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

The meaning of "Tina" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Tina and Ron are going to have dinner at Mark's tonight.

In this sentence, what does 'Mark's' mean?
Does it mean their friend, Mark's house?
or is it a sort of restaurant? mean?
A: When we talk about going to another person's house, it is pretty common that we will just use the possessive form of their name. So I would assume that Tina and Ron are going to visit their friend Mark at his house. I think you were right the first time.
Q: What does Tina is as tall as her mother. mean?
A: It means that Tina and her mother are the same height. :)
Q: What does -"Tina is very stingy".
- I agree with you on that. She never comes with us for coffee unless we treat her! mean?
A: "stingy" means not willing to spend money, particularly unnecessarily. In this case, it means Tina only goes out when she doesn't have to pay ("treat her" means "pay for her")!.

Example sentences using "Tina"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Tina: ______ sports do you like?
Sam: I like baseball.
(A) What (B) Which (C) How (D) Where

The correct answer is (A) What
Why can't we choose the choice (B)...
Thank you! .
A: You can say "which". In fact, "which" is better.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Tina mad a sudden set off.

Is it right sentence? .
A: Tina, mad all of a sudden, set off.

Tina, who was mad, all of a sudden set off.

I’m not sure which one you meant. The first means that she suddenly became mad, the second means she suddenly set off.

Synonyms of "Tina" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Tina went back from Japan and Tina came back from Japan ?
A: I've never heard 'went back from' it's 'went back to'. When somebody went back to Japan, it means they were in Japan, went somewhere else and then returned to Japan. If somebody came back from Japan, it means they where somewhere else(most likely their homeland), went to Japan and returned from Japan to somewhere else(their homeland).
Q: What is the difference between Tina is tired from commuting a long distance every day. and Tina is tired of commuting a long distance every day. ?
A: “Of” sounds more natural.
Q: What is the difference between Tina is wearing a blue hat today, but yesterday she wore a brown hat. and Tina is wearing a blue hat today, but yesterday she was wearing a brown hat. ?
A: In these sentences they mean the same thing! Those are just two different ways to say it.
It is not always this way, for example, "I did..." versus "I was doing..." have slightly different meanings. When you add "was" to a verb, it makes it more continual or covers more time.
Hope this helps!

Translations of "Tina"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Tina steht jeden Tag um 7.00 Uhr auf. Sie geht zunächst ins Bad. Dann geht sie in die küche und frühstückt. Sie trinkt ein Glas Milch und isst Brot und Marmalede
A: 1. Tina wakes up at 7:00 everyday. First, she goes to the bathroom. Then she goes to the kitchen and eats breakfast. She drinks a glass of milk and eats bread with marmalade.

2. At 7:30, she takes the bus to school. The class starts at 8:10. At 13:20 the school is over and Tina goes (rides) back home.

3. At 14:30, after lunch, Tina studies for school. Then she calls Brigitte. Twice a week, at 17:00 , she goes to the tennis club. She plays really good tennis.

4. At 19:00 she eats with the Weigel family in the evening. After food, Tina watches TV till 21:30. Then she goes to sleep.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I saw Tina driving past today
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Tina b khana khakar so gayi
A: Tina also has slept after dinner

Other questions about "Tina"

Q: 1 Tina had a great time, han’t she?
2.- You didn’t say anything to him, did you?
3.-It would be terrible if he failed his exam.... wouldnt it?
4.- They aren’t planning to move away, are they?
5.-Her car isn’t in the garage, is he?
6.- Ben and harry’s parent live in Italy, they do?
7.-I should check that she made it home OK, shouldn’t I?
8.-Suva is the capital of Fiji, do I?

¿Algun error? does this sound natural?
A: × 1 Tina had a great time, han’t she?
✓ 1 Tina had a great time, didn't she?

× wouldnt it?
✓ wouldn't it?

× 5.-Her car isn’t in the garage, is he?
✓ 5.-Her car isn’t in the garage, is it?

× 6.- Ben and harry’s parent live in Italy, they do?
✓ 6.- Ben and Harry’s parents live in Italy, don't they?

× 8.-Suva is the capital of Fiji, do I?
✓ 8.-Suva is the capital of Fiji, isn't it?

Q: Tina couldn't help crying when _____ about what happened to her yesterday.

(A) asks
(B) asked
(C) asking
(D) to ask

I know what the answer , please explain why. Thanks very much.
A: asked because it already happened
Q: I saw you driving to Tina house and wearing a elegant hat. does this sound natural?
A: "I saw you driving to Tina's house wearing an elegant hat."

No "AND" unless you say it like this↓

"I saw you driving to Tina's house and you were wearing an elegant hat."
Q: Tina, I hear you had a good journey to the Maldives last week. How was it?
I enjoyed the beautiful scenery, but the hotel was satisfactory.
not anything. anything but.
What should I select?
A: Right. Tina probably did not think it was too great or nice. It would probably be considered mediocre (just okay).
If you wanted to say it was bad, I'd suggest:
"I enjoyed the beautiful scenery, but I did not enjoy the hotel."
or
"I enjoyed the beautiful scenery, but the hotel was awful/terrible."

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