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

The meaning of "Emily" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does In Emily in Paris(ep1)

Emily and his boyfriend were in a pub,
Her boyfriend ordered a couple of beer and
Emily said:
White wine actually. Anything French if you have any.

In this situation, what does French mean?
Is it a french dish or french wine? mean?
A: French wine. BTW, if Emily is in Paris she is not in a pub. Probably a bistro
Q: What does Emily seems torn between venting(はけ口を与える、発散する) her frustrations about Alex, and revealing so much about the state of their relationship (that the social workers have second thoughts about their ability to jointly bring up Harry safely.(?)
mean?
A: That's not the same.

"that the social workers have second thoughts about their ability to jointly bring up Harry safely"

The social workers are local government officials who would remove a child from unfit parents.

She is worried that Alex and herself ("jointly" means Alex and herself) would be doubted.

"second thoughts" means the thoughts of the social workers, doubting the parents (Alex and her).
Q: What does Emily refuses to because of Train-gate. What’s the meaning of train-gate? mean?
A: Thank you for your help. There’s no more relevant context because it is a line from a TV show when the character is talking about his wedding with his wife Emily.

Example sentences using "Emily"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Emily is at home. her children ____ at school
which Tobe verb we should be ues and why we ues that.
A: "her children 'are' at school." You'd use "are" because this is the present tense, and "children" is plural

Synonyms of "Emily" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Emily is explaining that papa doesn't like to have the light on in the afternoon. and Emily explains that papa doesn't like to have the light on in the afternoon. and What is the best variant (This is one sentence from the text)for telling a story? ?
A: "Emily is explaining" implies that Emily is IN THE PROCESS of explaining as you describe the action. in short, it's in a progressive tense; relative to a certain point in time (in this case, the present), the action is ongoing.

a progressive tense is good in a story when describing an action that is ongoing when something else happens. (e.g. Emily is explaining that papa doesn't like to have the light on in the afternoon when Annie walks in and asks to borrow something.)

without that special case, "Emily explains" is the better variant in telling a story.
Q: What is the difference between Emily said (that) she had lost her red pen here this morning.
and Emily said (that) she had lost her red pen at our school that morning.
?
A: If you’re talking about something that happened the day before you’d say “yesterday morning” if you’re talking about something that happened more than one day ago you’d say “Emily lost her red pen the other day” or if you want to be more specific “Emily lost her pen Tuesday morning” someone might not understand if you said “that morning” since it’s really not something said in English. Hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between Emily's mother was ill and Emily's mother was sick ?
A: Sick = ill
Ill is more formal than sick.
Q: What is the difference between Emily has a right to an education. and Emily has a right to education. ?
A: While they mean essentially the same thing, one is more grammatically correct. Saying “an education” makes it an object/noun.

Translations of "Emily"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? もし、そのことを明日までにエミリーにもべスにも言わないならば、私が言います。
(either Emily or Bethを交えて言いたい)
A: If you don't tell either Emily or Beth about it by tomorrow, I will.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello, I’m Emily from colombia, I’m 37 Old years
A: 37 years old*
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Did Emily tell Carlos to tell you to get to me what kind of safe it was?
A: That is how you say it. However, “to get to me what kind of safe it was” doesn’t make sense.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Emily先生に送る手紙の件ですが、もう自分の写真を印刷してしまったので、自分の写真を封筒に入れてあなたに提出してもいいですか?
A: @sssayk As for the letter sent to the teacher, since I already printed my photo, can I put my picture in an envelope and submit it to you

Other questions about "Emily"

Q: I just finished "Emily of New Moon" by the Canadian author L.M.Montgomery.
Though her "Anne of Green Gables" is far famous and well-done classic, I somehow prefer this one.
It is said that both Anne book and Emily Starr series are vaguely semibiographical about Montgomery.
Yet Montgomery described Emily's life more in a down-to-earth way than far-fetched fairytale-like one of Anne Shirley.

I think I'm going to read the sequel of the Emily Starr trilogy, "Emily Climbs" next.
I wonder what Emily is to climb on non-mountainous Prince Edward Island. Does this sound natural?
A: I just finished "Emily of New Moon" by the Canadian author L.M.Montgomery.
Though her "Anne of Green Gables" is far more famous and a well written classic, I somehow prefer this one.
It is said that both Anne's book and Emily Starr's series are vaguely semibiographical about Montgomery.
Yet Montgomery described Emily's life more in a down-to-earth way than far-fetched, fairytale-like description of Anne Shirley.

I think I'm going to read the sequel of the Emily Starr trilogy, "Emily Climbs" next.
I wonder if Emily is going to climb on non-mountainous Prince Edward Island.
Q: Emily's had her baby.
What is "'s" in this sentence??
A: It is "has".
Q: "Emily got lost in the woods and you know what's cherry/icing on the top? Venomous snakes infest in the area by truckload.
So, good luck, Emily" Does this sound natural?
A: "Emily got lost in the woods and do you know what's cherry on the top? Venomous snakes infest the area by the truckload.
So, good luck, Emily"
Q: hello Emily !

It was great seeing you on the last trial lesson.l 'm Taro.

I 'm determined to be in the new class.
So, l will serve as manager of this new class.Our class is consisted of 8 Members.
First lesson date will be 12 April.Shall we meet at the lobby of Hotel ABC at 6 pm?

I'm looking forward to seeing you again next lesson.

Have a nice day!

Taro Does this sound natural?
A: *hello Emily ! *Hello

It was great seeing you *on the last trial lesson. *at?

l 'm Taro.

I 'm determined to be in the new class.
I'm will be in the new class.
It's been decided I'll be in the new class.

So, l will serve as manager of this new class.
So I will serve as manager.

Our class is consisted of 8 Members.
Our class has 8 members.
Our class will have 8 members.

First lesson date will be 12 April.
The first lesson will be on April 12th.

Shall we meet at the lobby of Hotel ABC at 6 pm?

I'm looking forward to seeing you again next lesson.

Have a nice day!
Q: Did you ask Emily if she had watched the movie ? Does this sound natural?
A: Perfect!
完璧です

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