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

The meaning of "Shanghai" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Regards from Shanghai mean?
A: It’s like saying “hello from Shanghai.” The person is sending you a greeting from Shanghai.
Q: What does Shanghai is a good place for caving. mean?
A: It means it is a good location to visit if you want to explore caves.

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Synonyms of "Shanghai" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He has lived in Shanghai since 1960. and He had lived in Shanghai since 1960. ?
A: first one is called present perfect, it references to the present time.
He is living in Shanghai from 1960 to date.

2nd one is past perfect, it references to the past time:
He was living in Shanghai from 1960 to a certain year in the past.
Q: What is the difference between I will go to Shanghai next year. and I intend to go to Shanghai next year. ?
A: Will = You will absolutely be going to Shanghai.
Ex. Already planned the trip

Intend = You hope to be going to Shanghai, but there is a chance you won’t.
Ex. Have began to budget a trip to Shanghai, but it might be too expensive.

*** Intend is not a casual word, and is not used often in everyday conversations.
Q: What is the difference between I'm going to Shanghai next year. and I'll go to Shanghai next year. ?
A: Am = Committed to go
Will = Just planning to go

Translations of "Shanghai"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is different between I have lived in Shanghai and I lived in Shanghai ?
A: There's no difference they both mean the same thing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Now I live in Shanghai half of month, other half of month live in Tokyo.
A: "Right now I'm living in Shanghai and will be staying for half the month, the remaining half I will be living in Tokyo." This is present tense and you saying you'll be going to Tokyo for the other half.

Other questions about "Shanghai"

Q: I’ve been to Shanghai with my academy friends through the academy trip. does this sound natural?
A: × I’ve been to Shanghai with my academy friends through the academy trip.
✓ I’ve been to Shanghai with my school friends through a/the school trip.

Q: I’ll be in Shanghai in February and March. Hit me up if you’re around! does this sound natural?
A: Perfect 🙂
Q: Shanghai is a mega city in China.
Unfortunately, it suffers from severe air pollution every winter. The air
pollution is getting really bad to the point, where we can’t exercise outside. If we do, we will get sick. Some people even get lung cancer because of it (I made this up). I think it’s about time we did something for our environment. Otherwise, we are not
only risking our lives, we are risking our children’s lives too.


does this sound natural?
A: Shanghai is a mega city in China.
Unfortunately, it suffers from severe air pollution every winter. The air
pollution is getting really bad to the point where we can’t exercise outside. If we do, we will get sick. Some people even get lung cancer because of it (I made this up). I think it’s about time we did something for our environment. Otherwise, we are not only risking our lives but also our children's.
Q: I arrived in Shanghai city by train in the morning today does this sound natural?
A: You can just say "this morning" instead of "in the morning today"

可以简单得说 "this morning," 不用说 "in the morning today"

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