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

The meaning of "Calendar" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I can't believe I got fired from the calendar factory. All I did was take a day off. mean?
A: It is a joke! "take a day off" means to have a holiday or vacation day. But here, it implies that the person removed a day from the calandars and that is why they got fired.
Q: What does [within 1 calendar year] mean?
A: It means from 1st of January to 31st of December, not roughly from when you started to roughly when you ended something.
Q: What does [within 1 calendar year] mean?
A: Calendar year is from January 1st to December 31st.

A year is 365 days from now.
Q: What does Complete the calendar. Use the months in bold in activity 1. Two months - April and November - are already on the calendar. mean?
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Q: What does calendar
mean?
A: A calender is something that shows the dates of the month or year.

Example sentences using "Calendar"

Q: Please show me example sentences with calendar .
A: "I'm not sure when the meeting is, I'll check the calendar"

"The dates are marked on the calendar"
Q: Please show me example sentences with calendar .
A: I looked at the calender to see when I wasn't busy.

I wrote her birthday on my calender so that I wouldn't forget it.

Synonyms of "Calendar" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between calendar and agenda ?
A: A calendar is usually used to keep track of dates.

An agenda is usually like a to-do list.
Q: What is the difference between I saw your calendar and you are super busy today. and I saw your calendar and you were super busy today. ?
A: "Are" is present or future. While "were" is past tense.

"We are going to the store"
They aren't at the store and haven't been there yet.

"We are at the store"
They are currently there

"We were at the store"
They went to the store but are no longer there
Q: What is the difference between per calendar month and per month ?
A: A "month" and a "calendar month" usually mean the same thing, but not always.
A month could mean from 21 March to 21 April, and then the next month after that would mean from 21 April to 21 May.
But a "calendar month" always means March, April, May, etc.

Translations of "Calendar"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? who needs a calendar when you have YouTube comments
A: 「ユーチューブはコメント欄あるからもうカレンダー要らない」とかと思います😂

あそこには年月日も書いてあるからだと思います😂
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? calendar
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Other questions about "Calendar"

Q: In a calendar, winter began from today.
I have never fail to catch cold several times every winter .
Even until now I’ve had sore sore throats , for which I haven’t had an injection for a flu.
I’m more anxious about colds and flu because of it .
I wish I had much stronger physical strength. does this sound natural?
A: According to the calendar, winter began today.
I always catch colds each winter.
Even now I have a sore throat which made it so that I could not get a flu shot. Because I continuously have a cold, I’m more anxious about them than the flu.
I wish I had a much stronger immune system.
Q: In a calendar, spring has come .
But we still have a little cold days to the degree that a coat is needed when going outside.
I'm eager to see cherry blossoms when it's gotten warm enough for the cherry buds to open. does this sound natural?
A: Spring has come( you don't really have to specify the date but if you want to just use the month "March" 3月), but we still have a few cold days where you need a coat when you leave the house (うち、アパート). Or (出かける)

I'm eager to see the cherry blossoms once it's warm enough for their buds to open. (You don't have to specify that they are cherry buds since you said they're cherry blossoms. )

Sorry I hope this helps 😥
Q: In a calendar, spring should have come in Japan.
But we have had as cold days as ever.
If I could, I would like to live in the place whose weather is always warm or hot .
I can't imagine the people who live in harshly cold areas, where I would be in depression.
But depending on individuals, some
would love coldness , I think.
does this sound natural?
A: According to the calendar, it should be Spring in Japan but we've been having really cold days. If I could, I'd like to live in warm or hot places. I can't imagine how people can live in such cold areas. I would be depressed. Though I think for some individuals/people, they'd love the cold weather.
Q: What exactly "this calendar year" means? Dose it equal "these years"?
Many thanks! :)
A: this means only the year being spoken about. So if someone said it today it would mean the year 2016.
Q:
Please see 2017 calendar artwork attached. Please confirm if you happy with what I have added url to the artwork
does this sound natural?
A: Please let me know if you are happy with what I have done. I've added the url to the artwork.

This would be a more natural or casual way of saying it.

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