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

The meaning of "Carnival" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does carnival row mean?
A: Carnival Row is the name of an American television series, but it is not a phrase used by English speakers in conversation.
Q: What does carnival folk mean?
A: I believe it actually means people who work in carnivals, fairs, and circuses, not those who attend them. Carnival folk were often known for “freak shows,” so they still seem strange to people nowadays
Q: What does carnival mean?
A: amusement show or circus.

Synonyms of "Carnival" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between carnival and festival ?
A: A carnival is usually run by several traveling families who run different games and rides.

A festival is more like a celebration or event. Usually held during certain times of year.

Example: Strawberry Festival or a Music Festival.

Translations of "Carnival"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? After the carnival season nobody couldn’t find him in the next 50years. Is there any wrong grammar?
A: "Nobody couldn’t" is a double negative, you need to change it to "nobody could*"

After the carnival season, *nobody could* find him *for* the next 50 years.

Other questions about "Carnival"

Q: How carnivals are celebrated in your country?

Does this always has to be "how are carnivals celebrated in your country?" does this sound natural?
A: × How carnivals are celebrated in your country?
✓ How are carnivals celebrated in your country?

× Does this always has to be "how are carnivals celebrated in your country?"
✓ Yes, this way is correct.

The structure of a “wh- question” is usually like this: [“Wh-” Question Word/Phrase] + [Auxiliary Verb] + [Subject] + [Main Verb] + [Object or Other Information] + ?
The word "are" is a verb so it sounds unnatural to have the verb after the subject.
Q: does it sounds natural ?

unfortunately, we aren't having carnival this year due the corona virus thing which is a pity because it's one of my favorites brazilian festivals, we party for five days, but a lot of people don't like it especially religious ones so they rend a house far away from where the party is taking place, they also do this as a sign of sign of abnegacion from the worldly things.
A: That is a run-on sentence.
"Unfortunately, we aren't having a carnival this year due to the Corona Virus. It is a pity because it's one of my favorite Brazilian festivals. We party for five days but a lot of people don't like it, especially religious ones. They rent a house far away from where the party takes place as a sign of abnegation from the worldly things."
Q: how was carnival yesterday? does this sound natural?
A: How was the carnival yesterday?
Q: I'm keen on celebrating carnival this night, but I don't know what is going to be my costume. I'm thinking of disguising myself like a Roman or an Indian. does this sound natural?
A: I'm keen on celebrating carnival tonight, but I don't know what my costume is going to be. I'm thinking of going as a Roman or an Indian.
Q: The carnival will be the next sunday. Come si fa a capire quale futuro si deve usare? Grazie does this sound natural?
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