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

The meaning of "Assignment" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Your assignment text mean?
A: It means the actual homework, what the teacher asked you to do.
Q: What does ex)when I finish this assignment, I will cut it off whole day
dictionary says "to cut it off" means "to sleep"
I already know the other meanings of it but does "to cut it off" actually have that meaning??
mean?
A: I've never heard it used that way before! You can say you'll 'cut something off' or 'cut it short ' - 《 My night out was cut short -so I could go home and sleep- 》, but I've never heard or seen it used to mean sleep itself.
Q: What does He leaves on assignment. mean?
A: He leaves to another location for work. Used often for the military, but other occupations as well.
Q: What does Knowing where an assignment falls in this progression can help you concentrate on the specific mean?
A: you face= you recieve/you get/you encounter
Q: What does This assignment has to be turned in before midnight. mean?
A: @johnsonxd601: It means "submit". If the teacher tells you "This assignment has to be turned in before midnight" it means that you need to submit it/give it to the teacher before midnight.

Example sentences using "Assignment"

Q: Please show me example sentences with You are as passionate as if it was your own assignment.

Is it("as" in the "as possible") correct or wrong?

I think it seems like that( You are passionate as if it was~)

Could you tell me about that, please?.
A: It’s correct! Sometimes we omit the first “as” in spoken conversation depending on the comparison, but officially, both are necessary.

“She’s as skinny as a runway model.”
“That was as hard as the SAT.” (시험)

“Wow, you’re cold as ice.”
“He’s mean as a dog.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with "due". "My assignment is due January 17" meaning I have to turn my assignment at the beginning of 17 or at the end of 16? .
A: Beginning of the 17th.
If it said “due by January 17,” then it would be at the end of the 16th.

“Due January 17” is like saying “due on January 17th”
Q: Please show me example sentences with assignment.
A: I have an assignment to finish.
My assignment in math was very hard.

Synonyms of "Assignment" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between assignment and homework ?
A: homework is just something given to kids at school.
Teachers could interchange the word homework with assignments.

But if you're an adult with a job, you wouldn't really refer to it as homework.

And we wouldn't use these words with our friends. They sound formal. We would simply say something like, "did you do what I asked". or "I told you to..."
... or maybe we would use "task"
Q: What is the difference between assignment and homework ?
A: They are often used interchangeably.
“Our teacher gave us a lot of homework today”
“The assignment is to write a one page essay”
Q: What is the difference between "submitting assignments" and "turning in the assignments" ?
A: deadline and due date are also pretty much the same, except that deadline can be an exact time as in 10 am on Saturday.
Q: What is the difference between assignment and homework ?
A: Homework is always for outside of class.

An assignment can be for inside of class or outside of class.
Q: What is the difference between I'll get the assignment done by tomorrow. and I'll finish the assignment by tomorrow. ?
A: They both mean the same thing. no big difference.

Translations of "Assignment"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A. how would you manage to finish the assignment in time?
B. I'll just have to hand them in late.


what does hand them in late mean?
A: “To hand the assignment “ means to give it to the teacher
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? assignment
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? assignment
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私が出来るのはここまでです。(assignments)
途中まででしか出来ていません。
A: I am able to do up to here.
I was only able to do it up to halfway.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? assignment
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Assignment"

Q: Can this be more academic? I

Additionally, it is highly relative to the assignment topic as it explores issues (e.g. low public expenditure despite the high high-income rate, non-practical standards for families, etc) and identifies overarching regulatory strategies established by a number of organisations.
A: I think this is good as it is.

Like I said on the other post, if you break it up into 2 seperate sentences, it will be even more clear.

Like this:
Additionally, it is highly relative(do you mean relavent?) to the assignment topic (assigned topic?) as it explores issues such as low public expenditure despite the high-income rate (just one 'high' here should be OK), non-practical standards for families, etc. It also identifies overarching regulatory strategies established by a number of organisations.
Q: I'll do my assignment does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good!
Q: i am writing an English assignment, and my teacher said that "reason" and "why" can not be used in the same sentence (ex. the reason why something is blah blah)
and i wrote a sentence that goes like "there are many reasons why exercising should be a part of everyone's routine"
and i just can't think of any other way of saying this without using both "reason" and "why"
Sooo if anyone could help me with this i'd be more than thankful 💕
A: Just delete "why" :)

There are many reasons exercising should be part of everyone's routine.
Q: A: How's your assignment going?
B: Huh? ...Oh, yes. I've completely forgotten about it! 😖
A: You have only a week left until your presentation.
B: What should I do...? Anyway, I'd better start preparing for it right away.
Thanks so much for reminding me of it.
B: No problem. does this sound natural?
A: I think あっ、そうだった! should be translated as "Oh, !"

A: How's your assignment going?
B: Huh? ...Oh, assignment! I've completely forgotten about it!

But the dialog in the current state is also natural, because it contains a nice comedic undertone:

A: How's your assignment going?
B: Huh? ...Oh, yes. I've completely forgotten about it! 👍
A: Don't "oh yes" me!

Obviously, "B" is for ボケ! (笑)
Q: "I finished the assignment by/for myself."
Does the meaning changes, depending on "by" or "for"?
A: Yes! By myself would mean that you finished the assignment alone. For myself would mean that you finished it for your own benefit or gain. (Ex: I ate by myself/I bought this dress for myself)

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