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

The meaning of "Skype" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Skype is frozen. mean?
A: そうですね。

Skype has got stuck.
Q: What does I wonder if I can talk on Skype with a native speaker UK English mean?
A: the person who posted wants a native speaker or British English rather than American English
Q: What does Skype besides text message mean?
A: Skype is a video chat program. It means they would rather do a video chat using Skype than to send texts.

Synonyms of "Skype" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I connected with her on Skype. and I connected her on Skype. ?
A: "With her" means together. Both.

"Connected her" means only she is using skype.

Q: What is the difference between by Skype and through skype ?
A: I hear more often, "He called me ON Skype" or "We chatted ON Skype", but "We held the first round of interviews through/by Skype".

Translations of "Skype"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Skypeで、君の風邪が私にうつったと思う(笑)
A: I think I caught your cold through Skype haha
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私はLINEしかやっていませんが、あなたが望めばSkypeを始めることもできます。
A: I haven't used anything but LINE, but if you wish I can start using Skype.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Skype
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Skypeで言語を教えあいませんか?
A: "How about we teach each other language(s) on Skype?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 風邪を引いて声がガラガラなので今日はSkypeで話せません。ごめんね。
A: "I've caught a cold and now my voice sounds awful, so today I'm not able to talk to you in Skype, sorry" I believe it could be a nice answer :)

Other questions about "Skype"

Q: (On the Skype)
Why did you apply for this internal transfer to the U.S?

That's because I would like to be a instructor who can speak English well.
As you may know, our company is getting bigger than bigger and we are globalizing.
So many customers and colleagues from Asia countries often visit our show room to see the our machines and get some training.
But as like my English, my English skill is not enough to teach them.
With this opportunity to work there, I would like to expand my career and language availability.
Therefore I applied for this job opening and I would like to return to my country after five years. does this sound natural?
A: That's because I would like to be an instructor who can speak English well.
As you may know, our company is getting bigger and bigger as we are globalizing.
So many customers and colleagues from Asian countries often visit our show room to see our machines and get some training.
But my English skill is not good enough to teach them.
With this opportunity to work there, I would like to expand my career and language proficiency.

I made a few changes to make it sound more natural. :)
Q: I hope we will talk with Skype. does this sound natural?
A: I hope we can talk on Skype
Q: I wanted you to do Skype last night does this sound natural?
A: It should be "I wanted to Skype with you last night" or "I wanted you to be on Skype last night"

but other then that it's ok
Q: We can interview by Skype at first does this sound natural?
A: "Interview" (verb)

Somebody normally interviews somebody else. You wouldn't say two people interview.

So, if this is an interview, I would say:

I can interview you on Skype to start with.

Or...

You can interview me on Skype to begin with.

Another way to say it with a noun:

We can do the interview by Skype at first.

If this is a conversation rather than an interview you could say:

Let's talk on Skype first.
Q: Can I Skype with you?
Can I talk with you with Skype?
Which is better, are there any good phrases?
And is it acceptable to use "Skype" as a verb?
Thank you. does this sound natural?
A: The first one is natural and a lot of people nowadays use Skype as a verb. If you wanted to use the second sentence, you'd most likely say, "Can I talk with you ON/OVER Skype?"

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