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

The meaning of "Alway" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ‎we alway speak with intonation to our voice and we'll change our meaning depending on that. you take that channel of information out of communication.

'you take that channel of information out of communication' mean?
A: If you speak without intonation, part of the meaning is lost (not communicated)
Q: What does she alway used that off-white leather binding mean?
A: @engelg904 off white is a color like creamish ivory and leather binding is a binding on the core of the book, made with leather
Q: What does He is alway bust. mean?
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Example sentences using "Alway"

Q: Please show me example sentences with i alway go to school.
A: “I always go to school, even if I’m sick.”

Synonyms of "Alway" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between alway and always ?
A: You would never use alway - always is the correct one. Alway also sounds incredibly unnatural, so stick to always :)
Q: What is the difference between alway and always ?
A: alway is not really a word. (it's an old word meaning all along that is not really used any more)
Q: What is the difference between alway and through and throughout ?
A: “Through” (spelled with an “o”) has an etymological derivation completely different from “through” (spelled with a “u”).

The first one comes from the Greek word for “sesquicentennial” and was not allowed to be spoken aloud except when standing (concurrently) on Mount Olympus.

The second word is etymologically from the Homosapian language used by cave people (we can no use the term “cave man”) somewhere between 7.135 million years ago and 7.136 million years ago (give or take a couple hours).

Though they were first used together in this sentence, there is no definitive proof (though much has been sought) that this will ever happen again

Translations of "Alway"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m alway feeling like couch potato
A: I always feel like a couch potato.

or

I feel like a couch potato all the time.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why did you alway angry with me?
A: Why *are* you always angry with me?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? always or alway ? what is difference? thanks
A: always
the word comes from “all + ways “
because the “all” is more than one the “way” needs to be plural so that’s why it’s always not alway
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i will alway be there for you
A: not sure if this is want u wanted though ㅋㅋ

Other questions about "Alway"

Q: I alway choose lesson is “free talk” does this sound natural?
A: × I alway choose lesson is “free talk”
✓ I alway choose the “free talk” lesson.

As an Eikaiwa instructor, we like to say “guided conversation” over “free talk”.
Q: I alway struggle to read foreigner's name. does this sound natural?
A: × I alway struggle to read foreigner's name.
✓ I always struggle to read foreigners’ names.

Q: It has alway been used about ten years ago.

or

It had always been used about ten years ago. does this sound natural?
A: Can you tell me more about what you are trying to say?
An example would help.

the .... about ten years ago.....isn’t making sense
....with the first part of the sentence.

What’s the It?

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About ten years ago we used the old tractor. It worked back then.

We have always used this recipe for bread. We’ve used it for the past ten years.

Q: I alway worry about ‘what should i eat for lunch?’ does this sound natural?
A: I always worry about 'what I should eat for lunch?'

or

"I aways worry about what to eat for lunch"

or

"I always worry about what I'm going to eat for lunch"
Q: ‎I alway bring many textbooks and work sheets. These are too heavy to carry and take up to many space and It is hard to find when it mixed. If these were replaced with I-pad, It would be efficient. does this sound natural?
A: The general idea gets across but some agreement corrections and slight changes in vocab can help a lot!

“I always bring lots of textbooks and worksheets.”
Good sentence, but a connector word will help set up the point of the paragraph.
“However, they are too heavy to carry and take up too much space; it is also hard to find what I need when they’re mixed up.”
It sounds unnatural to have two “and’s”. Split it up into two sentences or use a semi-colon like I did.
“It would be more efficient to replace these books and papers with an iPad.” or “If these books and papers were replaced with an iPad, it would be much more efficient.”

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