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

The meaning of "Ireland" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I really miss not living in Ireland. mean?
A: 私が住んでいた場所, 私はそれが恋しい
sorry if bad using translate
Q: What does (In Ireland) Exam papers (Is this like an exam preparation exercise book?) mean?
A: Thank you so much!
Q: What does "and Ireland never recovered the population levels the potato had sustained to that point" How to understand this sentence's structure and meaning ?
The previous sentence is "A potato blight in 1846led to the deaths of 1million persons in Ireland ,"
mean?
A: Due to the potato blight, 1 million people died. Ireland's population never was able to grow back that 1 million people that potato farming helped feed.

"the potato had sustained.." is basically implying that the potato was a very important part of Ireland's diet and so when the potato blight happened, a lot of people died and Ireland suffered for a long time after it was over.
Q: What does Ireland is really finding its stride as a travel destination mean?
A: Thank you 😊💓
But I can't understand what "its stride" means in the sentence.
Does it mean "becoming popular"?
Q: What does Ireland were far from awful mean?
A: They were not even a little bad
At a high standard

Example sentences using "Ireland"

Q: Please show me example sentences with what do you think about Ireland.
A: I think that Ireland is a very nice place to visit. Also, the Irish accent is interesting to listen to.

Synonyms of "Ireland" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I miss not living in Ireland. and l miss living in Ireland. ?
A: In the first sentence, the person is in ireland but doesn't want to live in ireland anymore. He wants to be somewhere else.

As for the second sentence, the person used to live in Ireland but doesn't live there anymore. So he wants to go back to ireland.
Q: What is the difference between I may go to Ireland soon and I may be going to Ireland soon ?
A: There is no difference. They are just two ways of saying the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between I might/may be going to Ireland soon. and I might/may go to Ireland. ?
A: I might/may go to Ireland soon: I have already started thinking about plans to go to Ireland. It will happen, at the most, in one or two years, if at all.

I might/may go to Ireland: I want to go to Ireland. Sometime in the future, I will make plans to go to Ireland. It can be in 5 months or 50 years.

Translations of "Ireland"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I travelled to Ireland with my family or
I travelled with my family to Ireland.
A: They are both correct. However, the first sentence sounds much more natural. It is used much more frequently.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ireland
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Continue to explore(ing?) Ireland
A: if you're going to use the sentence
"Continue to ------"
then you use the word "explore" and use "exploring" with "continue ------"
so
"continue to explore"
and
"continue exploring"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? enough , Ireland , thirty
A: It is enough.
I live in Ireland.
It costs thirty dollars.

Other questions about "Ireland"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Ireland, Island, Iceland :).
A:

eye-lind —> island
Q: Ireland is a well-known tax haven in Europe. A large number of multinational companies set their headquarters in Ireland and and share the profit. This profit is reflected in Ireland’s GDP, and it also led to an increase in GDP per capital. Ireland is indeed a developed country. However, due to Ireland's high degree of economic external dependence, this development model is still kind of fragile. does this sound natural?
A: Ireland is a well-known tax haven in Europe. A large number of multinational companies set their headquarters in Ireland and share the profit. This model’s benefit is reflected in Ireland’s GDP, and it also led to an increase in GDP per capita. Ireland is indeed a developed country. However, due to Ireland's high degree of external economic dependence, this development model is still kind of fragile.

(If something led to an increase in GDP, it by consequence led to an increase in GDP per capita, so these two sentences are redundant. This is not a matter of natural language use as it is a matter of writing skills. Otherwise, good job).
Q: Please show me how to pronounce
"Ireland"
"Island".
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Q: Ireland is located to left of the U.K.
to? on? In? does this sound natural?
A: "to" is the best option. The sentence makes sense. ^^
Q: Before I arrived in Ireland I had never had that many potatoes does this sound natural?
A: "Before I arrived in Ireland I had never eaten that many potatoes" sounds a little better, because "eaten" is more specific, and doesn't repeat the word "had". ...But it's natural as it is.

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