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

The meaning of "Fuji" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does A: "Is it difficult to climb Mt. Fuji in summer?" B: "Hardly." mean?
A: In that context, "hardly" means that it is not hard to do that.
Q: What does "Is it difficult to climb Mt. Fuji in summer?" mean?
A: 夏に富士山を登るのが難しいですか
Q: What does "It's snowing on Mt. Fuji"(haiku) mean?
A: On Mount Fuji, snow is falling.

Synonyms of "Fuji" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Mt. Fuji measures 3,776 meteres in height. and Mt. Fuji has 3,776 meteres in height. ?
A: Correct: Mt. Fuji measures 3,776 meteres in height.
Wrong: Mt. Fuji has 3,776 meteres in height
Q: What is the difference between Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. and Mt. Fuji is the highest in Japan. ?
A: "Mt. Fuji is the highest in Japan" only makes sense if you were already talking about mountains. You have to have already said "mountain" or "peak" in a previous sentence, because the word "mountain" or "peak" is implied.

For example:

"There are several mountains in Asia. Mt. Fuji is the highest in Japan."
Q: What is the difference between Mt. Fuji is 3776 meters high. and Mt. Fuji is 3776 meters tall. ?
A: Both are similar. We typically use the world High when talking about inanimate objects like mountains.

Example: Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world.

We use the word Tall when describing people.

Example: He’s very tall. He’s 6”3.

In this case the first sentence would be used.
Q: What is the difference between He climbed mount Fuji twice. and He has climbed mount Fuji twice. ?
A: Both sentences have the same meaning but “He has climbed Mount Fuji twice.” is used more commonly.

Translations of "Fuji"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to climb Mt. Fuji and see the sunrise.
A: 本当に感謝してます!

Other questions about "Fuji"

Q: Mt. Fuji hiking is available during the period from July to September. Does this sound natural?
A: If Mt. Fuji is closed (you are not allowed to enter) the rest of the time: "Hiking Mt. Fuji is allowed from July to September."

If Mt. Fuji is harder to access the rest of the time (but still allowed): "Mt. Fuji is available to hike from July to September."
Q:

Mt. Fuji, the symbol of Japan, was listed as a World Heritage site, so it is becoming more and more popular in the world.

The red color of the sun and the one of the mountain look like the national flag of Japan.

So many cranes depicted from Mt. Fuji to the foreground is also the symbol of Japan.

Cranes have been considered to the symbol of longevity since anicient times, so they have been depicted with Mt. Fuji as an auspicious bird.
Does this sound natural?
A: Mt. Fuji, the symbol of Japan, was listed as a World Heritage site, so it is becoming more and more popular around the world.

The red color of the sun and the white of the mountain top resemble the flag of Japan.

Cranes, like those depicted near the base of Mt. Fuji and in the foreground are also symbols of Japan.

Cranes have been considered to be a symbol of longevity since ancient times, so as an auspicious bird, cranes have been depicted with Mt. Fuji.
Q: I heard that a red Mt. Fuji picture which was drawn by pregnancy during labor pain gives you good luck for childbirth.

陣痛中の妊婦が書いた赤富士の絵は子宝運をもたらすらしい。 Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: The mount Fuji is behind the clouds.
We can't see it ,so There are some clouds today.
I wish I could see the one. Does this sound natural?
A: you can say :

The mount Fuji is behind the clouds.
There are some clouds today. Thats why we can't see it
I wish I could see Mount Fuji.
Q: I've climbed the Mt. Fuji twice. Does this sound natural?
A: Just take out "the" and it'll be more natural

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