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

The meaning of "Exercise" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 3 exercises that rock your body mean?
A: Those 3 exercises are very effective at burning fat and building muscles. They will force your body to look like a model.
Q: What does exercises a degree of independence mean?
A: it means “someone who has the ability to make their own decisions.” The idea is that Mueller must be given some freedom to do his job properly.
Q: What does I have an exercise bike, used but in good working condition; an aerobics step still in its box, and there pairs of weighs and a stand, again hardly ever used. Free to a good home. Buyer must collect. mean?
A: It just looks like someone is trying to see some exercise stuff! Free means you don’t have to pay for it and “buyer must collect” means you have to go pick it up
Q: What does exercise discretion mean?
A: "Exercise discretion" really just means be careful
Q: What does light exercise mean?
A: 軽い運動?
激しくない運動?

日本語で何が自然か分かりません^^;

Example sentences using "Exercise"

Q: Please show me example sentences with i don't understand this exercise , help me .
A: For b, each row of the table corresponds to a country. you give the name of the country, the name of people from the country, and the capital city of the country. So people from Japan are called Japanese people, and the capital of Japan is Tokyo.

For c, you just need to give two more examples of whatever is in the left column for each row. So, it asks for a city. London is a city. What other cities can you think of?
Q: Please show me example sentences with exercise rights .
A: “How to exercise your rights”

“He exercised his right to free speech.”

“She exercised her right to an attorney.”

Q: Please show me example sentences with 1. She...this exercise yesterday at 8 o' clock
A. wrote B. writes C. was writing D. write
2. He..me to the party yesterday
A. invite B. invites C. invited D. was inviting
3. While I..to work, i saw an accident
A. drove B. was driving C. did drive D. drive.
A: I gave you the answers for the first couple of questions, but it would be good if you tried by yourself.

For the first one, you can see it's in the past because it says "yesterday". Therefore, which options are in the past tense?

For the second one, "yesterday" is there again, so it's in the past.

For the third one, it's talking about something that happened while you were DOING something in the past. Which answer has both past tense, and also -ING in it?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Can you help me to do exercise 4?.
A: Salutations are the ones you start a letter with:
-Dear Mr. Smith,
-Dear Ms. Smith,
-Dear Prof. Smith,
-Dear colleagues,
-Dear Sir/Madam,
-To whom it may concern,

Complimentary closings are the ones you end a letter with:
-Respectfully yours,
-Yours truly,
-Yours faithfully,
-Yours sincerely,
-Faithfully yours,
-Sincerely yours,

Final phrases are the sentences you use before you end a letter, but before you write the complimentary closing:
-I am looking forward to your reply,
-I look forward to our meeting in Boston,
-I hope to hear from you soon,
-Your quick response will be appreciated,
-I am looking forward to hearing from you in the nearest future,
-Thank you for your time/effort/help,
Q: Please show me example sentences with can you help me to solve this exercises? .
A: 1) to catch

Synonyms of "Exercise" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between exercise and workout ?
A: Exercise is very general. Walking, running, going to the gym, etc.
exercise =うんどう

A workout is when someone purposely does exercise (usually to lose weight or gain muscle). When you see people using gym equipment, they're doing a workout.

For example,
"running is good exercise"
"i should do more exercise"
"exercise is important for health."

"My workout is very tedious"
"he's creating a workout so that he can start gaining muscle"
My workout consists of running, then jumping, then treadmill"
Q: What is the difference between exercise and practice ?
A: Exercise would be a task. Practice is to attempt something.
Q: What is the difference between exercise book and copy book ?
A: It looks like they both mean the same thing, which is an empty notebook to copy down work in. An "exercise book" might be a little more common, but I think both work fine in the context of school.
Btw, nice profile pic ^^ he's one of my favorite bosses!
Q: What is the difference between exercise and sport ?
A: "Sport" is a game, it has rules. Examples: soccer, tennis, volleyball.

"Exercise" just means moving your body. Running, weightlifting, jump rope, and any sport are exercise.
Q: What is the difference between exercise and sport ?
A: Sports are activities such as Badminton, Football/Soccer and Swimming.
Exercise is something you do to become healthier, fitter etc.

The thing is that all sports are exercise but not all exercises are sports. Jogging, for example, is not a sport.

Translations of "Exercise"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? could you help me solve this exercises?
A: Sorry for the handwriting. It wasn't easy to screenwrite on my phone while laying down.

The answer to the top question is 'gingerbread'.

1. outfit
2. entire
3. grumpy
4. keeping
5. marathon
8. competitive
9. attack
10. reduce
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exercise 3
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how to do exercise 12?
A: I'd love to, but I'm afraid I don't have the time.
Why? What are you doing?
Well, my father is arriving back from Australia.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is this exercise calls squatting?
A: Yes, this exercise is called squatting
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? バランスボール(exercise ball)に座っていたら、乗り物酔いしました。
A: I got motion sickness from sitting on the balance ball.

Other questions about "Exercise"

Q: Can you help me with this exercise and explain why you choose that answer? Most of my answers were wrong :(
A: 1. B (I don't know, we just call it the ancient world)
2. D (century is 100 years, 16th century, 20th century, 8th century, etc)
3. A (none of the others describe how you make a garden)
4. A (mulit story car park: British English for large parking garage (American English)
5. B (others are used to describe people's looks)
6. C (filled means covered in full.)
7. C (something we used to describe how much water)
8. D (you can't do any of the others to water)
9. B? (I don't know...cause the river doesn't cast shade...the trees near would cast the shade....)
10. A (cannot say see down, watch down, or observe down)
11. B (fame spreads: grows more)
12. C (none of the other verbs fit)
13. B ( none of the others fit...go sightseeing means to travel and look at new places/things)
14. D (the whole world)
15. A (nothing is left)
Q: Although doing exercise plays an important role in determining one's physical conditions, the impact of dietary habits on maintaining healthy should not be overlooked Does this sound natural?
A: I can guess at what you're getting at by context, and it is close, but let's make sure first.

Although exercise plays an important role in overall health, the impact of dietary habits on health should not be overlooked either.

Is that what you were going for?
Q: I have a exercises like that Report the following, and have two examples:
1. She must be very stupid to say things like that/ said Georgina. 'Shall I
tell her she's got the sack?'
2. 'No one must tell her anything/ insisted Harry. 'Only that she must
come and see me.
Answers:
1. Gergina said that she must be very stupid to say things like that and asked if she should tell her she had got the sack.
2. Harry insisted that no one was to tell her anything expect that she had to go and see him.
And my question is: why in number 2 I have to transform must in was to tell or had to go but in numer 1 I do not have to do this.
A: In number 2, 'must' is part of the instructions that need to be given to the other woman. You aren't giving instructions to the person who is reading your report.

In number 1, 'must' is Georgina's thoughts - Georgina thinks that the only way she would say things like that, is if she was very stupid. So you need the word 'must' in the report to show how Georgina came to that conclusion.

I hope that helps, it's a difficult question :)
Q: I have an exercise schedule,but I think it's not suits me.I want to change my schedule,let it be more regularly and get more intensity. I think I'd better talking with my coach.
So,please help me,how should I express my thoughts more authentic?Real thanks!
A: "I have an exercise schedule, but I don't think it suits me. I want to change my schedule--let it start regularly and get more intense. I think I should talk with my coach about it."
Q: I can't afford to do light exercise. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "I don't have time to do light exercise" or "I can't make time for light exercise". The word "afford" is typically used when you have to spend something such as money or when there is a great cost: "I can't afford to buy this car" or "I can't afford to lose this game since it'll cost me a chance at the playoffs"

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