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

The meaning of "Questions" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 3 Questions mean?
A: lock down means , make sure it becomes their property.
probably a certain offer by some company requires ownership of a property as a condition for acceptance.
Q: What does Questions for analysing the interview mean?
A: Analyzing: examining in detail.

The questions will examine the interview to make sure is it correct
Q: What does Questions 77 through 79, report to the following conversation. In this sentence, what's the meaning of "report to"? mean?
A: In this context it would have to mean "correspond to", I think it's the same as 이 질문들이 아래 대화에 해당됩니다. But I haven't ever used to mean that before.
Q: What does Questions which require a figure or limited number of words.

I don't understand 'a figur'. mean?
A: Maybe figure=図表? Hard to tell without context.

Example sentences using "Questions"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Questions using "Where to?".
A: We don't usually put where to in a sentence. If we do say that, then we just say where to.
You could just use where.
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Where would you like me to go?
Where are we going?
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vs.
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Where to would you like me to go?
Where to are we going?
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It just sounds weird and unnatural with where to, so unless you are just asking where to, only use where in a sentence.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Questions very easy .
A: -Who is that?
-What flavor is it?
-When are we leaving?
-Where is the restaurant?
-Why did we stop?
-How did she do that?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Questions with word "quality". What quality.....
A: The quality of this food is great!
Your english is really good quality!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Questions about the weather .
A: Q. How's the weather?
A. It's gloomy (dark clouds) out.
A. It's sunny!
A. It's cold and windy.
A. It's a bit chilly. (a little cold)
A. It's hot as hell.
A. It's super humid.
A. It's freezing! (super cold)
A. It's a cloudy day. (lots of clouds in the sky)

Q. What's the forecast for today?
A. Sunny with light showers. (a little bit of rain)
A. Severe thunderstorms.
A. High winds with low temperatures.

Q. Do you think it's going to rain?
A. Yea, I think it's gonna pour. (rain really hard)
A. It's already pouring outside.
A. It's probably just going to drizzle. (light rain)
A. It's staring to sprinkle already. (it's raining a little bit)

Synonyms of "Questions" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Questions are welcome and Questions are welcomed ?
A: Something about the tense.


Questions are welcomed - sounds like the speaker is talking about something that happens each time for an event that happens more than once at different times.

Parents’ questions are welcomed at parent-teacher evenings.

Questions are welcome - sounds more like present tense. The speaker is talking about something in the current conversation.

Questions are welcome at any time during this presentation.
Q: What is the difference between Questions for high school students and Questions to high school students ?
A: the second phrase is grammatically incorrect. there might be a few contextual exceptions to this though, for example "I asked questions to high school students" but for a standalone phrase. it would be "questions for high school students"

Translations of "Questions"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Questions
A: الأسئلة
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say I put hard Questions Because I want to make mistake everyone and lose mark .... in English
A: i put hard questions because i want everyone to make mistakes and lose points
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Questions
A: “Questions.”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Questions
A: what is your name
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Questions
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Questions"

Q: Questions for native speakers
Can you say "slice the sausage carrots into a bowl" in the meaning of "slice the sausage over a bowl in order for it to fall straight to the bowl'?
A: oh, then you would say "slice the sausage and carrots over the bowl."
Q: Questions about articles.

“He’s the kind of comedian that grows on you after a while.”

I wonder why “the” is used before ”kind”. If it’s “a kind”, what would this sentence sound like?
Also, I don’t understand why “a” isn’t put before “comedian”.

Could someone please tell me these two small questions?
A: By using "the kind of comedian" instead of just "He's kind of a comedian" it points out specifically the type (kind) of comedian he is.

For example, another sentence using this kind of grammar is "He's the kind of comedian that you like immediately," opposed to the previous example where it takes time to grow on you.

As far as "a" going before "kind," it is just a matter of what sounds better, not that it is necessarily wrong to use "a kind." We just generally would not use that for this example
Q: Could you teach me which one is more natural, please?

Questions of the day and Answers.
Questions and Answers of the day.
Questions of the day and Answers of the day.

Thank you.
A: Probably "Questions and Answers of the day."
Q: Questions and Responses on TOEIC TEST

Do you have an appointment this coming Sunday?

A. I'll ask my secretary.
B. I don't have a choice.
C. I have a couple of minutes to think.
D. It's my rest day.

The answer is D, I chose A though.
I don't understand why the best answer is D but A.

Please explain in a way that easy to understand.
A: A and D are both correct in my opinion
Was there any other information provided with the question?

Edit: I would probably never use D ever
Q: Questions:
Many lawmakers believe it is a good idea to ban all smoking in public in Japan. Explain why you agree or disagree with this opinion.

My answer:
I agree with this idea. I often meet people who are smoking at restaurants. Even if a restaurant sets a smoking area up, it wouldn't stop the quality of the air from becoming bad. Smokers might feel good , but non-smokers suffer and have trouble. I have asthma so I may have an asthma attack in polluted air. Clean air is necessary for me. Moreover , l often catch sights of people who are smoking on the road on my way to school. Many people are inconvenienced just because of smokers who smokes on the road. For example , people who have allergies like me , little children whose faces are at the same position as a smoker's hand which has a cigarette and even healthy people. I heard that people around smokers have more health problems than smokers themselves. I think the government should regulate smokers more aggressively. does this sound natural?
A: I would say:

"I agree. I often meet people who smoke at restaurants. Even if a restaurant sets up a smoking area it wouldn't stop the quality of the air becoming bad. Smokers might feel good but non-smokers suffer and have trouble. I have asthma so I may have an asthma attack in polluted air. Clean air is necessary for me. Moreover, l often catch sight of people who are smoking in the street on my way to school. Many people are inconvenienced just because of smokers who smoke in the street. For example, people who have allergies like me, little children whose faces are at the same level as a smoker's hand with a cigarette, and even healthy people. I have heard that people around smokers have more health problems than smokers themselves. I think the government should regulate smokers more aggressively."

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