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

The meaning of "Antidepressant" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does it is the ultimate antidepressant. mean?
A: ye sabse uttam depression ko bhagane wali drugs hai

Other questions about "Antidepressant"

Q: ‎1. I took too many antidepressants and slept for 25 hours. It's good that I still work remotely, but now I have to complete 「2 days of work」.

2. I took too many antidepressants and slept for 25 hours. It's good that I still work remotely, but now I have to complete 「my work for 2 days」.

Which one is correct?
A: The first one is correct.
Q: ‎1. I took too many antidepressants and slept for 25 hours. It's good that I still work remotely, but now 「I've」to complete 2 days of work.

2. I took too many antidepressants and slept for 25 hours. It's good that I still work remotely, but now 「I have」to complete 2 days of work.

Which one is correct?
A: Actually, that isn't completely true. We don't contract "have" unless it's being used as an auxiliary. So in the sentence "I have been asleep", you can say "I've been asleep" because it isn't the main verb. However, if you said "I have three cats", you can't (or aren't supposed to in Standard English, anyway) say "I've three cats" because "have" is the main verb here.

Because of that, only 2 is correct because "have" is the main verb, not an auxiliary.
Q: I took too many antidepressants and slept for 25 hours. It's good that I still work remotely, but now I've to complete my work for 2 days. does this sound natural?
A: ×  It's good that I still work remotely, but now I've to complete my work for 2 days.
✓  It's good that I still work remotely, but now I have to complete 2 days of work.

Q: I took too many antidepressants and slept for 25 hours. The last time I slept for so long was in my high school years. does this sound natural?
A: × The last time I slept for so long was in my high school years.
✓ The last time I slept so long was in high school.

if you are specifically trying to sound british I'd reccomend using "secondary school" instead of "high school" ;people will still know what you mean it's just more convenient.
Q: "antidepressants" are there different ways of pronoucing it in USA or in Canada?
A: You can pronounce “anti” as “an-tee” or “an-tie”

Both are correct. It really just depends on the speaker and whatever comes out haha. Sometimes I’ll switch between the pronunciation. I wouldn’t say one is more common or correct than the other but I hear “an-tee” more just because it’s softer ? I guess haha

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