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

The meaning of "Abc" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ABC Company ?

I mean, I need to teach this, and I don't have any idea about this or hiw is related to the expressions in this slide. mean?
A: ABC Company is a hypothetical name

The phrases in the slide relate to things that might be said in a dialogue between 2 company professionals in a meeting or during a phone conversation
Q: What does 「"ABC News" is out with a new report that quotes a source who says U.S. intelligence was warning as far back as November that the virus posed a danger.」 In this sentence, 'is out with', 'posed' mean?
A: "Out with" means released or provides

"Posed" means to bring attention to

Q: What does 「"ABC News" is out with a new report that quotes a source who says U.S. intelligence was warning as far back as November that the virus posed a danger.」 In this sentence, 'is out with', 'posed' mean?
A: "ABC News is out with a new report..."
Here, 'is out with' means published or released. ABC news published/released the report.

"the virus posed a danger..."
Here, 'posed a danger' means creating a danger/causing a danger/is a threat.
Q: What does ABC mean?
A: American born chinese
Q: What does ABC's mean?
A: @HarukaPizza: haha I think they're saying when u learn basket ball before you can even read/spell

Synonyms of "Abc" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I’m curious for ABC and I’m curious about ABC ?
A: (Keep in mind that “I’m curious for” is not proper English. It should be “I’m curious about”. But some people that speak regional dialects in the USA do say “I’m curious for” but it is wrong. Example “I’m curious for you”. This is a local expression that is not correct, but still used in some parts of the USA.)

I’m curious for ABC. =I curious about something I think ABC should be curious about. (Not proper English, regional dialect)
I’m curious about ABC= I’m curious about ABC.

In this context curious means = eager to know or learn something.

“I’m currently for Jim, I wonder who has been stalking him. He has no idea who it could be”

“I’m curious about Jim, I wonder what he does for a living. He drives a very expensive car”



(Saying “I’m curious for someone is not common. Some people say it in specific American dialects, but it is not proper English)
Q: What is the difference between ABC company has decided to hire a new programmer and ABC company has decided hiring a new programmer ?
A: The first sentence is correct while the second sentence is a fragment.
Q: What is the difference between He's in ABC corporation. and He's with ABC corporation. ?
A: "He's in ABC corporation" means he works at the ABC corporation.
"He's with ABC corporation" means he associates with the ABC corporation.
Q: What is the difference between The ABC cyberattack is a type of exhaustion attack. and ABC cyberattacks are type of exhaustion attacks. ?
A: Yes, slight difference between the two.

The first sentence implies that "ABC cyberattack" is a single thing.

While the second sentence implies that "ABC cyberattacks" is multiple things.

Both are valid sentences, but if you are talking about the ABC computer virus then I recommend using the first sentence.
Q: What is the difference between I work for ABC company. and I work at ABC company. ?
A: It's essentially the same thing.

Translations of "Abc"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ABCに 登録してくれてありがとう。

Thank you for registering with ABC
Thank you for registering for ABC

どちらが正しいですか?
A: yup that's perfect
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ABC company のみなさんですか?
A: Are you guys from ABC company?
Are you all from ABC company?

depending on context:
Is everyone from the ABC company?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ABCモールへ行きたいのですが、どこの駅で降りればいいですか?
A: I'd like to go to ABC Mall, where should I get off at the station?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Фонд ABC примет к рассмотрению представленный проект и вынесет решение (одобрено/отказано).
A: It means "The ABC Foundation will consider the submitted draft and make a decision (approved / denied)."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 提案どうもありがとう。夫が会議の間、時間があるので、ABC公園に行ってみるね。
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Other questions about "Abc"

Q: ABC store is centally located on Aoyama Street in downtown Tokyo.
ABC store is in the center on Aoyama street in downtownTokyo. does this sound natural?
A: You could, but you never hear it like that, and you have to specify the centre of what. "Near the centre of the city, on Aoyama Street." You wouldn't use "downtown Tokyo" in that case, because you're already explicitly describing where in the city it is.
Q: ABC Sporting Goods web site will first appear sometime after January 1.
ABC Sporting Goods web site will be released for the first time sometime after January 1. does this sound natural?
A: The ABC Sporting Goods website will first appear sometime after January 1st.
The ABC Sporting Goods website will be released for the first time sometime after January 1st.

あるいは、
The ABC Sporting Goods website will launch for the first time sometime after January 1st.

websiteの話なら、launchの方がいいと思います :)
Q: ABC Electoronics is open daily from 9 A.M. to 7 P.m.
ABC Electoronics is open from 9 A.M. to 7 P.m. everyday.
does this sound natural?
A: Yes. Just make sure to use P.M not P.m and you're golden. You may also want to put the everyday in front of from. You don't have to and it'll mean the same thing but native speakers often do that.
Q: "ABC corp. was a very nice company. They considered my various circumstances." does this sound natural?
A: Then I'd suggest something along the line of: they tried to reduce my work load and considered all my requirements. "various circumstances" isn't really suitable in this case.
Q: It's ABC company. does this sound natural?
A: Hello, shimojik!

This was perfect! Well done! I was waiting for someone to give this kind of short, succinct answer. As brian mentioned, if "company" isn't actually in the name of the company, than you don't need to include it. However, if the name is "ABC Company", then I would capitalize the "c" and include it.

Pronunciation:
Very good! Perfectly clear and easy to understand. If anything, the "o" sound in "company" is actually supposed to sound like the word "come". I'll post a voice answer next.

Awesome job today! Just one more to go!

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