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

The meaning of "Aura" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Adding to his aura was his simple humanity. mean?
A: “Adding to his atmosphere was his simple compassion.” So it means he’s surrounding (atmosphere) was filled with compassion, love...

I hope this helps :)
Q: What does aura mean?
A: it means like "sense" or "feeling" or "atmosphere" like

The old house has an aura of horror.

The old house has a sense of horror

Q: What does aura mean?
A: aura=a very light halo of light, positive emotion surrounding someone or something.
"She has a very nice aura about her." = She has a pleasant look. She's very nice.

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "He may have that innocent aura to him because of how much he didn't understand about certain things since he had never been exposed to them, but one thing he knew for sure was that he wasn't vulnerable. He knew how to stand up for himself" how to reword
A:
Directly from your paragraph I would put it like this:
“he may have an innocent aura around him, because he didn’t understand everything about certain things around him since he didn’t get exposed to them, but there was one thing he knew for sure: He wasn’t vulnerable, because he knew how to stand up for himself.”

However I would personally write it as:

“It may seem like he has an innocent aura around him, because he doesn’t understand everything people say to him or show him. He doesn’t understand those because he hasn’t been exposed to them before, thus it can seem like he’s ‘innocent’. However, he knows one thing for sure: he isn’t vulnerable, because he knows how to stand up for himself.”

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? aura
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? L'exposition aura bel et bien lieu le mois prochain.
A: "The exhibition will totally take place next month." Tu peux utilise "totally" pour une conversation informelle, mais le mot plus soutenu est "indeed."

Other questions about "Aura"

Q: I'd like to know what "take on the aura" means in this:
The picture seemed to take on the aura of an ancient work of art.
A: It's a poetic way to say that the picture seemed similar to an ancient work of art. When you look at the picture, you feel as if you are looking at an ancient work of art.

An aura usually means something like an energy field. So when I read this sentence, I feel like the picture is reaching out to me and becoming three-dimensional.
Q: I give off an exotic aura! does this sound natural?
A:
It's syntactically correct, the grammar is right but it would not be used in english, often at least. Though its 100% correct.
Q: I felt they have a different aura from other bands. does this sound natural?
A: Very natural!
Q: He said that I had an aura which makes it difficult to talk to me though I wasn't intended to do so. does this sound natural?
A: ✔️ - He said that I had an aura which makes me difficult to talk to though I didn't intend to convey such an aura.
Q: Somehow his aura made me not be able to ask a question. does this sound natural?
A: "Somehow his presence made me too nervous to ask a question"

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