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

The meaning of "Are" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Are you junk? mean?
A: @Ruhi: it is an insult
Q: What does Are you sure you aren't be lazy? mean?
A: It means that maybe you're just making excuses and the problem isn't what you're saying it is, but rather your own lack of effort.

It can have a skeptical tone but is more often used slightly in jest
Q: What does Are you angling for success? mean?
A: Angling is a form of fishing.

When you are "angling for sucess" you are "fishing for success".

In this way, it is a slang term where fishing/angling means "searching, seeking, or striving to achieve".
Q: What does Are you over me? mean?
A: To get over someone means to forget them (after breakup of a romantic relationship, etc).
Q: What does Are you around at all that day? mean?
A: =この日は全然側にいませんか。
=Are not not going to be around at all that day?

Example sentences using "Are"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Are there some smooth ways to use the imperative/commanding style without coming over too hard?.
A: Give me the book.
Please give me the book.
Can you (please) give me the book?
Could you (please) give me the book?

("Please" can go at the end of the sentence too.)

It also depends on how you say it. If you have a calm or positive tone, it might not sound too demanding.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Are you kidding?.
A: “You won? Are you kidding me? You definitely cheated!”
Are you kidding me? That’s awesome!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with "We're here", "We're there", "Are we there?" and "We're almost there".
A: Child: "Are we there yet Mum?"
Mother: "Soon, soon, we're almost there."
Child: "Ok, tell me when we're there!"
...
Mother: "We're here!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with Are you serious?.
A: You didn't do your homework?! Are you serious?

宿題をしなかったんだ? マジで?

You forgot your keys? Are you serious?

鍵を忘れたんだ? マジで?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Are you full with the food? Is this right and sound natural.
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Are" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Are you ok? and You are ok? ?
A: Only "are you ok?" Is correct.
Q: What is the difference between half-cocked and half-assed and Are them offensive? ?
A: Half-cocked means unprepared. Half-assed means poorly done.

Half-cocked is definitely not offensive and refers to the act of cocking a gun. To cock a gun, you pull the hammer back, at which point it is ready to fire when the trigger is pulled. If your gun is half-cocked, you've done a poor job of preparing it to be used.

Half-assed I wouldn't describe as being offensive, but I also probably wouldn't say it in front of my grandmother.
Q: What is the difference between Are you really going out with him? and Are you really dating with him? ?
A: "Going out with so and so" may mean two things: going out to hang out or going out on a date. It gives the feeling that the pair is currently seeing each other and are not officially a couple.
You wouldn't say, "are you dating with so and so." You would say, "are you two dating?" which is asking, "are you two officially a couple?"
Q: What is the difference between Are you up for it? and Are you up to it? ?
A: •"Are you up for it?" means, "Do you want to do it?" or "Are you willing to do it?"

•"Are you up to it?" can also mean something similar but it also implies, "Are you able to do it?" while the other does not.
Q: What is the difference between Are you all right? and Are you ok? ?
A: Are you alright is a bit more formal but they are basically the same

Translations of "Are"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Are there other expressions of "Long time no see!" ?
A: It's been ages.
Haven't seen you for a while
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Are you on the lobby? in the lobby?
A: It would be "...in the lobby."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Are they professional singers? Is it work to sign in the bar?
A:

Are they singers in the bar?
Do they work in this bar as singers?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Are you use "shall" and "will" or just "will"?
A: "Do you use...."
Shall is mainly used these for asking permission or making a suggestion, such as "Shall I make a pot of tea?" , "Shall I hope that for you". Otherwise we tend to use will most of the time.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Are we gonna ever be better than this?
A: Many Americans say “gonna,” but I’d always write it “going to be.” The 1st pronunciation is more professional, the second is casual, the third is extremely casual.

Other questions about "Are"

Q: Are these sentences correct?
1. The committee consisted variously of organizations was dismissed.
2. An associate used my bicycle had an accident.
3. The song composed by my acquaintance sounds nice to me.
4. A colleague of mine believed aliens don't exist has quit our company.
A: 1. The committee consisting of various organizations was dismissed.
2. An associate used my bicycle and had an accident.
3. This is technically correct but would sound better as A song that an acquaintance of mine wrote sounds nice. (The ‘to me’ is unnecessary as it is implied.)
4. A colleague of mine, who believed aliens don’t exist, had quit our company. (Has left our company would sound better though.)
Q:
Are these the same?
He say : Both meaning --> Strange.
A: Yes
- Jack is behaving crazy.
- Jack is acting crazy.
'acting crazy' is an expression for 'behaving crazy'.
Q: Are they both correct?

1.He stepped down as leader in favor of his rival. (He was the leader)
2.He stepped down as leader was in favor of his rival. (He and the leader are two individuals)
A:

1
It’s fine. It’s not better – the article is actually kind of unnecessary here.

2/3
It’s not better because it is not the same thing.
The second one seems to indicate that although the leader preferred the rival previously, he or she does not prefer the rival any more. None of this is indicated in the first version.

Q: Are these passive voice sentences correct?
A:

The first one seems right

Good care will be taken by her of the baby – that is how I would write the second one

Q: Are they sound natural for following sentences?


1.Sometimes we will forget somthing important until somebody tells/reminds us.

2.Sometimes we forget something important until someone tells/reminds us.
A: Both sentences are good but I find the second sentence sounds more natural.

If it is okay, I would like to correct your question though? "Do these following sentences sound natural?" is a better way to phrase the question. Or "Are these following sentences natural?"

我希望你不介意我纠正你 🙈

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