much alike?
Q: Does this sound natural?
“The long corridor gives access to the pool.”
A: @sharpdresser The second sentence you wrote would sound most natural while spoken :)

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