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

The meaning of "Diferencia" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ¿Qué diferencia hay entre though y thought? mean?
A: Though is often used to mean but/pero. For example:
Thank you so much for making this dinner-I'm allergic to peas, though. It's a polite way to say but, but unlike the word but, you put it at the end of the sentence

Example sentences using "Diferencia"

Q: Please show me example sentences with diferencia al usar to make and to do. Gracias!.
A: I want to make a cake for my son's birthday.

I am making a dress.

I made a mistake.

I am making a brick wall.

I am making money ( = I am earning money).

I do whatever I like.

________

Most of the time "do" is used as an auxillary verb. Questions often begin with "do" or "did". For instance, "Do you want to go?", "Did you visit your mother?"

As an auxillary verb it is used to emphasize the other verb. For instance, "I do want to go to the party" means the same thing as "I want to go to the party" except the sentence with "do" emphasizes that you want to go. Perhaps you want to emphasize this because there was a misunderstanding.

In the past "did" is an alternative way of forming the past tense. For instance, "I did go" = "I went". "I did think so" = ”I thought so”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with diferencia entre "neither, either".
A: " neither of those boys aren't fluent in French"

" You can either choose the Honda or the Toyota "
Q: Please show me example sentences with diferencia entre so and such .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with diferencia entre FUN y FUNNY
.
A: - I had so much fun last night.
- You're so funny.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ¿Qué diferencia hay entre "yours", "your" y "you"?.
A: Yours & your es casi lo mismo = tuyo/ de ustedes
You = tu
You're= tu eres

Synonyms of "Diferencia" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between En qué se diferencia el inglés americano and Y el de canada ?
A: America has many regional accents. Canada has some, but not as clearly defined as the US. As a rule a Canadian from Toronto sounds essentially the same as a Canadian from Vancouver. The far East coast has pockets that are heavily Irish in sound. Quebec is mostly French speaking, so English will often have a French accent. In rural areas you can sometimes hear a minor difference in speech, mostly, word choices and phrases. If you search YouTube for "Brooklyn accent versus Louisana" Or many other place names, you will hear the difference in American accents.
Q: What is the difference between diferencia you and i and you and me ?
A: There is no difference
Q: What is the difference between qυal é a diferencia do мy para o mine and мy нoυѕe
мy and mine ?
A: Exemplos:

A)My cellphone.(O meu celular.)

B)This cell phone is mine.(Este celular é meu.)

C)It´s mine.(É meu.)...não devemos dizer "it´s my"

*Normalmente se usa "mine" no final de uma sentença e "my" antes de substantivo.

Translations of "Diferencia"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? diferencia entre oh My god y oh my gosh
A: “Gosh” es prácticamente “God” y ambas son exclamaciones usadas para expresar sorpresa. Son jergas, es como por ejemplo “geez” que es “Jesus”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? diferencia en could y would?
A: Modal Verbs
Would
Would+Can=Could
Would+May=Might
Would+Shall=Should
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "diferencia entre abide y bear" cuando uso uno u otro?
A: Ambos se pueden usar indistintamente para decir aguantar/soportar.
Sin embargo, abide by significa aceptar, atenerse a (abide by the law).
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? diferencia
A: Difference
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? diferencia entre every Day y everyday?
A: Every day - adverb
I read books every day.
Everyday - adjective
Reading is my favorite everyday activity.

Other questions about "Diferencia"

Q: ¿Que diferencia hay entre utilizar a y an?

¿Me podrían explicar el possessive nouse
Possessive case?
A: Se usa “a” antes de palabras que comienzan con sonido de consonante
A pear (una pera)
A child (Un niño)
A house (una casa)
A tasty apple (una manzana deliciosa)
A unicorn (Un unicornio)
>>Se usa “a” aquí porque se pronuncia “yunicorn”

Se usa “an” antes de palabras que comienzan con sonido de vocal
An elephant (Un elefante)
An apple (una manzana)
An empty house (una casa vacía)

Para los posesivos, usamos apóstrofe + s después de la persona o cosa que tiene algo, seguido por lo que pertenece a esa persona o cosa.

El libro de mi hermano (the book of my brother) -> my brother’s book.

Si los que tienen algo son plural, no se añade s después del apóstrofe
El libro de mis hermanos (the book of my brothers) -> My brothers’ book.

Si quieres decir “un libro de mi hermano”, entonces se dice “a book of my brother’s” o más natural, “one of my brother’s books” (uno de los libros de mi hermano.)

Para decir “un libro suyo” puedes decir “a book of his” o “one of his books”

Ese es lo básico de la posesión - ¡déjame saber si tienes más preguntas!
Q: ¿Qué diferencia hay entre la pronunciación de "can" y "can't"?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: diferencia entre be and do y algunos ejemplos por favor!! D:
A: be = state
do = action

I will be there tomorrow to do some work.
Q: ¿Qué diferencia hay entre past simple y past participle?
A: No sé cómo explicarte, pero te daré unos ejemplos, el past simple es para pasado obviamente, por ejemplo "hoy comí pizza" (I ate pizza) es una oración que indica algo que ya pasó, y el past participle es como si dijeras "ella no ha comido" (she hasn't eaten) @laurarod:
Q: diferencia entre got y have (dando el significado de "tener") se cuando se usa algunas veces pero no logro entender por que se usa de tal manera cada uno
A: “Got” es una versión más corta “have got”. “Have” y “got/have got” son los mismos en tiempo presente.

EX: “I have a horse” y “I have got a horse”

En el tiempo pasado, “have” cambios a “had”. (EX: “They had a nice dog.”) Pero “got” no cambia. No puede utilizar “got” con “had” porque es mala gramática. (EX: They had got a nice dog. –> mala gramática).

Resumen: En el uso actual tensa “have” or “got”. En el pasado el uso tensa use “have (had)”.

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