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

The meaning of "Experience" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Was the experience of adequate money going to elude me forever? mean?
A: 本に読みましたか?
多分主人公は貧乏な人です。
お金が足りなくて主人公は「お金は永遠に足りないかな?」と思っています。

In English, this sentence sounds like prose. It's quite poetic. A simpler way to say it would be, "Am I never going to have enough money?" or "Am I always going to be struggling to have enough money?"
Q: What does "that's experience for you" mean?
A: It means that it is a good type of practice for you. Experience is something you learn by facing a certain incident or thing.
for example: All those years helping your father at the shop is a goof experience for you"
Q: What does "I am not going to have any experience" mean?
A: First timer of something
Q: What does quite an experience mean?
A: It simply expresses "what a memorable experience", but doesn't always connotes happiness.
Q: What does surreal experience mean?
A: Probably arises from surrealist painters like Dali. Means highly unusual, strange, dreamlike. It is quite a common expression.

Example sentences using "Experience"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I have great experience..
A: I have great experience teaching children. I have great experience traveling by train. I have great experience + any verb phrase = I have done *that verb phrase* a lot before
Q: Please show me example sentences with go through and experience.
A: I go through rough times in high school.

I had a bad experience in high school.
Q: Please show me example sentences with According to my experience.
A: According to my experience I think it would be better to use salt rather than pepper
Q: Please show me example sentences with experiences that you have or haven't had.
A: "I haven't had a day to myself in a long time."
"I have had enough of getting partnered up with people who do not work well"
"I haven't had someone actually buy my food in a while."
"I have gotten outside of the house."
"I haven't went ice skating in a while."
Q: Please show me example sentences with I have an experience that (*Native English speakers only please).
A: "I have an experience that is on my bucket list - skydiving!"
"I have an experience that is yet to be fulfilled. I want to see the aurora borealis."

This is speaking in terms of something that has not yet happened, if that is your intention. Otherwise, if it is something that has already happened, then "I had an experience where..." is more appropriate.

Hope this helps!

Synonyms of "Experience" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between These experiences may give you a new perspective. and These experiences may give you a new point of view. ?
A: Both sentences are correct. However, the first sentence is more widely used because the word perspective relates to “realization” and the term “point of you view” relates to “opinion”.

Everyone has an opinion but few make realizations that can broaden their horizons.
Q: What is the difference between She used her experience to help people. and She helped people with her experience. ?
A: Both are good sentences grammatically if that answers your question. But, I guess people would say the first one more often than the second one...
Q: What is the difference between He has experience. and He is an experienced person. ?
A: They have the same meaning
Q: What is the difference between experience and expertise ?
A: Expertise implies that someone is an expert, that they have a large amount of knowledge in that subject.
Experience can be any amount of knowledge.
For example, I've studied Japanese for a year. I have experience with Japanese, but I don't have expertise in it.
Q: What is the difference between experience of and experience with ?
A: This one is tricky.

'Experience of' is another way of saying 'this happened to me' in some contexts. For example, 'I remember the experience of having my wisdom teeth pulled. It was very unpleasant' can be read as 'I remember having my wisdom teeth pulled.'

'Experience of' refers to something that *happened to you*

Experience with refers to something that you are proficient or skilled at. 'I have experience with C++ programming' means you have done C++ programming in the past.

Hopefully that helps.

Translations of "Experience"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Through out of my experience I could know thatlooking down on children is very bad thingIf children are disappointed to adult’sbehavior they might be disappointed to society.I believe that respecting the feeling of childrenleads to happy society.
A: Through my experience, I know that looking down on children is a very bad thing. If children are disappointed in adults’ behavior, they might be disappointed in society. I believe that respecting the feelings of children leads to a happy society.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? あるあるネタ(How can I express "the experience everyone have without attention and funn" in English? It's a category of Japdnese comedies. For example, it makes you happy when you look at the watch and number shows your birthday.)
A: I think the closest term may be “observational comedy”, which is a very popular form of comedy, but I don’t know if they’re exactly the same.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? experience
A: correction : thank you so much / thanks a lot
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How has your experience been at MacEwan Canada University?
A: Not sure if I pronounced “MacEwan” correctly. It’s okay if you don’t, it is not a common word.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It was the best experience I had ever had.
A: This is correct!

Other questions about "Experience"

Q: I through a hard experience , finally I've arrived to mountain top. Does this sound natural?
A: I spent a hard time to get on the top of hill.
Q: i believe my substantial experience in work in multinational companies such us Xxx and Xxx combined with my academical knowledge will be particular benefit to your organization Does this sound natural?
A: I believe my substantial experience in multinational companies such as xxx and xxx in accordance with my academical knowledge will be of particular benefit to your organisation.
Q: How can I make the most of my previous experience and become great in this new job? Does this sound natural?
A: It makes sense grammatically, but you would be unlikely to say 'become great' in English. Perhaps 'How can I utilise my previous experience to succeed in this new role?' would be better.
Q: This was my very first experience of walking the coast path. Does this sound natural?
A: 完璧です。
Q: Another impressive experience was that I got to see different, various aspects of Kenya. We had opportunities to visit the city, the slum and even a village of Masai and the safari park. The sights I saw at each place were completely different from one another as if they were four different countries. Does this sound natural?
A: I would word it like this:

"Another impressive experience was that I got to see various aspects of Kenya" - "different" and "various" mean the same thing, so you don't have to include both

"We had opportunities to visit the city, a slum, a safari park, and even the village of Masai" - the articles and the sentence structure sound more fluent this way

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