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

The meaning of "Journal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Journal entry in academic terms mean?
A: A journal is a record book of events, often added to daily but it could be more or less often. A journal entry is one of the events that is added to the journal.
Q: What does Journal entry mean?
A: 日記に書いてあること
Q: What does Journal mean?
A: A journal is like a diary, but is used to write notes or to draw instead of writing about your life.
Q: What does Journal mean?
A: it can also mean diary

Synonyms of "Journal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Journal and diary ?
A: Generally mean the same but a diary would be more personal.
Q: What is the difference between The Journal for the Rehearsal and The Journal of the Rehearsal ?
A: A journal for the rehearsal sounds like it was prepared beforehand. The journal of the rehearsal sounds like it is a record of the rehearsal itself.
Q: What is the difference between Journal and Diary ?
A: Journal could be useas as "newspaper" and "a personal journal" (you personal notebook where you write down all that happened in the week/day/ from your perspective)
Dairy could be use as "your personal diary" (where you write your thoughts and feelings rather than what exactly happens)

Translations of "Journal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Journal
A: Journal or Diary
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Journal
A: Journal (en français) = Newspaper (in English)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Journal
A: Should be spelled jernul

California accent

Other questions about "Journal"

Q: ‎If this is cited by a journal's article, please add the details as Journal's name, volume’s and page’s number? Does this sound natural?
A: × ‎If this is cited by a journal's article, please add the details as Journal's name, volume’s and page’s number?
✓ ‎If this was cited from a journal article, please indicate the details of the journal name, volume and page number.

Q: ‎If this is cited by a journal's article, please add the details as Journal's name, volume’s and page’s number? Does this sound natural?
A: ‎If this is cited from a journal article, please add details such as the journal's name, volume, and page numbers of the article. (Were you trying to ask a question or make a statement. I guessed you were trying to make a statement.)
Q: (I write this for Journal, and I want it to be more formal and academical)
If you are not kind of outside person, you might hear from your parents telling you to "Go outside and do some exercise!". Does this sound natural?
A:
“If you are not an outdoors person, you might hear from your parents to "Go outside and do some exercise!".

Outdoorsy could work to, but it’s more informal .
Q: Journal

Theme:Why do Japanese have an umbrella immediately, Why do Americans not have an umbrella while falling light rain.


I have experience that trip to Seattle in USA. When I stay there, light rain started falling. However, Foreign people around me didn't use an umbrella.

I felt the difference between Japanese and Americans customs. Does this sound natural?
A: Journal

Theme: During light rain, why do Japanese have an umbrella immediately and why don't Americans?


I have an experience from a trip to Seattle in the USA. When I stayed there, light rain started falling. However, the Seattle people around me didn't use an umbrella.

I could see the difference between Japanese and American customs.
Q: The English Journal is a monthly magazine for English learners in Japan, which gives them a lot of useful information. Does this sound natural?
A: it is grammatically correct. it just sounds a bit strange.
I would say:
"The English Journal is a monthly magazine for English learners in Japan. It offers a lot of useful information about..."
you could continue a list after about or end the sentence before about.

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