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

The meaning of "Author" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the author suggested that discussion of diverse gender identities erased the concept of biological sex, a viewpoint widely deemed as transphobic.

In other words, she argued the issue from viewpoint of transphobia? mean?
A: The author said that talking about many different genders ignores the idea of biological sex. Other people said the author was transphobic.
Q: What does The author has no conflict of interest to disclose with respect to this presentation mean?
A: @Kyanacy conflict of interest is 利益相反...
Q: What does How can you consider the author's argument in your future response to rumors and the media? mean?
A: This is a poorly worded question and would be confusing to even a native English speaker. I think the question should be re-written to be more clear. "Consider" is a vague word here. Perhaps the question should be "As for your future response to rumors and the media, how do you interpret the author's argument in your own words?"
Q: What does The author has spared himself no pains in his endeavour to present... mean?
A: The author worked very hard to make his work easy to understand.
Q: What does The authors declare no conflict of interest. mean?
A: For example, if the researchers were researching possible dangers of artificial sweeteners, but they received money from Coca-Cola, that would be a conflict of interest.

To 'declare' means that they state it formally.

Example sentences using "Author"

Q: Please show me example sentences with author.
A: 彼は私の一番好きな作家だ!
"He is my favorite author!"

作家は私の本をサインした。
"The author signed my book."

あの作家の名前は何ですか
"What is that author's name?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with author.
A: The author of a book.

He authored a textbook.

This author is known for writing really gory action.

Synonyms of "Author" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between author and writer ?
A: There could be a few answers to this. The easiest and most accepted is that anyone can be a writer, however you can only be an author, if your writings have been published. Authors can also be called writers, but an unpublished writer, cannot be called an author.
Q: What is the difference between author and publisher ?
A: only if they made it available - an author of an internet blog is also the publisher because the same person wrote it and made it available.

But Lewis Carroll was not a publisher, because someone else printed his book.

Does that make sense?
Q: What is the difference between The author is most worried about and The author is more worried about ?
A: More worried about means worried more than something else specifically. I was more worried about Sam getting a good grade in math than in science. More is comparing two different things.

Most worried about means more worried than everything else. I was more worried about Sam getting a good grade in math then in all of his other subjects.
Q: What is the difference between author and writer ?
A: a writer is the person who writes the book and an author is the person who comes up with the idea. usually they are the same person and we often don't make a difference. you can use both of the words.
Q: What is the difference between author and writer ?
A: Authors are published writers who've written books, whereas anyone who writes for a job or as a hobby can call themselves a writer. So all authors are writers, but not all writers are authors. :)

Translations of "Author"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? ‎筆者が言うように、
→as the author says

何人かが言っているように、
→as some people say


Is this correct?
A: 正解です
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 筆者が言うように、
→as the author says

何人かが言っているように、
→as some people say


Is this correct?
A: Yes, correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? author
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? author
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Once a famous author said: (Then here I am going to include a quotation)
A: You can also say:
"Quote" –Author

Other questions about "Author"

Q: As the author writes, ”the consumer class now includes more than 1.7 billion people and nearly half of all consumers are now in developing countries, such as China and India”, I believe that when the countries develop, the consumer level also increases. Also, in those countries, China and India, there are many companies from other nations. Those two developing countries get new skills, and are creating advanced technologies, such as computers and smartphones. In this way, I believe that people’s lifestyle become better by the rising number of consumer. does this sound natural?
A: *believe that people's lifestyleS become better by the rising number of consumerS
Q: "I am the author of this article". Gracias :) does this sound natural?
A: Said slowly, then at a natural pace
Q: "The author points out that in a film about Heinrich and Gregor the king is presented as a good person but the Pope is shown as a bad character."

I am not really sure about the word order but I don't really know how to say it better :/ does this sound natural?
A: I would say "in the film" unless you don't know which one it is, but it sounds like you should. Perhaps put a comma after "good person".
Q: I've been interested by many of the authors that have been featured on the show so far.

I found the above sentence in a textbook.
But I think it should say "been interested in". In this case, useing "by" is right?
A: yes it should be "interested in"
Q: I've already had the author's new novel that will soon come out. does this sound natural?
A: It's difficult to tell which tense this is intended to be in. So I've suggested some different phrases:
"I've already had the author's new novel, which came out recently"
"I have the author's new novel which will come out soon" - this suggests you have the novel before it's official release.
"I will get the author's new novel, which will come out soon"
I hope this helps

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