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

The meaning of "City" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does how do you like this city? mean?
A: It is asking your opinion on the city. "How do you like this city" "it is very nice." Or "I don't like it that much." Or any other opinion you have on the city 😊
Q: What does Which city is easier to get around? mean?
A: いろんなところに行くことです。例えば、スーパー、学校や仕事に通っている

つまり、いろんな場所に行くことの簡単さです。下手の日本語ですみません。
Q: What does you can get oriented with the city mean?
A: It means you can get to know the city, like how to get around or find places that you like.
Q: What does a designated city mean?
A: A city that's chosen for something.

"Send this letter to its designated city" = send this letter to the city that was chosen to receive the letter
Q: What does fair city mean?
A: Poetic way of saying "beautiful city"

Example sentences using "City"

Q: Please show me example sentences with city break.
A: They went on a city break to Rome.
Do you want to go on a city break, or just go camping.
Last year we went on a city break, but this year I just want to go to the beach.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 為什麼life是名詞卻可以放在副詞here前面?👉Life here is more expensive than in the city .
A: here作定语,后置修饰
Q: Please show me example sentences with city hall.
A: as we're speaking British English here:
British people don't say city hall.
British people say town hall.
Not all cities refer to the seat of the local government as town hall, most call it the town council offices.
Q: Please show me example sentences with The city is so exciting today because of Halloween..
A: Some examples are:
“The city is so exciting because of Halloween, everyone has on costumes!”
“The city is so exciting because of Halloween, a lot of shops have decorations up!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with Which city should I meet first, on my first trip to the US?

Which city should I meet first, on my first trip to the US?
É correto dizer desta forma?.
A: which city should i visit first on my first trip to the US?

Synonyms of "City" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If and when we come back to this city, we'll go to the restaurant again. and If we come back to this city, we'll go to the restaurant again. ?
A: Yep, using "if and when" implies you think you will one day return, but also indicates you realize that might not happen.

Just using "if" implies you are far more uncertain about whether you will return or not.
Q: What is the difference between city and town ?
A: They both are very similar and can be used as the same thing but "city" usually refers to a popular area that has lots of businesses and is well known. "Town" however is usually referring to a smaller area with less people and businesses.
Q: What is the difference between city and country ?
A: Ciudad =city
Pais = country

In my city the traffic is crazy.
My country has the best beaches
Q: What is the difference between Where else do you know large cities such as Tokyo? and Where else do you know large cities like Tokyo? ?
A: "such as" & "like" can be used interchangeably here!

The sentences sound a bit unnatural though. Maybe you're trying to say:
"What other large cities like Tokyo do you know?"
そうでしょうか?
Q: What is the difference between city hall and ward ?
A: City hall is a building. The mayor and the city council meet at the city hall.
The city is divided into numerous wards. A ward is an electoral district. Each ward is represented at city hall by one or more councillors.

Translations of "City"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I could run away from the city hall, when the quakes stopped for a few seconds. 揺れが数秒おさまったときに会館から逃げ出すことができた。
A: I was able to get away from the city hall when the quakes stopped for a few seconds.

今日は? 🙀
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cities
A: Cidade =City
Cidades=Cities
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? これは、市の総合体育館である。
観覧席は外の地盤レベルと同等にあって、大きな窓ガラスが外と中を繋げている。
体育館の床レベルは地下にある。

This is a city general gymnasium.
Seats are ground level and large windws lead to in and out.
Gym's floor level is basement.


does this sound natural?
A: This is a general city gymnasium.
Seats are at ground level and large windws lead in and out.
The floor level of the gym is at basement level.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? city
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 지하속에 도시세우고싶어? Do you want to build up city underground?
A: Close.

Do you want to build a city underground?
Do you want to build an underground city?

Other questions about "City"

Q: I have lived in this city since when I was after graduate from high school. does this sound natural?
A: "Once I graduated from high school I started living in the city."
Q: I reached another city that is more fancy than the city we already are in
[in a game ] does this sound natural?
A: Which city are you in?
'I reached another city' suggests you are in this city now. However when you say 'the city we already are in' suggests you are in a different city.

I think you were trying to say - 'I have reached another city that is fancier (more fancy = fancier) than the city ('cities' if it is more than one) we have been in'
Q: I lived in the same city with him. does this sound natural?
A: This is fine if you lived together in the same house or apartment. Otherwise you should use "as" not "with" to ensure it is understood that you lived in the same city, but in a different residence.

Hope that helps.
Q: I biked around the city 25 miles.

Please correct the sentence if it sounds weird. What I want to say is I was riding on a bike and the distance was 25 miles.

Thank you :) does this sound natural?
A: Almost: I biked 25 miles around the city
Q: How long have you eaten city shrimp? does this sound natural?
A: You can use either one, but the second is better.

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