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

The meaning of "China" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does How China Built ‘iPhone City’ With Billions in Perks for Apple’s Partner?
I want to know the meaning of "in perks" in the sentence.
Thank you! mean?
A: I'm happy to help :)

Yes, I haven't read the article so I cannot be 100% sure, but I think your interpretation about China giving monetary support is correct. You could think of the word "using" instead of "with" or you could think of it like 으러, but that might be more confusing, I don't know.
Q: What does I’m China get in mean?
A: Either it's a typo or you need to provide full context.
Q: What does "steroid-charged" in "It(China's Science and Technology Innovation 2030 Megaprojects) was a steroid-charged version of (Vannevar) Bush's 1945 paper urging America to combine federal dollars with university and corporate labs." mean?
A: "steroids" is drug that is used to give physical enhancements like becoming very strong with lots of muscles. In this sentence is being used to show that the megaprojects are a "much stronger/more intense" version of Vannevar. So "steroid-charged" is used as a comparison to show how much stronger "it" is.
Q: What does China has registered average growth of 10% since 2000 mean?
A: This means that China growth population has increased 10%. Meaning more children are being born
Q: What does "China's business playbook is likely to wreak havoc on the U.S." mean?
A: 中国的商业战术将会给美国带来极大动荡。

Synonyms of "China" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between China's second largest city and China's second-largest city ?
A: Some words require a hyphen, like "free-for-all" but the phrase you're asking about does not require it. It would be just "second largest".
Q: What is the difference between China's and Chinese ?
A: chinese is a person or thing from china. whereas china's is something that china owns.

i love this CHINESE food.

china's weather is so bad.
Q: What is the difference between It is inevitable that China should try to expand its territory. and It is inevitable for China to try to expand its territory. ?
A: Should is more of a recommendation but saying "it is inevitable for china to" is more of a fact. Examples I should eat less / I am going to eat less.
Q: What is the difference between China's and Chinese ?
A: "Chinese" usually refers to the language, people, or culture.

Example: "I love Chinese food"

"China's" usually refers to things like places, natural resources, and other things that somehow belong to the nation but don't necessarily refer to the Chinese language, people, or culture.

Example: "China's largest city is Shanghai"
Q: What is the difference between I have been to work in China for tow years. and I ever worked in China for tow years. ?
A: Mostly.

Have worked could be in the past or currently depending on the conversation.

Have been working means you still are working there or just finished.

I worked is in past tense only.

Translations of "China"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In China,parents always reward good scores with money.I think it's very bad behavior,a common mistake when educating kids.
Is there more accurate expression to replace 'very bad behavior'
A: I think it sounds pretty good already. You might say "harmful behavior" or "an unwise practice".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? China
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? China
A: Tchaina
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? iré a China
A: I'll go to China
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm from China
A: I'm from China

Other questions about "China"

Q: Indeed, I can learn English more quickly 在真实英语英语下 than in China. does this sound natural?
A: I can learn more quickly when I'm immersed in an English speaking environment than when I'm in China.
Q: 1.In China, many people are shy to speak to strangers especially in personally, how about in America?
2.How about my spoken English?
A: "In China, many people are shy when talking to strangers."
"In China many people are too shy to talk to strangers, especially privately."

In America, where I'm from, some people are friendly and talk to strangers and some people avoid them. It depends on the person.

2. Your English isn't bad, but I can tell you have an accent. Still, good job ^^
Q: However, I forgot that I sent it used a China Email website until today. does this sound natural?
A: However, I forgot that I had sent it using a (Chinese email)/(my China email) website until today
Q: It's 1:13 am in China now. I gotta go to sleep,goodnight. And have a nice day to people at the daytime. does this sound natural?
A: I have to go to sleep. (you can use "gotta" as slang). Goodnight, and have a nice day tomorrow.
Q: I would like to go to China and Taiwan. I'm scheduled to go there next summer.
(What is the plural form for ”there"?) does this sound natural?
A: Plural for there is there, so that is fine. However, The two sentences are slightly different in meaning. In the first you say I wish or I dream or I want to go China and Taiwan. The second sentence says you are going, for certain.
I would say: I have always wanted to go to China and Taiwan. I`m scheduled to go there next summer.

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