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

The meaning of "Harry" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does In Harry Potter
a description of Hagrid.

He looked simply too big to be allowed, and so wild

"to be allowed" mean?
A: It's a creative use of the word.

That car is too noisy to be allowed on the road.
The film is too violent to allowed in a children's classroom.
I am not allowed to join the under 12's soccer team, because I am 25 years old.
He looked simply too big to be allowed (to exist, to be real).
Q: What does In Harry Pottter
Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to say that they were perfectly normal, thank you very much.

"thank you very much" mean?
A:

In this sentence, “Thank you very much” means “obviously”, but isn’t interchangeable with “obviously”.

“Thank you very much” implies that the speaker is offended that anyone might have doubted the previously said statement.
Q: What does It didn't occur to Harry to put Fudge right mean?
A: @unipiaa ah, ok - Fudge is a character in a Harry Potter novel...

To put Fudge right means to give Fudge new information to help him understand the situation better.

Fudge thinks that Harry would like to go home for the holidays. Fudge maybe doesn’t know how horrible it was for Harry at home.
When Fudge suggests that Harry go home for the holidays, Harry doesn’t bother to tell him about his home life. He doesn’t ‘set him right ‘

Q: What does Harry walked past classrooms where lessons were taking place, catching snatches of what was happening within mean?
A: @Withkennchloe We don't know what is happening in the class. A "snatch" (noun) means a little bit of something. "To catch" is "to receive." The first part of the sentence (Harry walked past classrooms where lessons were taking place) is about Harry walking by classrooms. In the second part, (catching snatches of what was happening within) we are still talking about Harry. So Harry is "catching snatches" of classes, or "hearing and seeing a little bit" of the classes (as he goes by). Does that help at all? This is very hard!
Q: What does spotted Harry and hurried over mean?
A: They saw harry
In this case Spotted = to see

they went to him quickly

Hurried = to go to someone/something quickly

Example sentences using "Harry"

Q: Please show me example sentences with could you correct it


Harry is thinking about joining a University Club and he is inquiring about the club from a club leader .
A: Is it for conversation?
Q: Please show me example sentences with What do Harry Potter talk about?
Is it correct?
.
A: that sounds unnatural.
You can say
What is Harry Potter about?
What is the Harry Potter movie about?
What kind of movie is Harry Potter?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Harry Potter .
A: i like book "Harry Potter"
i think "Harry Potter" is the best book i ever read
i don't think that "Harry Potter" worth it

Synonyms of "Harry" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Harry from One Direction and Harry of One Direction ?
A: They mean the same thing. The second one is more formal.
Q: What is the difference between I saw Harry punch the bully. and I saw Harry punching the bully. ?
A: They have same meaning, but I think the second is correct.
Q: What is the difference between Harry Potter series and Harry Potter franchise ?
A: Thank you guys!
Q: What is the difference between Harry Potter books and Harry Potter's books ?
A: "Harry Potter's books" are the books that belong to Harry Potter.

"The Harry Potter books" are the books about Harry Potter.
And yes, "Harry Potter" is acting like an adjective.

Translations of "Harry"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? ....... 'I read a Harry Potter yesterday.' (Does this sound natural when I mean I read one book of Harry Potter series?'). ......
A: Yes, you can say that to mean a book.

• Have you read Harry Potter?
• Yes, I’ve read all the Harry Potters.

We don’t always ‘book’ it would sound a bit stiff. 😊
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Harry(犬)はお水遊びが大好きです。
A: Harry, the dog, loves to play in the water.

hope this helps :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Harryはダンシングツリーがあまり好きではないようでした。
A: "Harry did not seem to like the dancing tree very much."
でも「ダンシングツリー」は何ですか?w
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Harryは温泉に浸かるのが好きなので嬉しそうでした。
A: Because Harry likes to be soaked in a hot spring, he seemed happy.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "Harry Potter"
A: Thats how I pronounce it :)

Other questions about "Harry"

Q: Can I say Harry Potter series are serialized for movie ?
A: Yes, some form of literature that was made into a tv show or movie. Like the book "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" was made into a movie.
Q: 🎈119
This is from Harry Potter book 7.
Could you tell me why "for a third time", not "for the third time"? I'm always confused about particles.


"He (Harry) asked Dobby, who nodded, ...
・・・・・
Dobby nodded again.
・・・・・
The elf nodded for a third time."
A: both make sense but ‘the third time’ focuses more on the fact that it is the third time. ‘A third time’ focuses less on the number and more on the action. You can use both.
Q: I'm really looking forward to seeing the last Harry potter's film Does this sound natural?
A: We would use "Harry Potter" as an adjective and say
I'm really looking forward to seeing the last Harry Potter film".

By the way, do you mean "last"? If you mean the last one already released, or you know the next film is to be the last one ever, then this is OK to say. If you mean the next one to be released, say "the next". If you are referring to one just being released then use"the latest".,
Q: Now, Harry, you must know all about Muggles.
Tell me, what exactly is the function of a rubber duck? Does this sound natural?
A: A little flow struggle towards the end, but overall a great job!
Q: Hello. I'm reading Harry Porter and I have difficulty to accept this expression.

"A giant of a man was standing in the doorway."

What do you think about that 'A giant of a man'? How do you feel and is that proper, usual expression? Thank you.
A: "A giant of a man" is an expression used to mean that someone is very tall and/or has a large, muscular body. I don't think it is heard super commonly, but people will know and understand the expression.

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