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

The meaning of "Club" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does doing a club activity has more pros than cons.
"pros than cons"

what's omission? mean?
A: That's Latin. Similar to "e.g." and "etc.".

Pros — advantages, good sides.
Cons — disadvantages, bad sides.
Q: What does This club is going to be the death of me mean?
A: X “will be the death of me” is an idiom. It literally means that x will cause my death. But it’s just hyperbole (誇張法). Maybe the club is a lot of work or causes a lot of stress.
Q: What does billy club mean?
A: @Astrrrid the stick which a policeman holds to strike a person.
Q: What does Welcome to the club. mean?
A: "Welcome to the club" is normally an ironic phrase that means somebody is in a certain situation with you.

For example, if you say you are over-worked somebody might say "welcome to the club" - we are all in the same boat.
Q: What does "in the club" in 743 mean?
A: Club means a group of people involved in a common interest or activity. It can be real or imagined.

Example sentences using "Club"

Q: Please show me example sentences with If I say “You’re in the club, and getting trashy now” it means that he/she is drinking too much?🍺🥴

I’m writing a song and wanna make sure if that makes sense. Thank you so much.☺️ .
A: It could mean that. It is more general, like "you are behaving badly".
Q: Please show me example sentences with club.
A: He went to the club
I go to an after school club
Q: Please show me example sentences with join the club.
A: A. I’m so tired from being overworked.
B. Join the club
Meaning, we’re all tired from being overworked
(but this doesn’t mean solely work related:

A. I wish I had enough $ to buy a nice car.
B. Join the club.


A. I wish I was in better physical condition.
B. Join the club. You can start doing daily workouts and you’ll feel better.

Synonyms of "Club" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between at the club and in the club ?
A: Its the same for larger places but in general, the larger the place, the more information you need to give.

'at the airport' means you are where the airport is, inside or outside or anywhere around it.

you can use 'at', 'inside' or 'outside' as long as you provide information on where you are.

For example:
'I'm inside the McDonald's in the departure terminal of the airport'

or

'I'm at the airport inside the McDonald's in the departure terminal.'

Looking at my examples its easy to see that you can use either to sound natural as long as you provide enough information and the grammar is correct.
Q: What is the difference between I looked at what club activities I could join. and I looked at some club activities what I could join. ?
A: I looked at what club activities I could join.
- you looked at all of the clubs and saw which club activities you could join.

I looked at some club activities that I could join.
- you only looked some club activities and saw a few that you could join
Q: What is the difference between I'm thinking about joining the club. and I'm thinking of joining the club. ?
A: They are the same. If I had to say which one is used more, it would be "I'm thinking about.."

"I'm thinking of" is more used in formal essays but you can definitely use it in casual conversation too.
Q: What is the difference between club and clubhouse ?
A: A "clubhouse" is the place where a club meets.
"Club" can mean 2 things. (1) It can mean the people who are members of the club. (2) It can be short for "clubhouse".
Q: What is the difference between club and bar ?
A: Club is more like a place where you can dance, meet people and be social.

A bar is only a definition of a place meant to only sell and serve alcohol.

(I'm under 18 though so don't take me for granted :3 )

Translations of "Club"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? This club doesnt open on monday of second week and fourth week of every month. Is this natural?
A: This club is closed on the Mondays of every second and fourth week of the month
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? clubbing
A: its just clubbing no changes
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 你记得我们第一天晚上见面吗?我们吃完晚饭以后、去了club……之前,我们一直在说笑,一直在谈论各种轻松的话题,但是你突然告诉我,simon告诉了你关于我的情况,你心里有数!我记得你当时很认真地询问我:“我们明天再谈论这件事,是否可以?因为这里真的不适合谈论”……很简单的一句话,却让我突然对你印象变得很深刻!用中国一句话讲,我认为你是一个有情有义的人!值得成为朋友!直到现在,依然因为那句话,让我很震惊!很欣赏你的这一品质!
A: Do you remember the first night we met? After we went to dinner, we went to the club. We had been joking around and talking about various topics. You suddenly told me that Simon had told you about me. I remember you were very serious when you said that we would talk about it tomorrow. (Was this because it was not suitable to talk about it?) This simple word made me form a very deep impression of you. Like the Chinese word (-), I think you are a righteous man! (We deserve) to be friends! Even now I am still shocked by those words! I appreciate this quality!

(-) = rough translation
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? .你记得我们第一天晚上见面吗?我们吃完晚饭以后、去了club……之前,我们一直在说笑,一直在谈论各种轻松的话题,但是你突然告诉我,simon告诉了你关于我的情况,你心里有数!我记得你当时很认真地询问我:“我们明天再谈论这件事,是否可以?因为这里真的不适合谈论”……很简单的一句话,却让我突然对你印象变得很深刻!用中国一句话讲,我认为你是一个有情有义的人!值得成为朋友!直到现在,依然因为那句话,让我很震惊!很欣赏你的这一品质!
A: Do you remember the first night we met? After dinner we went to the club. We had been joking around and talking about various topics. You suddenly told me that Simon told you about me. I remember you very seriously told me that “we’ll talk about it tomorrow”. (Was this because it was not suitable to talk about it?) A very simple word, made me suddenly form a very deep impression of you! Like the Chinese word (-), I think you are a righteous man! We deserve to be friends! Even now I am shocked by that sentence. I appreciate this quality!

(-) = rough translation

Other questions about "Club"

Q: I did my club activity yesterday.
does this sound natural?
A: "I went to my club yesterday"
or
"I went to my club activity yesterday" - Emphasizes the specific activity

Either would sound ok.
Q: So, what do you think of the club Leo?..Isn't fantastic?...... does this sound natural?
A: So, what do you think of that club called "Leo?" Isn't it fantastic? Fantastic? I think it's horrible. I hate the music.

Work on your pronunciation of the words:
-club
-fantastic
-isn't
-it's
-horrible

Q: I want to be working hard to active club activity does this sound natural?
A: Then I think my second sample sentence would be best! I'm very happy I could help :)
Q: Which one is correct?
I should join in that club
I should join that club
A: I should join that club 😊
Q: Please tell me how to say?

I belong to the English club.
Sometimes I recommend the article or something to the club to share the useful articles.

Then the expression for my friends,

1-
We might know this article so can I put this article here?

Does this sentence 1 make sense?

I want to say
This article is useful so
we need to know I think.
but
I want to express it softly and politely.

A: Sentence 1 does not make sense.

I think you want to say
"This article might be useful to read, so can I put it here?"

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