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

The meaning of "Lisa" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does They dropped by Lisa's set to cheer her on. mean?
A: Thank you so much🙏🏻🧡🙏🏻
I got it👍👍👍
Q: What does Lisa's advice to Sophie backfires when she gets stuck outside just as Amy arrives. mean?
A: I can't give you the answer unless I know what lisa's advise was and what is their situation/problem
Q: What does She has sold Lisa on the idea of staying for another year mean?
A: Sold in this sentence means convinced.

Example sentences using "Lisa"

Q: Please show me example sentences with When Lisa reviews and prepares for the final exam at the each end of semester, she often say to herself that she should have immersed herself in library instead of entertainments at the starts of this semester all the time. .
A: When Lisa reviews and prepares for the final exam at the end of each semester, she often says to herself that she should have immersed herself in the library instead of with entertainments at the beginning of each semester.

Synonyms of "Lisa" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I want to call Lisa, but I don't have her number. and I would call Lisa, but I don't have her number. ?
A: want is somthing that you desire and would is just somthing you could do. like I really want to eat that cake! vs I would eat that cake but I could gain weight.
Q: What is the difference between Lisa will be back within 5 minutes. and Lisa will be back in 5 minutes. and Lisa will be back by 5 minutes. ?
A: Lisa will be back within 5 minutes. Not used that often in this context. It means she will be back anytime between 1 second and 5 minutes from now.
Lisa will be back in 5 minutes. Most commonly used. She will be back 5 minutes from now (give or take a few minutes).
Lisa will be back by 5 minutes. Incorrect. You need to specify the time.
Lisa will be back by 11:15 am.
Q: What is the difference between Lisa has broken her leg, and Lisa broke her leg. ?
A: 1. Lisa has broken her leg:
Lisa se ha roto la pierna.

2. Lisa broke her leg:
Lisa se rompió la pierna.

Se usa la primera frase cuando hay alguna conexión con el presente el incidente. Por ejemplo, lisa todavía está sufriendo la herida o no puede hacer algo por la herida.

Se usa la segunda frase cuando ya no hay ninguna conexión con el presente. Por ejemplo, cuando lisa ya se ha recuperado de la herida y no está afectada por esa.
Q: What is the difference between Lisa has been attending to her grandma ever since she became ill. and Lisa has been attended to her grandma ever since she became ill. ?
A: @sylvialove: 第二句的文法不對

Translations of "Lisa"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Lisa is looking forward to meeting/meet you.
We are looking forward to meeting/meet you.
A: The correct way is looking forward to meet. However, you will hear people saying it both ways.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When have Lisa simpson been a vegetarian from? <<< does this sound natural?
A: Since when has Lisa Simpson been a vegetarian?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why Lisa is beautiful
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Lisa bkt ang ganda mo?
A: "Lisa, why are you so pretty/cute?"

Other questions about "Lisa"

Q: A: They say that Lisa and Tom have become a couple.
B: I couldn't care less. does this sound natural?
A: A: They say that Lisa and Tom became a couple.
B: I couldn't care less.
Q: Lisa loves to go shopping. Tomorrow she is going shopping. She needs a new pair of shoes. She wants to buy a pair of red shoes. She thinks red shoes are pretty. She will buy a pair of shoes at the mall. Lisa usually shops at the mall. The mall is only a mile from her house. She just walks to the mall. It only takes her 20 minutes. Tomorrow she will go to four different shoe stores. Tomorrow is Saturday. The mall always has sales on Saturday. If the sale price is good, Lisa might buy two pairs of shoes. does this sound natural?
A: Good, keep up the good work. As the time flies you can simplify the context and speak faster. Its pretty clear.
Q: Lisa has shown a(n) _______(interesting) in learinging a foreign language.
用所给词的适当形式填空
A: An interest in learning
Q: Dear Lisa ,
I miss you very much. We have not talked in a while. I hope you remember me.

I hope you are happy with your son. I want to see your son.
I am ready to come and take care of your son.Please contact me.
does this sound natural?
A: Dear Lisa, it has been so long since we last talked that I hope you still remember me.

How is your son doing? I hope you are happy. I would like to see him and I can take care of him for you as well if you would like. Feel free to contact me if I can help.
Q: Lisa __________ yesterday.

A. repaired the roof
B. had the roof repaired

The answer is B.
I think it could be A. Why is the answer A?
A: Either is correct. In A, Lisa repaired it herself. In B, she had somebody else do it.

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