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

The meaning of "Access" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does provide basing access mean?
A: It means to provide access to military bases in that country. So for example, one country may allow another country's navy to use its bases in order to resupply the ships.
Q: What does access in this sentence mean?
A: It means evaluate.
Q: What does I too was thin with access to props mean?
A: It's a broken English and it's not the right way to learn a language like this anyway.
"I too was" is a wrong sentence tho some folks might use it.
"I also was" is right instead.

Anyways, it means that the speaker was thin enough that he could enter between the relatively narrow spaces (to props).
Q: What does to get access to perks mean?
A: It means that if you join that, you get to have things that others can’t. It’s like special benefits.
Q: What does there is access to everything mean?
A: you have everything available

Example sentences using "Access"

Q: Please show me example sentences with have access to.
A: Well I asked my friend if I could have access to her Netflix account haha.
Q: Please show me example sentences with access.
A: "I have access to the safe"

"I need an access to get in the building"
Q: Please show me example sentences with lost access to.
A: I lost access to the application because my password expired.

When he left the Army he lost access to the secure network.
Q: Please show me example sentences with easy access.
A: If we buy a house here, then we will have easy access to the beach.

Building a doggy door will give our dog easy access to the back yard.

This membership card grants you easy access to the lounge.

The factory workers found they did not have easy access to lawyers.

This tunnel is an easy access to the vault.

Moving to the country would mean not having easy access to basic needs.

Synonyms of "Access" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between access to and approach to ?
A: Access = permission, ability to enter/get something.

example: I need access to the library so that I can study.
example: A bridge provides access to the other side of the river.

Approach = to go closer to something (to be near/close to something)

I approached my crush, but she/he didn't see me.
As night approaches, you can hear the sounds of animals outside.
Q: What is the difference between have access to and have accessibility to ?
A: The first one's the correct one
Q: What is the difference between I got access to the file. and I was granted access to the file. ?
A: It basically means the same thing.

"I was granted access" means you got permission to get the file

"I got access" means that you just got the file, with or without permission

but you can still use either one because they have the same meaning
Q: What is the difference between access rights and access permission ?
A: Rights sounds like technical computer jargon. Permission sounds like my boss is graciously allowing me to do something. Conversely, he can deny me permission and I might do it anyway. If I don't have access rights (on a computer) it is simply impossible.
Q: What is the difference between access the event and attend the event ?
A: Accessing an event would be saying that you’re able to go there. “I can access the event with my weekend pass”. You’d rarely say that though. Attending and event is going to an event. “I attended the event”. That’s a normal way of saying it.

Translations of "Access"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "get access", "gain access", are they the same? which is commonly used?
A: They are the same, but “gain access” sounds a bit more formal or official
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to reply this e-mail by saying "I want to help her and give her the access of the questionnaire" but how to write it more formal?
A:

Dear XXX,

I would be happy to give you access to the questionnaire. It is attached in the document below. If you have any questions, please reach out to me.

Regards,

First Last

Also, I'm looking for a French Writing buddy who could occasionally look over my French writing in exchange for help with English writing if you're interested.

@cowan_madeline is my Insta and Shamrockmnc@gmail.com is my enail
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Other questions about "Access"

Q: It gives us an access to a life of high-quality and makes us feel substantial. does this sound natural?
A: "An access" is singular but "us" is plural.

I think "high-quality" is an adjective (which doesn't fit) but "high quality" would fit (as a noun).

I've heard of people being described as "substantial", so I think that is fine (though a little uncommon).

"It gives us access to a life of high quality and makes us feel substantial"

Q: "If I can have an easy access to written materials of all audio contents, there will be nothing I want more." does this sound natural?
A: this sounds really natural!
Q: "Do you have the access to excess data?" does this sound natural?
A: "Do you have access to excess data?" is this what you said?
Q: Who give to you access? does this sound natural?
A: "Who gave you access?"

or

"Who is giving you access?"
Q: I think I will paying for monthly access to this website. does this sound natural?
A: I think you should either say "I think I will be paying" or "I think I will pay"

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