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

The meaning of "Answering" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does answering smile mean?
A: to smile back at someone who smailed at you first
Q: What does answering mean?
A: the present participle of "answer"

Example sentences using "Answering"

Q: Please show me example sentences with false and wrong? When do you use “false” and “wrong”. Thank you for answering me?.
A: Common collocations:
False information
False teeth
False eyelashes
True or false?
False testimony

Wrong answer
Wrong way
Wrong direction
Wrong one
Wrong person
Wrong decision
Wrong choice

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Synonyms of "Answering" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between When answering the sentence ”Is every town in the world beautiful ?”.
No, not every town is beautiful. and No, every town isn't beautiful. ?
A: In usage they generally mean the same. Some towns are beautiful but some aren't.

But technically, "not every town is beautiful" means some towns aren't beautiful but some are, while "every town isn't beautiful" means no town is beautiful.

This is just an example of a common but technically incorrect usage.
Q: What is the difference between answering machine or voicemail and answering machine or voicemail ?
A: Answering machine is the physical object that people left messages on, a voicemail is what you get when you call someone’s digital phone. They are used mostly interchangeably nowadays
Q: What is the difference between to put off answering and to put off the answer ?
A: Good question. This is my opinion.

“Put off answering” implies you don’t want to think about the answer OR you know the answer but don’t want to tell the person.
“Put off an answer” implies you know the answer but won’t tell the person.

Very similar meaning. The first is less direct and is more commonly used (probably because it is less direct).
Q: What is the difference between you have been answering after two years and you are answering after two years ?
A: You have been implies that they have done it more than one time, it is a continuous thing
Q: What is the difference between It was easy for me answering that question. and It was easy for me to answer that question. ?
A: I think they are both the same.

Translations of "Answering"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When answering to the phrase " I love you", is it awkward to say "me too"?
A: It's completely okay to answer, "I love you," by saying, "Me too." Whoever you say it to won't think it's awkward, but someone would usually reply with an, "I love you, too." So, you can say either of those things and the meaning won't change. :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I almost forgot to continue answering my math exercises . does this phrase sounds natural?



A: Uma maneira mais natural seria “I almost forgot to finish the math exercises”, que é traduzida literalmente para “Eu quase esqueci de terminar os exercícios de matemática.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? answering
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Could you help me answering 5.1? I am not sure about it. Thankss
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thank you for you answer, thank you for you answering or thank you for your answer? which one is correct?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Answering"

Q: To answering your question ..... Does this sound natural?
A: Are you trying to say "to answer your question..." ?
Q: Can you stop answering me in English? I am not capable! When I ask a question in English translated incorrectly, can you answer me with the best skills in French and / or Finnish, translated or not? Can you answer my questions in French?
A: @Kira-En-Miami
Comment pouvez-vous apprendre si vous n'essayez pas? Vous continuez à insister sur les réponses en français ou en finnois ... mais vous ne progresserez jamais si vous n'obtenez pas une exposition constante à la langue anglaise. Vous pouvez pratiquer vos compétences en lecture et en expression orale en lisant les réponses anglaises de tout le monde pour améliorer votre anglais. Ensuite, regardez dans un dictionnaire pour tout ce que vous ne connaissez pas.
Q: I always enjoy answering questions and asking whether my composition is right or wrong at this site.
It's about 23 o'clock in Japan.
To improve my English, I am trying to write English sentences about some topics but I can't possibly hit on a topic. Does this sound natural?
A: I'm not 100% sure, I've honestly never heard or seen it, but i did look it up, and I can't seem to find an idiom like that, (it was only a really quick search) but you are very welcome!
Q: I started answering for questions that asking about Japanese. Does this sound natural?
A: "I started answering questions that ask about Japanese."
Q: He has had = He had and he has now
He had = He had in the past but no more

Is this correct?

(Thank you for answering, now here is a cute dog)
A: I see what you mean now :D

1. He has had an addiction to alchohol.
2. He had an addiction to alchohol.

I think that they both mean that he had an addiction, but doesn't anymore.
They are very similar, but the main difference between them is that #1 is more passive, and #2 is more active. What this means is that if you say #1, you sound a little more indifferent than if you say #2. However, it's a very subtle difference and isn't really definite in normal conversation.

Good question!

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