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

The meaning of "Again" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does that's why the most this and the most that again mean?
A: Ok I see...

The most this and the most that = being the best / being very successful / having the best things

He's contrasting all his success to the past when he was evicted. He's saying it's great that is so successful and has nice things, but at the end of the day the memory of being poor and nearly homeless keeps him grounded and humble.

Does that make sense?
Q: What does again mean?
A:
Once more, another time

Ex- We should get lunch again.
It rained again.
Q: What does again mean?
A: to do something over
Q: What does at it again mean?
A: Generally, it is an expression you use when someone repeatedly does an action you object to. This action has to be habitual.

For example:

My noisy neighbor is always playing loud music at night. Look, he's at it again.
Q: What does again mean?
A: Otra vez / de nuevo

Example sentences using "Again"

Q: Please show me example sentences with It’s me again!.
A: "Hello! It's me again!"
"Hey, it's me again! It's great to see you again."
You can use "its me again" whenever you are greeting the same person you have already seen or spoken to that day.
It's a friendly and humorous extension to a "hello".

I hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with all over again .
A: we are doing it all over again.

I'm starting all over again.
Q: Please show me example sentences with again and again.
A: I tell you again and again to study,but you ignored me.Now you are failing!
Q: Please show me example sentences with again and again.
A: You can never give up, you have to keep trying again and again

Synonyms of "Again" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between again and anymore ?
A: I think this is a followup to my previous answer, so let me explain:

I will never have a relationship with her again: I had a relationship, now I don't, I won't have another relationship with her. The relationship ended, so you don't use "anymore" in this sentence. You say "again" because you would be starting a new/second relationship.

Other examples:
I'll never do that again.
You should never go there again.
He asked me the same question again.
(All of these are completed actions and you are talking about repeating the action.)

I don't have a relationship with her anymore/We're not in a relationship anymore: I had a relationship but now I don't. Anymore is used here to indicate that it existed before but now it doesn't. You're not talking about what will happen in the future, only saying that your previous relationship is over.

I don't want anything to do with her anymore: Same idea as above. I wanted to know her in the past, now I don't.

Examples:
I don't like peanut butter anymore. (I used to like it, now I don't.)
He doesn't want to go anymore. (He wanted to go, now he doesn't.)
They aren't fun anymore. (They used to be fun, now they're not.)
Q: What is the difference between again and over again and over and over again and all over again ?
A: "Again" is used when the same thing happened more than once, or if someone does the same thing more than once. For example, "I drove to that restaurant again".

"Over again" is never really used, people usually say "all over again", and that is used when a process happens again or when it's repeated. For example, "doing you homework" can be a process. Let's say you lost your homework, so you'll have to do it again. So people will say "I lost my homework, so I have to do it all over again", which means that the person will have to repeat the process of "doing their homework" again.

"Over and over again" is used when the same process happens a lot of times or if someone repeats the same process many times. For example, "throwing a ball" can be a process, so when someone throws a ball repeatedly, you can say: "that person is throwing the ball over and over again".

I hope I was able to help!
Q: What is the difference between again and all over again ?
A: they're basically the same, but "all over again" predicts that you start something from the beginning.
Q: What is the difference between again and once again ?
A: 'again' →「また」、「重ねて」
'once again' →「もう一度」、「もう一回」
'Again' is to repeat at least one more time, but likely or possibly several more times if necessary. If you say 'once again', it means just one more time.
Q: What is the difference between again and gain
?
A: gain= to get
again= to repeat

Translations of "Again"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? again
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? again
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? again
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? again
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? again
A: Again/another time/once more

It depends

Can you say it again?
Can you go another time?
Can you show me once more?

Other questions about "Again"

Q: Hello again, I’ve been talking with my colleagues, and apparently they have been doing some reforms in the building lately, so probably that is the reason of the smell, as we have got complaints from other apartments in the building today swell. They are working to solve the problem as soon as possible. In the meantime, I will bring you an air freshener today about 5:00pm, I hope it helps. My sincere apologies. does this sound natural?
A: Hello again, I’ve been talking with my colleagues and apparently they have been doing some reforms in the building lately. so probably that is the reason for the smell, also we have got complaints from other apartments in the building today as well. They are working to solve the problem as soon as possible, in the meantime I will bring you an air freshener today at about 5:00pm, I hope it helps. My sincere apologies

I just fixed some of the spelling and grammar up.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce again.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce "again" :D.
A:
“Could you say that again?”
“I wish I could go to Mexico again soon!”
“I hope that doesn’t happen again!”
Q: Hello again Mr J

I hope you're doing better. I wouldn't like bothering you but I don't have more pills to take
Could you get another prescription from the doctor ?

Please let me know
Thank you

MAKES SENSE? does this sound natural?
A: I hope you're doing better. I don't like having to bother you, but I ran out of pills. Could you get another prescription from the doctor?
Q: Hello again, I hope that you reply to my message. Your website is a place where anyone can buy or sell freely without violating the rules, not the place for insults or settling scores like what he's done, by accusing me that I am a crook. The crook will not accept by any means to return the money that he had stolen, and will not show his address. Know that I can give you my E-mail which is attached to my credit card to assure that what I said to you about him is true. He doesn't have the right to insult or threaten me after issuing a refund because of the opened case, nor lying in the name of you, because you are accredited company. Waiting for your reply. Thanks,
does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good! However there are some minor mistakes:

"...by accusing me of being a crook."

"A crook will not accept..."

"...because you are an accredited company."

"I will be waiting for your reply."

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