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

The meaning of "Conditions" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does No specific conditions. Children 3 -13 years inclusive. Children under 3 traveling without their own assigned seat do not need to be included in total number of travelers. Subject to availability. mean?
A: It is unclear. It does not seem to have been written by a native speaker.
Q: What does "to withstand" the conditions mean?
A: It means to handle them or tolerate them

Eg:
>He withstood the extreme cold.
>This car was made to withstand any condition.
Q: What does benign conditions mean?
A: benign means good or causing no harm. so in this case benign conditions means conditions that are good or cause no harm

Example sentences using "Conditions"

Q: Please show me example sentences with conditions(the plural).
A: If they are busy, we will go to the cinema on own own.
If only my parents were still alive...
If you had been attentive yesterday, you would have heard this information
Q: Please show me example sentences with conditions grammar english lesson.
A: Zero condition: if you put the water in the refrigerator, it freezes. First condition: if you study, you will pass your exam with flying colors. Second condition: if money didn't exist, the world would be better. third condition: if you hadn't woken up late, we wouldn't have missed the train.
never forget to put a comma between the if-clause and the following sentence; you can still change the order of the sentences, but, in that case, do not put the comma.
Q: Please show me example sentences with conditions grammar english.
A: If it is raining outside, I will bring an umbrella.

I will wear a coat if it is cold.
Q: Please show me example sentences with If conditions permit .
A: If conditions permit, let's go hiking tomorrow

If condition permit, I'd like to study abroad

Synonyms of "Conditions" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between One of the "conditions" of the contract is that we can't keep pets. and One of the "circumstances" of the contract is that we can't keep pets. ?
A: One of the conditions of the contract is that we can't/don't keep pets. -->this one is fine, the second sentence isn't correct
про условия договора - conditions
circumstances - это обстоятельства (в которых находишься или попадаешь), можно перевести и "условия", но не в этом случае
Q: What is the difference between but and yet, if they're used for conditions, ex: I like it, but you don't. can I say: I like it, yet you don't?? give me some examples about "but" and "yet" please ?
A: From what I learned you can't say that, "but" and "yet" have completely different meanings, you can put "however" instead of "but", it means exactly what you put as an example, BUT "yet" has completely different meaning, you could say "so far" or "till now/untill now" instead of "yet", as I said, from what I know. I hope I helped and have a great day!
Q: What is the difference between but and yet, if they're used for conditions ?
A: Their own meanings are quite different, though their usages are really similar in sentences.

I warned you last time but you never listened!

I warned you last time, yet you made the same mistake again.

She wansta tell you something but she seems so shy.

She wansta tell you something and yet she still keeps silent.

"BUT" links two phrases of the opposite meanings.

"YET" connects two phrases like they are happening in sequence.
Q: What is the difference between Please choose one under the conditions below; and Given the conditions below, which would you choose? ?
A: Second one is natural, and the first isn't.

First is better as "Please choose one given the conditions below (or given the following conditions)"

Translations of "Conditions"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what are conditions of university of Canberra?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conditions
A: It depends, but you can use it in a sentence like "Under what conditions"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? conditions
A: Just say conditions :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conditions in england prompted a migration in the 17th century
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? On what conditions is it possible the dealership?
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Other questions about "Conditions"

Q: Given conditions, this machine needs to overhaul.

Considering conditions, this machine needs to overhaul. does this sound natural?
A: on this condition this machine needs an overhaul
Q: "Sorry to say that, I don't I can do that. The conditions aren't ripe around me." does this sound natural?
A: I am sorry to say but I don't think I can do that. The conditions aren't favorable to me.
Q: when it comes to mentioning 'conditions' or 'states' like 'love' or 'know', you don't use 'continuous tenses'..

but i have this feeling that 'be thinking' form is somehow familiar..

for example, "i am thinking about you" or "i've been thinking that ---"..

is it natural to you guys as well?
if so, then the verb think can be considered as an action verb? or is there other rule?
A: Yes, it can be a progressive verb. “I am thinking...” But states like ‘know’ are more stationary. Thinking is a process and knowing doesn’t make as much sense in that tense: “I’ve been knowing...” can be replaced with “I’ve known...” but “I’ve been thinking...” and “I’ve thought...” both work.
Q: In what conditions can I say "I do + verb", What does it mean ? And what's the diference between "I + verb"?
A: when you put 'do' behind a verb it's better to imagine that the verb is now a noun, you are referring to the the concept of doing that thing.
'What do you do on Saturdays?'
'I do swimming.'
In this example it would have been perfectly fine for the second speaker to say 'I swim'. However, it is much more comfortable to respond with 'I do swimming' because it matches up with the format of the question - 'What do you do?'
Q: 1.People who have poor healthy conditions in the cities,because they lack of exercise and unhealthy food habits.
2.Most of young adults plan job-hopping in order to acquiring higher salaries. does this sound natural?
A: @3carina: 1) People (generally)have poor health conditions in the cities because of the lack of exercise and unhealthy eating habits. 2) Most young adults plan to do job-hopping in order to acquire higher salaries.

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