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

The meaning of "Credit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does take the credit mean?
A: In that example it means the same as he can't take responsibility because he didn't do it. Taking credit is used in good situations. Like "I had to leave halfway through watching the kids so I really can't take credit for it"
Q: What does partial credit mean?
A: Imagine que está escribiendo un examen y hay una pregunta con un valor de cinco puntos. El profesor dice que se dará zero o cinco puntos; pero, no va a darte 2/3/4 puntos. Tiene que ser perfecto, o no obtenerá nada.
Q: What does credit to or give credit to mean?
A: Credit to, acknowledges that another person did something or tried to do something.
Q: What does half credit mean?
A: It would be used for schools. So, it would only happen if a student turns a homework assignment or project in late. If they would have gotten 100% turning it on time, then they get 50% because it was late.
Q: What does Two major credit card firms have gone belly up. mean?
A: Informal, refers to businesses. It means they have gone bankrupt and shut down, or they failed.

Example sentences using "Credit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "take credit for".
A: 1. He took credit for my work, which was really unfair. (PAST)
2. Don't take credit for what you didn't do. (PRESENT)
3. If you're going to take credit for this presentation, you better put in the work! (CONDITIONAL)
Q: Please show me example sentences with take credit for someone.
A: "I can't believe he took credit of someone else's work!"
"You should take the credit, because you deserve it."
"I can't take all the credit!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with take the credit.
A: Even though we did the project together please take the credit as you did most of the work
Q: Please show me example sentences with give you credit .
A: They will give you credit for telling the truth.
I give you the credit for being honest.
Q: Please show me example sentences with easy credit .
A: You: Geez, I really need a car, but my credit sucks!
Used car salesman: Don't worry about it. We will give you easy credit! 10 years for the loan at 25% interest on $2500 1990 Honda Civic with 3 million miles on it! A great buy!
You: No way, I'm not a sucker!

Synonyms of "Credit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I did not like him taking all the credit and I did not like his taking all the credit ?
A: The first one is more natural and less formal. The second only appears in very formal writing. A third (very natural) way to say the same thing would be "I didn't like that he took all the credit."
Q: What is the difference between I don't like him taking all the credit and I don't like he takes all the credit ?
A: The latter is not common English and doesn't sound correct to me. As for the former, it means you don't like that he gets all the praise and recognition for doing something, even when others helped or had a role in completing the task.
Q: What is the difference between ‎debit and credit ?

* Asset and expense increases are recorded as debit .

* 資產和費用增加記為借項。

* What is the procedure if I want to pay by Direct Debit ?

* 如果我選擇直接扣帳,程序如何?

* I gave the student almost full credit .

* 我給了那位學生幾乎是滿分的成績。

* Her conduct reflected great credit on her .

* 她的品行給她帶來了很大的榮譽。

* The description of the goods matches the credit .

* 貨物種類與信用證明是一致的。

Q: What is the difference between Can I pay with a credit card? and Can I pay by a credit card? ?
A: There isn’t really any difference that I can think of...

“Can I pay with a credit card” sounds more correct, but they both seem natural.

Also, I think you should say “Can I pay by credit card” rather than ‘by a credit card’ if you’re going with that option. :)
Q: What is the difference between "lose credit" and "lose credibility" ?
A: To "lose credit" is to lose something you work for.
- If I don't do my best on a school project, I lose credit towards my final grade. You can also lose credit from people taking it from you, as in:
- "My partner wouldn't let me speak during our presentation, taking all of the credit."

To "lose credibility" is to lose legitimacy or trust. People that don't live up to their words (act on their ideas) lose credibility because they don't follow through with what they say.
- "The politician lost credibility years later after their speech because nothing changed."

Translations of "Credit"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you could take the credit cards OR you could take credit cards
A: If at a store, I would ask, “Do you take credit cards?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? credit card
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Paying by credit card is much better than paying in cash.
Do you agree or disagree with that? And why
A: Disagree. Paying in cash is better because you don't have to pay interest if you pay in cash.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? credit card
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? credit cards
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Other questions about "Credit"

Q: The credit card bill for this month was much more than I have expected. does this sound natural?
A: '...was more than I had expected.'
Q: I give you credit for study herd in Japanese.I'v also leaning grammar once a week but it's not good like you. does this sound natural?
A: No, no. It was informal because I said "I've gotta" :) The phrase "give credit" is not really common in spoken English, but it's not out of place either.
Q: When I had to use my credit card, I had to pay the additional fee, 3,900 yen. does this sound natural?
A:credit cardが日本語のクレジットカードの発音に近くになってしまっているので、もう少しdの発音を意識するといいと思います。

●全体的に日本語のように平坦に聞こえてしまっているので、had, credit, additional 3 yen, にもう少しストレスを置くようにするとより英語らしく聞こえると思います。

Q: He rarely takes credit for his foresightedness and is ready to forgive people for simply being human.
请解释一下这句话。please interpret this sentence.
A: It's a very complex sentence. Even i, a native, took me some thinking. It's probably means

"He doesn't give himself credit and is very forgiving"

Q: Sorry, we can't take the credit card. So please pay cash. does this sound natural?
A: This make sense, but you would more often here something like, "I'm sorry, but we cannot accept this credit card. Can you pay with cash?" From a native English speaking cashier :)

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