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

The meaning of "Linda" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Linda uses a pencil to _________ on paper. *
right
wear
male
write
meat
hour
Waist
there
where
their
sun
mail
son
Our
read
peace
red
here
Hear
meet
waste
Piece
flour
flower mean?
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Q: What does
Linda needs to pick up her mother at the airport. The plane is going to _______ soon. *
Bear
Can
Party
Fire
Land
Lie
Kind
Bank
Iron
Patient
Cry
Light
Match
Order
Mind
Ring
Mean
Box
Like
Miss mean?
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Q: What does Linda has an air of careless sophistication about her. mean?
A: She has an air of sophistication, means she has an attitude that sets her apart from less sophisticated people (ordinary people). Sometimes it means she is one of the “social elite” (a snob), but other times it only means that she is different/unique.
“Careless” sophistication adds confusion to “air of sophistication”, and the context would provide clues. I just can't guess. Sorry.
Q: What does Linda! mean?
A: it's a name being called (Linda is a women's name)
Q: What does Linda mean?
A: linda in Portuguese means beautiful. while in my country it's a woman's name

Synonyms of "Linda" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Linda gets a degree in Business. and Linda is getting a degree in Business. ?
A: If Linda is getting a degree, she is either still studying or waiting for confirmation of the degree. If she gets the degree, do you mean Linda has a degree in business? That would mean she has already studied for 3-4 years and has completed the course and qualified.
Q: What is the difference between What did Linda do that for? and Why did Linda do that for? ?
A: Don't use "for" with "why". Otherwise, they mean the same.
What did Linda do that for? = Why did Linda do that?
Many English speakers avoid ending a sentence with a preposition, so "Why did Linda do that?" is preferred, especially for writing.
Q: What is the difference between Linda has a yonger brother that used to be a DJ. and Linda has a yonger brother who used to be a DJ. ?
A: ‘Who’ is for people
‘That’ is for people, animals, etc.
I think who sounds better in this case, but either is fine.
The sentences have the same meaning.
Also
Yonger —> Younger

Translations of "Linda"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? você é Linda
A: Pode usar 'You are pretty' ou ' You are beautiful' aqui
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Linda
A: beautiful
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Linda
A: Do you mean the name?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Linda
A: Linda: cute
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Linda
A: Pretty- Your are pretty. Você é linda.

Other questions about "Linda"

Q: A: Who told you that Linda is going on a diet.
B: She did herself. does this sound natural?
A: A: Who told you that Linda is on a diet.
B: Herself.

that will be better in my opinion
Q: Linda wants to buy a new car. She has an old car. Her old car is a white Honda. Linda wants to buy a new Honda. She wants to buy a new red Honda. She has saved $1,000. She will use $1,000 to help buy the new car. She will give $1,000 to the Honda dealer. The Honda dealer will give her a contract to sign. The contract will require her to pay $400 a month for seven years. Her new red Honda will cost Linda a lot of money. But that's okay, because Linda makes a lot of money.

does this sound natural?
A: your pronunciation is really good, but you could write it like this: Linda wants to buy a new car. She has an old white Honda at the moment and she wants to buy a new Honda. Linda has saved $1000, she will use this money to help buy the new car. She has given the $1000 to the seller/dealer. The seller/dealer will give her a contract to sign. The contract will require Linda to pay $400 a month for seven years. But that's okay, because Linda makes a lot of money.
Q: Linda was sent home this morning because she ______ a fever.

A. can
B. is
C. had
D. has

The answer is D. I chose C.
I don't understand why the answer is present tense.
Please explain this in a way that easy to understand.
A: It is present tense because Linda still has a fever even though she's been sent home already
Q: Linda's dream was to be a great tennis player.
She became one today! does this sound natural?
A: The first sentence is fine. The second one is fine if it's not being used in a story (then it would need some kind of addition so it didn't seem somewhat unattached).
Q: hello, i am Linda of Lee's class member and it was a pleasure meeting everyone.
have a nice weekend !
does this sound natural?
A: "hello, i am Linda, Lee's class mate and it was a pleasure meeting you guys. have a nice weekend! "

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