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

The meaning of "Everything" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You can just do everything else silently. mean?
A: Well, I would need to know what the whole dialogue scene consisted of to get the whole picture but by saying 'everything else' she means that yes he can look through her computer and anything else he needs but he needs to do it quietly or keep the noise to a minimum.
Q: What does I’m trying to understand everything in a more organized and simple way. mean?
A: I'm trying to understand without complications.
Q: What does I don't need everything to work at top form anymore. mean?
A: yes, working as best as possible
Q: What does I hope everything is going well for you as well. mean?
A: @shiokosho3333: the other person is wishing you are okay and have no problems
Q: What does she lets everything get to her mean?
A: The word "get" is difficult to understand because it is used in many expressions and can mean many different things.

To understand "get to her," you have to understand what the meaning of the expression is.

First, understand "get" like this:
"I will get there." -- in here, "get" means "arrive" or "reach."

Now, when someone says something bad to the girl, imagine those words moving in the air toward the girl.

- If you are a strong person, those words will not affect you (you will ignore them), so they will not "get to you" (they will not reach you).
- If you are not a strong person, those words will "get to you."

"she lets everything get to her"
So, this is an expression that means, "let negative things affect her."

Example sentences using "Everything"

Q: Please show me example sentences with everything in between.
A: It is used to say you like or do a range of things. For example maybe you like all types of sport. You could say: ‘I like tennis, running and soccer and everything in between!’

Or animals: I like cats, dogs and elephants and everything in between!
Q: Please show me example sentences with everything's coming up.
A: @JellyfishPhilosopher Generally, no. If you want to say that a lot of things are happening in a good way:

Everything is (slowly) coming together.
Q: Please show me example sentences with If everything goes according to plan.
A: -If everything goes according to plan, we should finish in a couple of days.
-If everything goes according to plan, the party will be great.
-If everything goes according to plan, we will make enough money to travel.
Q: Please show me example sentences with everything.
A:
Sim, com certeza.
Q: Please show me example sentences with everything and all.
A: 1. Everything will be alright.
2. She put everything into her suitcase.
3. He looked up everything to do with football on the computer.
4. Everything had sold out after the sale.
5. All of the kittens were in the basket.
6. It was sunny so it wasn't going to rain after all.
7. "Where are all my pens?" she asked.
8. When she ran for England she gave her all.
Hope these help 👍

Synonyms of "Everything" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If I had made it, everything would've been better now and Had I made it, everything would've been better now ?
A: the first would be more common in American speech.
Q: What is the difference between "everything" and "all" ?
A: Good question. Im not sure how to describe it, but here are some examples.

All I want for Christmas is a big hug.

I want everything for Christmas! It all looks so good.

All off the decorations look so nice. All of the food tasted great. Everything was wonderful.
Q: What is the difference between everything and all ?
A: you use the word all when you are talking about a certain group of things.
you use everything to refer to a group of things without being specific.

For example : "Can you pick up all the toys in your room". we use all here because we mean pick up only the toys specifically.

"Can you pick up everything in your room". we use everything here because we are talking about all the objects in the room, not just the toys.

All is also used when referring to people, because if we used everything it wouldn't make sense because we don't consider people to be "things".

Example: "would you all go over there please?"
Q: What is the difference between everything matter and everything count ?
A: They are synonyms, but it's everything matters and everything counts
Q: What is the difference between 'everything I do there's a reason behind it' and 'everything I do is for a reason' ?
A: It's better to say:

I do everything for a reason.
-or-
There's a reason for everything I do.
-or-
There's a reason behind everything that I do.

Translations of "Everything"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is It okay to say "quit me from everything you want to tell me"?
A: Correct, I would not use it in that context.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? [Which one is correct? “She used to draw everything which she saw.” Or “She used to draw everything that she saw.”]
A: "...that she saw" is correct. And, as usual, you can choose to omit the "that" if you would like to.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I hope everything is going well 'IN' your business. or ... ON your business?
A: I would say in ☺️
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? everything(in audio)
A: I guess I'm just critical of my own voice. But here.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I asked everything I needed to know before I left.
A: Secondo me needed è meglio, ma certamente si può sentire need.

Other questions about "Everything"

Q: I want to experience a everything I can during these four years of university life, so that when I graduate, I will not regret. does this sound natural?
A: I want to experience everything I can during these four years while I’m at the university (or in college) so that when I graduate, I won’t have any regrets.
Q: I love to wash everything possible. Would you be able to fold the laundry and put them back in places? does this sound natural?
A: Yes. If it's really only the laundry you enjoy doing then, "I love doing laundry" or "I love doing the laundry" is what you want to say.

Often, "doing laundry" also implies folding and putting it away, so of you only like part of it, you should make that clear.

I love doing the laundry, but I don't really like folding and putting it away. Would you mind doing that for me?
Q: I'd love to know your everything . does this sound natural?
A: I guess you can say it’s a getting to know phrase. Friendly and shows interests in the person.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce everything .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me how to pronounce What if I do tell him everything about what I did?.
A: Check the question to view the answer

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