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

Synonyms of "Nara" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I've been to Nara twice. and I've been in Nara twice. ?
A: "in" sounds wrong to me, only "to" sounds correct.

I often link to this web site, which talks a little about this. Even though some of it is in Russian, I think it could still be helpful.
https://onlineteachersuk.com/russian-mistakes-in-english-prepositions/

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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Nara means
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A: What does Nara means?

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Q: Where is Nara located?

Nara is located near to Osaka and Kyoto. It takes only 30 minutes from Kyoto by train.
Nara is also an ancient city in Japan, the atmosphere is similar to Kyoto and very relaxed. Most of Japanese students visit to Kyoto and Nara for their school trip.
In Nara, you should visit Todaiji temple, which is built in the eighth century. There is the world’s largest bronze Buddha statue. does this sound natural?
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Where is Nara located?

Nara is located near Osaka and Kyoto. It takes only 30 minutes from Kyoto by train.

Nara is an ancient city in Japan, the atmosphere is similar to Kyoto and very relaxed. Most Japanese students visit Kyoto and Nara for their school trip.

In Nara, you should visit Todaiji temple, which was built in the eighth century. There is the world’s largest bronze Buddha statue.
Q: I'm living in Nara City,Japan and learning English.
My goal is to show around NaraPark for foreign tourists.

Is it natural? does this sound natural?
A: I'm living in Nara, Japan and learning English.
My goal is to show foreign tourists around Nara Park.

(Nara City isn't wrong, but in English, we usually leave out the word city, except in special cases like New York City.)
Q: I'm from Nara in Japan. does this sound natural?
A: A better way to say this would be: "I'm from Nara, Japan" or "I'm from Nara, a city in Japan."
Q: In Nara, there are a lot of deers. People give them Shikasenbei(鹿せんべい)and they build friendship each other from a long time ago. does this sound natural?
A: 'They build friendship each other from a long time ago' doesn't make sense.

'they build long-term friendships with one another.'

'they build lifelong friendships with one another.'

I think these may be close to what you want to say..
Q: I'm living in Nara, Japan with my wife and two cats. does this sound natural?
A: "I live in" means that you lived in the place, you are living in the place and probably you will live in the place.
"I'm living" means that currently you are living in the place, but not sure about the future.

"Nara, Japan" sounds too official... maybe

I live in Japan in a city called Nara with my wife and two cats.

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