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

The meaning of "Ben" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Ben had found out from Philip that she was the senior class’s runaway valedictorian with Philip himself an earnest but distant second. mean?
A: When students graduate from university, the graduating student who ranks the highest will speak to the graduates at the ceremony. This is the valedictorian.

In your sentence, the girl (she) was the highest ranked. Philip was in second. Her score was much higher than Philip's score. When people are competing and there is a big gap between competitors (usually between first and second), you can describe it as "runaway" because it is like second place cannot catch first place.

Philip tried very hard without cheating. He competed "earnestly".

Another way to say this is "Ben had found out from Philip that she was the class's valedictorian. Philip was ranked second. Although Philip tried very hard, there was a big gap between their rankings."
Q: What does Ben artık şarkı dinlemek değil, şarkı söylemek istiyorum? mean?
A: “I don’t want to listen to songs anymore , i want to sing”
Q: What does Ben's your uncle mean?
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Q: What does to avoid by getting stabbed by Ben Carson mean?
A: to avoid something = to make it so that it doesn't happen

to avoid getting stabbed by Ben Carson =
to make it so that you aren't stabbed by Ben Carson

The statement is missing the first half, so it should look something like this to better help you understand.

Better not praise any democratic candidates at the Republican Ball, to avoid getting stabbed by Ben Carson.

Better not praise any democratic candidates at the Republican Ball, so that you aren't stabbed by Ben Carson.

Example sentences using "Ben"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Ben kitap okumayı seviyorum.
A: I like reading books or I love reading books.

Synonyms of "Ben" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Ben was on the beach and Ben was at the beach and Ben was on the seaside and Ben was at the seaside ?
A: If Ben is on the beach, then he is sitting on it, like I am sitting ON a chair, not AT a chair.

If Ben is at the beach, then he is at the location, like I am AT my house.

Seaside is another word for beach.

Hope this helps!!
Q: What is the difference between Ben can run fast and Ben can run quickly ?
A: Both sentences mean the same thing. 'Fast' and 'quickly' have very similar meanings.
Q: What is the difference between Ben has gone to Spain. and Ben has been to Spain. ?
A: "Ben has gone to Spain.": Ben is in Spain now.

"Ben has been to Spain.": Ben has been to Spain before, in the past.

However, "Ben has gone to Spain." can still mean that Ben is in Spain now, but I wouldn't worry about that.
Q: What is the difference between Ben is in London. He is staying in a small hotel near Hyde Park. and Ben is in London. He stays in a small hotel near Hyde Park. ?
A: he stays sounds like that where he usually stays when he visits London.

he is staying sounds like that is his residence during this particular trip.

Translations of "Ben"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ben sizinle tanışmak istiyorum
A: I want to meet you
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ben turkiyeden geldim Bana yardımcı olurmusun
A: i came from turkey can you help me !?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ben geldim.
A: @hsnylmz: I'm coming, or I've come
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Ben tatilde ingiltere ye gelecegim egitim icin ingiltere hakinda bana biraz bilgi Verirmisin
A: I'm coming to England on holiday. Could you give me some information about studying in England please?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ben otobüsle Atlanta'ya gittim
A: I have gone to Atlanta by bus

Other questions about "Ben"

Q: Ben doesn't ( writing - write - writes ) his homework. and Why?
A: It sounds unnatural but it would be "Ben doesn't like to write his homework." Normally it would be "Ben doesn't like to do his homework."
Q: I take you as Ben's mother. does this sound natural?
A: "I take it you're Ben's mother?"
Q: This is Ben from Taiwan purchase department. Recently I'm helping our quality team for calibration now.

I have consulted with you last week for SPE maintenance contracts and thank you. But I still need your help again.

After check with SPE supplier, they're proved Taiwan site haven't signed the contracts 2015. Could you advise the suggestions for next steps? Whose party responsible to pay contract fee and flat rate repair fee? Which global site or Taiwan site? Please let us know any details or procedures about the SPE contracts.

Thanks again for your help.
does this sound natural?
A: ( ) = I don't understand

This is Ben from the Taiwan purchase department.
Recently I've been helping our quality team (for calibration now).
I consulted with you last week about the SPE maintenance contracts and thank you. I need your help again, if possible.

After checking with the SPE supplier, (they're proved Taiwan site) haven't signed the contracts for 2015. Could you advise on how to proceed? Which party is responsible to pay the contract fee and flat rate repair fee? (Which global site or Taiwan site)? Please let us know any details or procedures about the SPE contracts.

Thanks again for your help.
Q: Ben, yes dad. It's my name. Don't w____ out? Hold the jokes for 1 sec.

Can you tell me what he said?
A: Imagine you have some new clothes. You wear them all the time and they get damaged and stretched, etc. That is to wear something out. You use it a lot and the quality declines. He is saying don't say my name too much or you will wear it out!

"That's my name. Don't wear it out" is just a joking phrase.
Q: Ben not only studies well but also is handsome. does this sound natural?
A: It is a correct sentence, but a native speaker would probably say "Not only is Ben smart, but he's cute/good looking too!"

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