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

The meaning of "Folks" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Folks"...( is it about friends? or family?) mean?
A: It’s more about friends, it’s kinda a greeting of a friend or some one ur cool with :) showing friendly way of speach
Q: What does Folks mean?
A: It has a few different meanings.

It can be another word for "parents".
My folks are out of town for a few days, so I'm going to have a party.
My parents are away for a few days, so I'm going to have a party.

It can also be a friendly way to address a group of people.
Where are you folks from? (Talking to two people)
Where are you two from?
Q: What does "Folks on the Hill" mean?
A: If it's some kind of political news, probably it means "people on the Capitol Hill". That's where the US Congress is located.
Q: What does "Folks" mean?
A: It's a friendly and warm way to say "people", Obama used to say it a lot as in "Folks are worried about their kids' futures.". It means "The people of America" when he says it.
Q: What does Folks mean?
A: les gens, les parents, les famille
peut se référence à un type de musique 'FOLK'

Example sentences using "Folks"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "Folks".
A: @franchesk_ale

folks = family ( your brothers and parents, not your wife and children)

I am going to Venezuela with my folks.

But i think folks is not a very good word. It is too rural(very small towns use this word). It is better to use family.

I’m going to Venezuela with my family.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Folks.
A: hey folks

Synonyms of "Folks" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Folks and Parents ?
A: "Folks" has been used as slang for "parents."
Q: What is the difference between Folks and People ?
A: They both mean the same thing, however, "people" is used more nowadays.
Q: What is the difference between Folks and Guys ?
A: @SirHiaguinho

Hey guys, how are you?
Those folks over there are crazy.
Q: What is the difference between Folks and People ?
A: There isn't really a difference folks means people in general e.g 'hey folks' you could put people into the same context 'hey people' they mean the same thing. Folks is usually used as a friendly way to address a group of people. Apart from that they are the same!👍🏼

Translations of "Folks"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Folks
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Folks
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello Folks!
A: Hello Folks

Other questions about "Folks"

Q: Folks, there were only two of us in class today, and only two of us have been notified that we will be absent.

We understand that you have your own reasons for not being able to attend class, but on the days that you do, please let us know that you will not be able to attend class today.

This is much more important for working in Japan than whether your Japanese is good or not.

If you are in a situation where you cannot contact them before class, you should contact them after class.

I don't really care, but I think it is disrespectful to Mr. Tani and Ms. Nomoto.

Does this sound natural?
A: I might say "only two have given notice of their absence" instead of "only two of us have been notified that we will be absent." I am unsure if you mean only two people have told someone that they will be absent, or only two people have received notice of absence from the people who will be absent.
Q: hey Folks ! can you tell me if there are mistakes please ? thank you for your help :) !
A: Change of hands → Changes hands
Think that the → Think that they
Fulfill → Fulfil
For a project → On a project
It is needed → It is necessary
Posters, websites, → Posters, and websites.
In addition how → In addition, knowing how
Copycats use threaten → Copycats who threaten
The don’t see → They don’t see
Theirs countries → Their countries
Q: Hello Folks ! My name's Cristhian.
I wanna partner for to practice my English , I'm beginning . I'm Brazilian .
A: Very good English!! Now I’m not interested in learning Portuguese... yet! But I’m sure there are many people on here :)
Q: 1. Folks from the village "Village name"
2. Folks at the village "Village name"

Is this good as a photo caption for a picture which you can see people from the village?

Which one is better?
Or any better saying?
A: It's better to say the first one. The second one doesn't specify that the people in the photo are from that village.
Q: Hello Folks, one of my friend asked me, when to pronounce "the" as follows in the audio. Strangely, I could not explain the difference clearly..Any help on this would be appreciated :) :)
A: I think either would be fine, whenever. It's only a matter of preference I would say

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