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

The meaning of "Approach" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I am also quite flexible in my approach mean?
A: In this context, "approach" = method. So, to be "flexible" in your "approach" means you can adapt your method to be better for a situation.

"A good teacher should be quite flexible in their approach depending on the student's learning style."
Q: What does low-intervention medical approach to children’s health. mean?
A: I think that means focusing on diet and exercise and only prescribing medicine and such when it's completely necessary.
Q: What does approach mean?
A: To come towards
Here's an example:
The man approached her.

Basically he came towards her
Q: What does A results-first approach is another hallmark of the pragmatist leadership style. mean?
A: @Tochara: It means that one of the defining features of a pragmatist leadership style is prioritizing results over other things (like friendship, for example)

Pragmatism is basically valuing something for it's practicality or usefulness.
Q: What does I’ve tried every approach to living and I’ve tried, tried it all. I haven’t tried everything, but I’ve tried every approach. Sometimes you have to try everything to get the approach the same. mean?
A: The person is saying they've tried everything they possibly can in some sort of experience (living, I guess). They're also saying that sometimes you have to try everything to figure out what works best for you, basically. Hope this makes sense.

Example sentences using "Approach"

Q: Please show me example sentences with approach.
A: They did take an uncommon approach in the game.

the lion will soon approach the gazelle and ask it for directions to the pond.

If you could, please, approach the lion carefully.

The rocket is currently approaching mach 5 (velocity).

the mosquito approached you before it bit.

Q: Please show me example sentences with approach .
A: I approached the cat with caution.
He's easy to approach and amiable.
Oh? You're approaching me?
The chairman approaches the topic with his students as a discussion.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to approach .
A:
“It is hard to approach people sometimes because of my social anxiety”
“I had to take a different approach because my last plan didn’t work out”
Hope this helps!😊
Q: Please show me example sentences with approach.
A:

Coming closer to something:
I will approach a snarling dog with caution.

The approach to the house was lined with trees.

My approach shot to the 14th green was so good that I only need one putt.

Attitude or angle to come at an issue :
Cartoonists take a humorous approach to politics

My approach to life is to always be positive.


Q: Please show me example sentences with parochial (restricted in one's approach).
A: "Parochial" is a term used most often to describe a religious education or school, i.e. "parochial school." (Usually Catholic.)

"As she had been educated in a convent school, her worldview on certain things was decidedly parochial."

Synonyms of "Approach" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I was impressed by their approach to providing services. and I was impressed by their approach to provide services. ?
A: So you make sure whether this is a preposition or a part of an infinitive. And you use a gerund after a preposition because a preposition needs an object. But if it is not,then you should use a bare infinitive (an infinitive without ''to'' because you already have to before).
Q: What is the difference between approach and method and way and idea ?
A: Way would be the informal one and method would be used more professionally.
Q: What is the difference between They approached at me and They approached to me ?
A: It should be: They approached me.
Q: What is the difference between approach and access ?
A: Approach and access are also nouns (in addition to being verbs). Here are some examples:

The approach to the zoo was clearly marked but when we arrived, there was no access, as the entrance was closed.

An approach is the way leading to something or somewhere

Access is the ability to enter or get into something

Here's another example:

David was not successful with dating. His approach to romance was clumsy, not charming.

Here, "approach" is the way he went about dating ... the way he dealt with dating.
Q: What is the difference between approach and method ?
A: "approach" can be a verb and noun.

"method" is only a noun"

"approach" and "method" has some similarities but "method" is use for logical or well-known rules.

Examples
1) War is a method of violence ✔️
2) War is an approach of violence ✖️

1) I like learning English using only my own approach ✔️

2) I like learning English using the SMART method✔️

Translations of "Approach"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? According to the Marxist approach when interpreting the history of mankind argues that it consists of five stages...

Does this sentence makes sense? Or how can i change it?
A: According to the Marxists, while Interpreting the history of mankind they argue that it consists of five stages.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? approaches
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Other questions about "Approach"

Q: "approach" How's my pronunciation? Does this sound natural?
A: sorry. it is natural.
Q: (As a written English)
Owning to this approach, we can show how effortlessly to deal with that situation. Does this sound natural?
A: Owing to this approach, we can show how effortlessly that situation is dealt with.
Q: For me, all the approach you took to her seems so vague. She must have been confused. Does this sound natural?
A: Just drop "all".

For me, the approach you took to her seems so vague. She must have been confused.
Q: The approach of Japanese government towards war in the past is very passive, they downplay the Japan’s darker side as the government approved history textbooks are showed in a deemphasised way and rather victimise themselves. Does this sound natural?
A: The approach of the Japanese government towards the wars has in the past been very passive. It downplays Japan´s darker side as the history textbooks do not emphasise the wars as historical events. Rather, the govenment sees itself as a victim of the wars fought.
Q: It's a good approach but there has to be a risk Does this sound natural?
A: I suggest saying "It's a good approach but there has to be some risks"

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