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

The meaning of "Beth" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ...said Beth, who was toasting her face and the bread for tea at the same time. mean?
A: So, she was blushing out of shame, which was making her face very hot/ toasting.
Q: What does Beth's fingers were swollen, stiff and raw. mean?
A: @Ri-na Her fingers are in a bad state from playing the piano too much.
Q: What does Since Beth and Amy were studying together, Mother felt it best to set aside a certain period of time each day for the girl's lessons mean?
A: @Ri-na I have attempted Japanese rather badly:

Beth と Amy と一緒勉強しますからおかあさんは毎日時間勉強を割り当てた。

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Q: What does `If you want Beth back, you're going to have to fight tooth and nail not to let her fall for him`. This is what a Japanese friend of mine said` What does he mean? and Is his English correct or sounds natural? mean?
A: It's not natural. It could be slang, but the sentence is not grammatically correct.

"If you want Beth back, you're going to have to fight for her."
(I simplified the sentence to make it more clear.)

Synonyms of "Beth" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Beth said that she had a stomachache. and Beth said that she has a stomachache. ?
A: Beth said she HAD a stomachache means she is already done with it, like the stomachache is gone. But Beth said she HAS a stomachache means she still has it and is not done with it right now.
Q: What is the difference between Beth said that she was meeting her sister on Monday. and Beth said that she is meeting her sister on Monday. ?
A: The first sentence is implying that Beth WAS going to meeting her sister on Monday but she might not.

The second sentence is a more firm response. Beth IS meeting her sister on Monday, meaning she is meeting her sister for sure on that day.
Q: What is the difference between Beth broke up with her last boyfriend because he drank too much. and Beth broke up with her previous boyfriend because he drank too much. ?
A: No difference

Other questions about "Beth"

Q:

Beth and I just came back from our vacation

in Egypt.

does this sound natural?
A: FYI it's American English
Q: Hello Beth! This is Tomm calling your back.
I just got your message that it was successful for our fundraising goal which can be repair our football field.
I'm so glad to hear that and understand that you have been looking for a way to express how thankful.
There are some ideas what I thought.
First of all, we offer free ticket to them and they will be delighted because they are surly interested in the football as fans.
Secondly, we send thank you cars to people who have donated as soon as possible. These are my suggestions, if you come up with something of it, pleas feel free to contact me. does this sound natural?
A: @tomm: Hello Beth! This is Tomm calling you back. I just got your message that our fundraising goal was successfully met, meaning we can repair our football field. I'm so glad to hear that, and understand that you have been looking for a way to express our gratitude. There are some ideas that come to mind. First of all, we could offer free tickets to them. I'm sure they'd be delighted, because they are surly interested in football as fans. Secondly, we could send thank you cards to the people who have donated. These are my suggestions. If you come up with something else, please feel free to contact me. Thanks!
Q: Beth talked Cathy about Beth's brother.

If I change " Beth's" to "her", does this sentence make sense?
A: はい、でもtalked と Cathyの間 「to」がいる。 Beth talked to Cathy about her brother が一番明確と思います。

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