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

The meaning of "Adventure" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does follow my adventures! mean?
A:
“Follow my adventures” means to follow along on the adventures I’m going on. Keep up with what I’m doing.
People would typically say this on tv or books.
If you want to say this in person you can say “join me on my adventures” or “come with me on my adventures
Q: What does Please join me in this adventure, this adventure to nowhere mean?
A: por favor únete a mí en esta aventura, en esta aventura a ninguna parte.
Q: What does go on an adventure mean?
A: 모험하다 랑 같은 말입니다!

an adventure is a journey where it is a bit risky and dangerous.
Q: What does the adventures of Tom sawyer mean?
A: @YINGHUICAO: It is a book by Mark Twain 😊 it means adventures that Tom Sawyer is going on ❤️
Q: What does I'm not one for adventure mean?
A: I like my boring life, I'm not one for adventure. I don't want excitement in my life.

Example sentences using "Adventure"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hair-raising adventure.
A:
Extremely alarming, astonishing or frightening adventure
ex Zipline was my hair raising Adventure to overcome my acrophobia.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with adventure .
A: I am going on an adventure.
The adventure was fun.
I shall continue on my adventure.

Synonyms of "Adventure" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between adventure and venture ?
A: This is a REALLY hard question, even though I speak English fluently hahaha...

I would only use "venture" when I am "daring" to do something dangerous or risky:

He ventured into the Sahara Desert alone and without any water. (This is dangerous because the desert is hot and he will need water, so I used "venture").

In almost every other case, I would use "adventure":

My brother and I went on an adventure in Europe. (Not as dangerous as the Sahara desert; we were just exploring)
Q: What is the difference between adventure and venture ?
A: adventure means to explore a new place or try a new thing. venture means to dare to do something (usually dangerous or unpleasant)
Q: What is the difference between adventure and venture ?
A: First of all, the correct word is adventure and it means aventura. It can't be a verb, while venture can be either a verb - meaning to go on an adventure, usually a risky one, or to take a leap of faith, sort of - or a noun - said risky act.

For instance:

I'm going on an adventure.

The explorer ventured into the jungle.

I have a new business venture in mind.
Q: What is the difference between adventure and venture ?
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Q: What is the difference between adventure and venture ?
A: Adventure is a noun that infers exploration:
- Ex. We went on an adventure.

Venture is a verb when talking about exploration:
- Ex. We ventured into the forest.

Translations of "Adventure"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I was very excited about my new adventure. I enjoyed every single moment of making plans for my Italian trip.

any errors on my writing?
A: I only changed one thing, but everything else was perfect. :)

I was very excited about my new adventure. I enjoyed every single moment when* making plans for my Italian trip.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? adventure
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? adventure
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? adventure
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? adventure
A: Ad-vhen-cher

Other questions about "Adventure"

Q: Which he goes on to use against every adventure title later in the film
A: @Superman94 well thanos got the stone right? and he uses the stone on every avenger on the planet titian later in the movie
Q: Please show me how to pronounce adventure and mountain .
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Q: We set off for an adventure. does this sound natural?
A: I think that's just fine. You could also say "We set off ON an adventure". They're basically equivalent, with some nuances.

Subtle difference 1: With "on", the adventure probably starts as soon as you set off. This isn't necessarily true with "for" (maybe you have to travel a bit before the adventure starts).

Subtle difference 2: With "for", the adventure is probably the reason for choosing to set off. With "on", this isn't necessarily the case (maybe you didn't know it would be an adventure at the time, but you're telling the story afterwards).
Q: We are looking forward to discuss your adventure in Down Under! does this sound natural?
A: We are looking forward to discussing your adventure from Down Under!
Q: The adventure movie is the type of movie I don't like because all of adventure movies have the same ending that the justice wins the evil.

Could you correct the unnatural mistakes in this sentence? For a native expression
A: "I don't like adventure movies because they all end the same way, with justice defeating evil" The last part about justice and evil can actually be said in many ways, but that's just one

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