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

The meaning of "Paris" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm after Paris in a Yaris. mean?
A: Yes, in this specific context. Their goal or desired destination is Paris. It is used in the same context as a person chasing something. Example. The police are after a wanted criminal. So it's likely that there are obstacles on the way to Paris. So they are "chasing" their dream to go to Paris.
Q: What does There are in Paris scarcely fifteen art--lovers capable of liking a painting without Salon approval mean?
A: The Salon sounds like a group of influential people who pass judgement on pieces of art and artists, and set trends for what is popular and what is not. Your sentence says that there are less than 15 people in Paris who are confident enough to recognize good art without waiting for the Salon to tell them if it is good or not. Think about the people you know who wait until everyone else gives an opinion before they say what they think.
Q: What does Paris was not a good place to go; Paris was THE place to go mean?
A: It wasn't just a "good" place to go, but rather it was the best place to go. Everyone wanted to go there and it was fashionable to do so. If you had to option to go anywhere, anyone would pick Paris.
Q: What does Paris prosecutors named an attacker who blew himself up in the Bataclan music hall Friday as Samy Amimour, a 28-year-old French national who was charged in a terrorism investigation in 2012. mean?
A: I will try to paraphrase. In Paris officials have identified the terrorist who blew himself up at the music hall as Samy Amimour. He was a French citizen who was under investigation for terrorism activities in 2012.

Synonyms of "Paris" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I was in Paris and I have been in Paris ?
A: There isn’t a big difference.
“I was in Paris” sounds more present than past though, you should really only say it if you weren’t there too long ago. While “I have been *to* Paris” could mean you’ve been there either recently or a long time ago.
Q: What is the difference between Paris smells like the flower. and Paris smells like the flower it is. ?
A: second one Don't Make sense because of it is

and first it correct ,in which metaphore is used .when metaphor is used we attach like

Ali is like the lion
Q: What is the difference between Paris is the city where I've always wanted to go. and Paris is the city which I've always wanted to go to. ?
A: 1st one is better and more natural
Q: What is the difference between I live in Paris. and I am living in Paris. ?
A: they essentially have the same meaning.
"I live in Paris" is present and simple.
"I AM living in Paris" is present but emphasized.
Q: What is the difference between He lived in Paris for 3years. and He had lived in Paris for 3years. and He was living in Paris for 3years. and He has been living in Paris for 3years. ?
A: Roughly: 
3年間でパリに住んだ
3年間でパリに住んだことはある
3年間でパリに住んでいた
Not sure how to translate this one.

Translations of "Paris"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? わたしは、大学(だいがく)の卒業旅行(そつぎょうりょこう)に、Paris🗼に行きました(いきました!)。とても良い(よい)思い出(おもいで)です!😆
A: I went to Paris for my University Graduation Trip, it's a great memory! :D
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i want go to Paris or I want to go to Paris ?
A: I want to go to Paris.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? J'habite près de Paris
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Paris was/is more beautiful that I expected/have expected/had expected?
A: it depends on the tense you are using and the context in which you are speaking.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? C'est très différent de Paris
A: It is (This is) very different from Paris.

Other questions about "Paris"

Q: I want to go to Paris does this sound natural?
A: This is the more polite way, or just saying you would enjoy yourself in Paris. Not like demanding TAKE ME TO PARIS!
Q: 저는 파랑스 파리를 한번 더 가고 싶지만 돈이 없기 때문에 갈 수 없습니다.
I want to go to Paris in France once more again, but I can't go there because I don't have much money.

루브르 박물관의 모나리자는 매우 유명한 작품이므로 항상 사진을 찍을 사람들로 붐빕니다.
Since the Mina Lisa is a very famous picture in the museum of Liuvor, there are always clouded by people taking photos.

나는 프랑스사람이니깐 매일 바게트빵을 먹습니다.
I'm French people, so eat baguettes everyday. does this sound natural?
A: (I'm just going to correct the English, I don't understand Korean) 1. I want to go to Paris (or you could say "Paris in France" but just Paris will be fine) once again (or "once more" don't to put both together) but I can't go because I don't have much money.
2. Since the Mona Lisa is a very famous painting in the Louvre Museum, it is always crowded by people taking photos.
3. (I do not understand what you are trying to say, sorry)
Q: 「Dear Paris

I feel really sad what you saw the cruel crime, but this is what is happening every day in our country. I'm just jealous of you what people of the world supports on your side. 」

I translated these sentences that a woman wrote. She is an announcer who is from Syria. Please correct me, if I made mistakes.

It makes me think about this problem. does this sound natural?
A: "Dear Paris

I feel really sad about the cruel crimes that have happened, but this is what is happening every day in our country. I'm just jealous that people around the world are showing you more support."

I translated these sentences that a woman wrote. She is an announcer who is from Syria. Please correct me if I made any mistakes.

It makes me think about the problem.
Q: With whom do you visit Paris this summer?

With whom do you visit Paris in this summer? does this sound natural?
A: To be honest, no one that I know uses "whom". I know grammar rules apply, but I work at a university and I still never hear it.
Q: I travel Paris. does this sound natural?
A: It depends on what time you travelled to Paris : if you travelled to Paris in the past, then you would say "I travelled to Paris.". If you are on transport that's going to Paris, you would say "I'm travelling to Paris.". And if your going to travel to Paris in the future, you would say "I will be/am going to travel to Paris.

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