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

The meaning of "My" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does My design process is very organic, and the collection usually comes to life little by little. mean?
A: When people say something is "organic", they often mean "natural."

This person is saying her methods are "natural" -- they do not follow a set formula or methodology.

This sounds like she is talking about an art collection. I take this sentence to mean...

I work on my pieces as my mood takes me. Eventually, the subconscious idea behind the collection becomes apparent based on the pieces I complete. There is no plan at the start.
Q: What does My pleasure. mean?
A: You're welcome
Q: What does My bag fell apart just as we were getting into the taxi mean?
A: Mi bolsa se desmoronó en el mismo momenta que yo estaba subiendo al taxi.
Q: What does My heart's on overdrive mean?
A: I've only heard that phrase used as song lyrics, it's not a common expression. It would mean that you're extremely in love/have very intense positive feelings.
Q: What does My dad is about to go "Full Metal Jacket" on my ass. mean?
A: @Lin2n I don't know much about the film but it's about the army and war. So it basically means I'm gonna fight you. I hope that makes sense if you want me to explain it another way I probably could.

Example sentences using "My"

Q: Please show me example sentences with My suggestion is for〜.
A: thank you for you're attention kkk
Q: Please show me example sentences with My daily task starts to check e-mail at first. I sometimes write e-mail in English. Because when I want to contact with overseas sobsiduary, I need to communicate in English..
A: @eriiiin_318 My daily tasks begin with checking e-mail first. I sometimes write e-mails in English because when I want to contact an overseas subsidiary, I need to communicate in English.
Q: Please show me example sentences with My team in charge of consolidation adjustment in our department. So my job is checking finance statements of all subsiduary including overseas. And I also report consolidation finance statements to parent company..
A: @eriiiin_318 My team is in charge of consolidation adjustment in our department. So my job is checking finance statements of all subsidiaries including overseas. And I also report consolidated finance statements to the parent company.
Q: Please show me example sentences with My mouth is watering ..
A: You use this phrase about food that looks good and you want to eat it all up! ^^
example:
The food looks delicious! My mouth is watering!
Q: Please show me example sentences with My dmy favourite food is chicken and rice /.
A: My favorite food IS chicken and rice.

Synonyms of "My" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between My mother didn't like me spending all my time playing the guitar. and My mother didn't like me to spend all my time to play the guitar. ?
A: They are the same! 👍 Both are okay to use
Q: What is the difference between
1. My English improved. and
2.I improved my English. ?
A: 1. My English Improved - Your English has got better maybe by experience and being around English speaking people.
2. I improved my English - Used to say that you yourself have made your English skills better may it be by reading textbooks.

This can be used when talking about the English GCSE in UK, you have to revise for English class. Your English will improve because you revised so you would say "I really improved my English skills so I was able to get an A" but you wouldn't say "My English skills improved and I was able to get an A" if you wanted to show that you revised.
Q: What is the difference between My sister made some doughnuts for me. and My sister cooked me some doughnuts. ?
A: Cooked is wrong where I live. Doughnuts are baked or fried or made etc but no one would say 'cooked'.
Q: What is the difference between My father gave me a dictionary. and My father gave a dictionary to me. ?
A: There is no difference at all.

They have the same meaning :D
Q: What is the difference between My baby boy has a slight cold. So, I have to take him to a hospital. and My baby boy has a slight cold. So, I must take him to a hospital. ?
A: 意味は同じですが、厳密に言えば、mustを使うと、自分の意思で何かをしなければならないということを強調します。(例 I must lose weight) 一方have toの方が、義務や命令された時などによく使います。(例 The doctor said I have to lose weight)
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-must-and-have-to-in-English
とはいえ、どちらも正しいし、このような微妙な違いを気にする必要はないでしょう。

Translations of "My"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 両親達は兄に厳しかった。My parents were strict for my older brother?or about my brother?
A: my parents were strict with my older brother
more examples
my parents were strict about getting good grades
my parents were strict with my older brother about getting good grades
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? My father is as much good at Japanese as the native. (is it right?)
A: “My father is as good at Japanese as a native speaker”
Or
“My father speaks Japanese as well as a native speaker”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? My English teacher said the underlined part is wrong. I think ‘who have “a” healthy body’ is correct. But I don’t think ‘have such a mind’ is correct because mind can’t be counted.
A: So, "apt" means capable or good enough to do something. If you say, "They are apt enough to have fights", then you are saying that they have the ability to have fights. This doesn't mean that they have an unhealthy mind, it just means that they can do something unhealthy. It would be better to say, "This is because those people look to have fights with others" because they are searching to make trouble.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? My question is are thoes sentence natural?
It's like a lay of home to study English.
If i had a little more paid attetion on studying,
I could have done all of things what i had to do.
Tomorrow I should do rest of the works.
Are thoes sentence natural?
A: I like to lay at home and study English.

🔸If I had paid a little more attention when I was studying, I could have done (?)

Tomorrow I should/will do the rest of the work.
Tomorrow I should/will finish the remaining work.
“should” and “will” are different.

Are those sentences natural? No

🔸I don’t understand....
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? My real name "Misuzu" is difficult to pronounce for people who speak English. I don't have any nickname. If you have any ideas, please share them!
A: You have a beautiful name!

The hard part to pronounce is “suzu”, so maybe Misu or Mi would work.

Other questions about "My"

Q: My wife gave me a backpack I can use to go to work as a birthday present. I can also use in private. It's a very versatile backpack. Does this sound natural?
A: × My wife gave me a backpack I can use to go to work as a birthday present.
✓ My wife gave me a backpack I can use when I go to work as a birthday present.

× I can also use in private.
✓ I can also use it in private.

Q: My treasure is the study desk I got as a Christmas present. The reason is that I couldn't concentrate because I was studying at the desk in the living room until this desk came, but after that, when the desk came, I could concentrate on studying. Does this sound natural?
A: × The reason is that I couldn't concentrate because I was studying at the desk in the living room until this desk came, but after that, when the desk came, I could concentrate on studying.
✓ The reason is that previously I couldn't concentrate because I was studying at the desk in the living room. After this desk came, I could concentrate on studying.

Q: My family and I went to Inogashira park on the weekend. The weather was just great to go on outing. We're grateful to be surrounded by those pretty Sakura again this year. They bloomed in full. I appreciate the safe environment to be able to live in while feeling warm nature. Does this sound natural?
A: × My family and I went to Inogashira park on the weekend.
✓ My family and I went to Inogashira park this weekend.

× The weather was just great to go on outing.
✓ The weather was great for an outing.

× We're grateful to be surrounded by those pretty Sakura again this year.
✓ We're grateful to be surrounded by pretty cherry blossoms again this year.

× They bloomed in full.
✓ The cherry blossoms were in full bloom.

× I appreciate the safe environment to be able to live in while feeling warm nature.
✓ I appreciate the safe environment I am able to live in as well as the beautiful nature around me.

Q: My late farther like this udon shop, so I sometimes come here. Actually it's good. Does this sound natural?
A: × My late farther like this udon shop, so I sometimes come here.
✓ My late farther like this udon shop, so I sometimes come here (with him).
父はこのうどんショップが好きなので、私も時々来ます。日本語だったら自然なんですけど(「も」があるので) 英語だったらwith himを加える方が自然です。

Late father はなんですか?stepfather? 継父?


× Actually it's good.
✓ It’s good.

Actually はいらないです。
Q: My husband is very clean person. he is in charge of every housekeeping. it is comfortable to me. but sometimes it makes me stressful. because he always talk me complaint. he doesn't like the smell of food. so he always open the window even if the weather is so cold. Does this sound natural?
A: × My husband is very clean person.
✓ My husband is a very tidy person,

× he is in charge of every housekeeping.
✓ he is in charge of all the housekeeping.

× it is comfortable to me. but sometimes it makes me stressful.
✓ That makes me comfortable. But sometimes it makes me stressful.

× because he always talk me complaint.
✓ Because he always complains.

× he doesn't like the smell of food.
✓ He doesn't like the smell of food,

× so he always open the window even if the weather is so cold.
✓ so he always opens the window even if the weather is really cold.

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