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

The meaning of "Animal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does domestic animal mean?
A: A domestic animal lives NEAR your house or INSIDE your house. Outside the house are barnyard animals that live inside fenced areas, such as horses, donkeys, pigs, chickens, sheep. These are domesticated, not wild. They are distinct from WILD animals that cannot live inside fences: wolves, cougars, coyotes.
Completely domesticated animals can live inside the house, especially cats and dogs.
Q: What does Why would an animal became animated when an author agitated students by shouting at them? mean?
A: In this context, animated means excited. If the author yelled at the students, and the students got upset and started moving around, then if there was, for example, a dog nearby, the dog might get excited and start running around or barking.
Q: What does The animals slowly got down into the water when we threw them hollow, balloonlike rice crackers, and chased the floating balls until, pushed by hundreds of gaping animals, they were soaked and crushed to pieces. mean?
A: It means that all the animals rushed into the water to get the rice crackers, and because they were all rushing to get them, the crackers got soaked and crushed to pieces.
Q: What does an old animal as swaybacked as i ever saw mean?
A: swaybacked = with a back that's very saggy (like the horse in the picture)
as ~ as I ever saw = the most ~ thing I've ever seen
Q: What does It would be neat to be a vet.You get to play with animals all day. mean?
A: yes, it can also mean that someone is clean and tidy, but in this context it means cool :)

Example sentences using "Animal"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stuffed animal.
A: Ex:
My favorite stuffed animal is a teddy bear.
My daughter really likes stuffed animals because they are soft and provide her a sense of comfort.
Mom is getting me a unicorn stuffed animal for Christmas.
Q: Please show me example sentences with animals.
A: I am scared of animals.
I love animals.
Some animals live in the jungle, others in water.
Q: Please show me example sentences with do we use "he-she" or just "it" with animals?.
A: with animals you can use he/she but it's better to use it if you don't know it's gender but in general we use it more for animals
Q: Please show me example sentences with animals.
A: The animals walked to the park.
Animals are beautiful.
Animals are loud.
I like animals.
Do you like animals?
Animals come in many shapes and sizes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with animals in English .
A: We went to the zoo and saw many animals.
My classmates were acting like animals.
My favorite animal is a tiger.

Synonyms of "Animal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between wild animal and wildlife ?
A: Wild animal and wildlife are synonymous. But often, you would only refer to a singular animal in the wild as a wild animal. Wildlife covers the general population of anything that lives in the wild.
Q: What is the difference between a wild animal and some wild animal ?
A: "There is a wild animal here." "There are some wild animals here."
Q: What is the difference between What do you think is the strongest animal in the world? and What do you think the strongest animal in the world is? ?
A: They both ask the same question, you are asking the person their personal opinion on that question.

You can also say it like. "Which animal do you think is the strongest animal in the world?"
Q: What is the difference between animal and creature ?
A: a creature can be an animal or for example a monster like a vampire or something; it's alive but it's not an animal
Q: What is the difference between animal sounds and animal voices ?
A: Voices are associated with talking. So in real life, we say animal sounds or animal noises.

Animal voices would only apply for movies/animations where the animal's character talk.

Translations of "Animal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the same animal year when u were born
A: "Sign of the Chinese zodiac," or "Chinese zodiac sign."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this animal
A: Pangolin
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this animal
A: hedgehog
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do you say this animal?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say this animal in English?
A: Hamster, I think... or maybe it's a guinea pig.

Other questions about "Animal"

Q: Although animal testing is important to scientific research, researchers should reduce the pain that animals have to suffer during the experiment. Does this sound natural?
A: Okay, sure. One way I might write it:

Although animal testing is an important part of scientific research, researchers should strive to reduce the pain inflicted on animals during experimentation.

Another way (closer to yours):

Although animal testing is important for scientific research, researchers should minimize the pain that animals suffer during these experiments.
Q: it's about animal habitats."under the sea"is “海底”,"in the forest "is “森林里”,“frozen arctic”is“北极冰川”,then “african Safari” is "非洲xx”?
A: Ahh, they are saying by going on an African safari you would see these animals.
I am guessing the "under the sea" part has pictures of fish and other sea creatures?
It looks like they are all about the animals you would see in those different places. Penguins in the frozen arctic?
Q: I want to watch animals in the wilderness, not in a zoo. Does this sound natural?
A: Neither of them means barren.

Wilderness = wild, uncultivated, uninhabited by people.

(A remote forest could be wilderness.)

"In the wild" = not in captivity, or not domesticated

"In the wilderness" = in a remote wild place
Q: If I want to teach animal sounds toa kid can I ask like this:
" what does a cow say?"
:"it say moo."

or I should ask "what is the sound of a cow?"
A: What sound does a cow make? or What does a cow say?

It moo's. or It goes moo. or It says moo.
Q: I am really fond of animals. It is my honor to be their human servant. Does this sound natural?
A: The sentences are grammatically correct, but they sound confusing and exaggerated. Depending on what you mean, you can use either of the following:
1. I really enjoy taking care of animals. I'm willing to be their "servant".
2. I worship animals. It's my honor to be their human servant. (This sounds very weird though. Lol)

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