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

The meaning of "Carol" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Carol moved her stuff out today. (Friends S01E01) mean?
A: Carol moved her belongings out of what is probably a shared residence. I believe the understanding is that Carol has chosen to end a relationship.
Q: What does This was Carol's favorite beer. She always drank it out of the can.

"Out of" mean?
A: Drink from the can. Like to drink from a cup or a glass.
Q: What does Carol mean?
A: It's the choral music sung at Christmas.
Q: What does Carol moved her stuff out today mean?
A: significa Carol moveu suas coisas hoje

Synonyms of "Carol" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Carol has a son who became a doctor. and Carol has a son, who became a doctor. ?
A: Both sentences mean the same thing. The comma does not change the meaning of the sentence in this case.
Q: What is the difference between Look! There is Carol. and Look! There are Carol and Anna. ?
A: “There is carol” - proper grammar

“Look! There are carol and Anna” - improper grammar (correct way to say it would be “look! There is carol and Anna”

Translations of "Carol"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Carol tem ido pra escola de ônibus desde que o carro do seu pai quebrou?
A: Carol have been going to school by bus since her father's car has broken
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Carol minha namorada
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Carol é linda
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Other questions about "Carol"

Q: I sang a Carol, please help does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good to me.
Q: 1) Carol told me that she was going to the theatre with her friends that night.
2) Martha told that she hadnt wanted to offend somebody.
3) A young man said that he was on unemployment benefit at that time.
4) The minister declared that last year the national budget had increased by 20 per cent.
5) Mickle explained that he hadnt called me the previous day because he had been pressed for time.
6) Jake admitted that two years before she had chosen this university under pressure from parents.
7) Margaret complained that she always did the lions share of work and added that she did it at the expense of her health.
8) The foreign Ministers said that the new agreement in co-operation between the two countries will be signed the following week. does this sound natural?
A: 2. Told should be Said
3. Benefit should be Benefits
4. Per Cent should be Percent
5. This is correct but "was pressed for time" sounds better since you already used "hadn't"
6. Before should be Ago
8. In should be For

You did really well. These are pretty complicated sentences and you were very close to natural.
Q: Carol has completed the business in October,and the policy has been effect in October 19th,but received email form SPL yesterday said terminated of Carol. does this sound natural?
A: Carol filed the policy in October, and it has been in effect since October 19th. Yesterday, we received an e-mail from SPL stating Carol had been terminated.
Q: (Carol is John's mother. Mary is John's wife. Leo is John and Mary's son.) Carol: How does Leo like kindergarten?
John: So far, so good.
Carol: How's Mary's new job?
John: She's been cranky lately.
Carol: It's not easy to juggle work and family in this day and age.
John: She's been on my case for not helping her with meals.
Carol: Why don't you help her?
John: I don't know beans about cooking.
Carol: Well, it's not rocket science. does this sound natural?
A: Looks completely natural!

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