Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sounds"
The meaning of "Sounds" in various phrases and sentences
Q: What does Sounds good mean?
A: It means that something is fine or you agree to it. Want to study with me tomorrow night? Sure, sounds good! I’ll cook dinner and you do the dishes, does that sound good? Want to see a movie with me this weekend? Sounds good!
Q: What does I like that. Sounds tough. mean?
A: Just an expression(guys like to "sound tough"), sort of means it sounds fine. Seems like he said it to make boy 2 feel better about what he said as boy 1 made boy 2 feel insecure about what he said.
Q: What does Sounds amazing! mean?
A: そうそう、 "sounds yummy" も言えますよ。 Pretty much any 形容詞＋そう = "sounds 形容詞" sounds hard, sounds expensive, sounds delicious などなど。 でも 「sounds」＝「～に聞こえる」なので、自分で何かを見て「sounds ～～」とは言わない。 相手の話によって (sounds) ～～そうの場合だけですね。 A: First I had to dismantle the phase unit, remove the AC coupling adapter, and then rebuilt the johnston rod. Only then was I able to replace the wizbar. B: Wow, sounds complicated! (あなたの話によって複雑そうですね)
Example sentences using "Sounds"
Q: Please show me example sentences with Sounds Good!.
A: a: let's buy a cake for y's birthday. b: sounds good! a: if you finish your homework in an hour, you can play videogames. b: sounds good! a: we will have a meeting on monday b: sounds good! "sounds good" can mean "cool!" "deal!" "it's okay for me!" "count me in!" etc.
Synonyms of "Sounds" and their differences
Q: What is the difference between Sounds~ and Looks~ and Seems~ ?
A: I listen to the music, it sounds very good. I look at my hair, it looks very good. My friend tells me about her party, it seems like fun.
Q: What is the difference between Sounds and Seems ?
A: “Seems” means more to give an impression to anything or more of a visual description. You would use “seems” when you see or feel something. For example: That forest seems dangerous - implies that you visually see that the forest looks dangerous. “Sounds” can be used to give an impression to a spoken or written subject. You would use “sounds” when you hear something or see words. For example: Her voice message sounds suspicious - implies that you listened to hear that the message was suspicious.
Q: What is the difference between Sounds interesting and That's interesting ?
A: The first one is not suitable for formal writing. Only speaking and informal web chats. The second one is standard. They both mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between Sounds nice. and Sounds good. ?
A: Usually, "Sounds good" = your plan/idea is acceptable/logical "Sounds nice" = compliment
Translations of "Sounds"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What's this? ''It's like a roly-poly toy.'' Sounds natural?
A: yes that sounds natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sounds natural?
A: I want to go abroad to take care of your children because I think that it is a very good opportunity to learn your culture and your language. I believe it's a better way to care for children, and it's what I have wanted to do since I was a kid. [I don't know what "and all sound opportunities to be formed for the future" means] You won't regret it! ...through games.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sounds natural?.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Other questions about "Sounds"
Q: Sounds like you do not get along with them doesn't it? or do you? Which one's correct?
A: Sounds like you do not get along with them, or do you? The question tag is usually the opposite form of the auxiliary (do) You are happy, aren't you? You aren't Chinese, are you? You don't like chocolate, do you?
Q: Sounds good? does this sound natural?
A: The sentence itself is fine, but try to pronounce the T in ‘Can’t’ and ‘Meet’
Q: This Sounds well? does this sound natural?
A: I had a great weekend. On Friday afternoon, I finished work at 5 pm, then went home and took a shower.
Q: Sounds natural? does this sound natural?
A: This a more natural way
Q: Sounds good? does this sound natural?
A: In America, we pronounce "breakfast" like "breakfest". Hope that helps!
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