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

The meaning of "Eg" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Eg mean?
A: example
Q: What does go mental
Eg. My mum went mental. mean?
A: "Mental" is slang for crazy. But in the example it could mean super angry.

Example sentences using "Eg"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "when it's " (Eg: when it's winter, I'll get an umbrella) (dunno if it is ok).
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Eg" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Eg and Ex ?
A: "Ex." means a lot of things and one of them is "example", whilst "e.g." is a Latin abbreviation for "exempli gratia" (literally, "for example").

I've seen more "e.g." for "for example" than "ex.". If you're going to use one, I'd suggest "e.g.".

"I love to eat vegetables, e.g., carrots, spinach, and arugula."

Translations of "Eg"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Eg: i remember having advised you to stop hunting endangered animals
Why use having , i m not understand
A: The rule is “remember” + [verb-ing]. Any verb that comes right after “remember” must be -ing.

This sentence implies three things:
1) I advised you to stop hunting.
2) You hunted after I advised you not to.
3) I know you hunted and I remember that I had told you not to.

The verb “had/having” shows that the advice happened before the hunting. You could also say, “I remember advising you to stop hunting endangered animals,” but adding “having” makes it clear that this happened first.

You start with the sentence, “I had advised you to stop hunting endangered animals.” To put this sentence after “remember,” you have to change “had” to an -ing verb: “I remember having advised you to stop hunting endangered animals.”

I hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Eg bon
A: Je n’ai jamais entendu “Eg bon”. Mais “bon” en Anglais c’est “good”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Eg
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How would you translate 「どんなに 」( Eg: どんなに言っても/注意しても、生徒が宿題を忘れる into English? )
A: The dictionary says “how much” but we would say “No matter ...” or “However ...”

To whatever degree ...

Which words we use will depend on the whole sentence.

Other questions about "Eg"

Q: I would like to know whether it is correct or not
I was washing my car and busy.

"(was)" was omitted by me in this one
But they should be different grammar structures,so "(was)" can be omitted?

Or i gotta say:
I was washing my car and was busy!
Help me, please

A: if you were busy because you were washing your car then you can say...

"I was busy washing my car."
Q: Further means more? Eg more evidences = further evidence?
A: Yes! More and/or with more detail. Further investigation—> looking into with more detail, gathering more info, looking more carefully
Q: what does (up to)mean?
Eg the chaos have contributed to the death of up to 20 people
Did exactly 20 people die in chaos or 20 around (maybe 21 or 19)people die ?which one is true?
Thanks in advance
A: Up to mean, is the maximum number, in your example, no more of people died.
Q: What is 「~in'」 means?
I always saw this kind of words in text and article.
Is it the same meaning as「~ing」?
If so, why people use this instead of using 「~ing」?
A: -in' is sometimes used casually/informally instead of -ing.

In spoken English, sometimes -ing endings sound more like -in endings (depending on the word and the person's accent), so it is sometimes written that way to emphasize the -in pronunciation. In a fictional story, -in' may be used to indicate that's how the character pronounces the word.

The apostrophe ( ' ) is used to indicate that letter(s) have been intentionally omitted. In this case, the g has been omitted.
Q: Eg:
He Could ride a bike.
He could ride a bike at this movement.
He could ride a bike last morning.
He could ride a bike tomorrow.

What is the difference among thier meanings ??!!
A: they just add to the first sentence to make it more interesting i guess or it depends if you are asked a certain question

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