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

The meaning of "Alice" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Alice is getting on at university. mean?
A: In this case:
Getting on = doing well
Q: What does He laid her down, putting Alice's head on the abundance of pillows mean?
A: 文脈がないとこれは意味がないです。もっと詳しく書いてくれませんか。
Q: What does "I ran into Alice this morning" mean?
A: It usually means that you met them sometime that morning. Occasionally it means that you literally ran into them with your feet, almost knocking them over.
Q: What does Alice jumped, but then realised the Duchess meant the baby, who was shrieking. (From the book Alice in Wonderland) mean?
A: @lilimar: I haven't read this book, but it I seems that at first Alice misunderstood what the Duchess meant.
Then Alice understood that the Duchess was talking about the baby.
Q: What does Alice helps her mother of her own accord. mean?
A: Means she helps without being asked.

The phrase "own accord" means "voluntary or spontaneous motion or impulse to act".

Synonyms of "Alice" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Alice doesn't have a car and Alice has not a car ?
A: The first is correct and natural in American English while the second is not. It isn't necessarily incorrect and unnatural in other English dialects, though...
Q: What is the difference between Alice is thought to like to be close to nature and far from civilization. and Alice is thought to like being close to nature and far from civilization. ?
A: it's kind of the same, but the second one sounds better since after "like" you should use present continuous
Q: What is the difference between Alice and Elise ?
A: —They are both names of a girl, the only difference between the two is how they being pronounced. The first name I pronounced was “Alice” then next was “Elise”.
Q: What is the difference between I'm sorry to disappoint you like this, Alice. and I'm sorry to have disappointed you like this, Alice. ?
A: @theresa99: Okay. Thanks! :3

Translations of "Alice"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 最近、「still Alice」という映画を見ました。
A: Recently I watched the movie, “still Alice”.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Alice, what time you will be at office?
A: What time will you be at the office?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Alice
A: @yyyyAlice: Alice

Other questions about "Alice"

Q: Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank does this sound natural?
A: very natural your pronunciation were great ,you are a potential English speaker , keep practicing Good Luck 😊😄👍
Q: Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank. does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What did Alice must say? (instead of 'what did Alice have to say?') does this sound natural?
A: This is another example where 'have to' doesn't mean 'must'. It means something more like 'What is it that Alice said?' The have to = more possession 'have' rather than must 'have to'.
Q: "Actually, what I wanted to say was what Alice said." does this sound natural?
A: "Actually, what I wanted to say was what Alice said." Would be correct.
Q: ​​"Alice was going to have the day off tomorrow but her boss has wanted her to work tomorrow. It was a great disappointment to her." (Please make a correction if necessary.) does this sound natural?
A: Oh, my bad. I think I see what you mean now.
"Alice was supposed/ going to have the day off tomorrow, but her boss wanted her to work. It was a great disappointment."

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