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

The meaning of "Feedback" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does feedback mean?
A: Lo significa consejo. Cuando un estudiante presenta un proyecto, su profesor les dice como mejorar.
Q: What does feedback mean?
A: Feedback is when you give your thoughts on a topic. How you feel about the topic.

Opinion and feedback are the same thing.
Q: What does feedback mean?
A: Feedback is to give someone commentary on what they have done.

For example:
Bob may be new at his job and has just completed his first day.
His boss wants to give him feedback about what he did well and the things that he can do better tomorrow.

Feedback can also mean that high pitched sound that comes when a microphone is too close to speakers or an amp. It creates feedback.
Q: What does feedback mean?
A: Feedback is a response that someone gives, like advice. When someone asks "Can you give me some feedback?"
The person would reply with a suggestion that would better help improve whatever is being asked to look over. Feedback can also just be a stated opinion such as:
Person 1: Can I have some feedback on my essay?
Person 2: I think it's too long. Try to make your sentences shorter.

In short, it is a suggestion or opinion given about something
Q: What does Appreciate if you could give your feedback by returning the followings (as attached) to me soonest possible. mean?
A: The phrasing is a bit ambiguous, but it seems they would like you fill it in and send it back to them.

Example sentences using "Feedback"

Q: Please show me example sentences with feedback.
A: Examples:

I would really appreciate feedback on my English paper to know how I did.

The teacher gave the class their projects with feedback printed at the top beneath the grade.

My speech received plenty of feedback from my colleagues -- both positive and negative.

Feedback, in other words, is similar to hearing an opinion from others on a piece of work that you did. Critiquing or improving are a few synonyms in the English language and might help you to make more sense of it.
I hope this helped you!
Good luck on your studies!!

Q: Please show me example sentences with feedback .
A: Feedback means suggestions or opinions to improve something
For example, please give us your feedback regarding our services.
Your feedback has been noted.
Q: Please show me example sentences with feedback.
A: I received good feedback after my interview so I hope I get the job. My colleagues have me good feedback after I gave my presentation. Feedback is also used in other contexts ie unwanted noise on a radio or microphone

Synonyms of "Feedback" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between by and within and I look forward to receiving your feedback by/within tomorrow ?
A: “By” is used with a specific end date/time.
“Within” is used with a number of days/hours/etc.

So:

“I look forward to receiving your feedback by tomorrow”.

“I look forward to receiving your feedback within 24 hours”.
Q: What is the difference between feedback and comments ?
A: Pretty much the same. Maybe "feedback" indicates comments that are more helpful or meant to improve your work. Like constructive criticism. But I think you could safely use both interchangeably
Q: What is the difference between feedback and response ?
A: A response is any time you answer or do anything in relation a question, a letter, conversation

Feedback could be a type of response, but it usually a response that has information that could be helpful, it is an assessment of how you did, how a class was taught, a grading of your essay and so on.
Q: What is the difference between that would like feedback and that I need feedback ?
A: 'I would like feedback' expresses your desire and want for feedback.
'I need feedback' is saying that feedback is an obligation, it's something that demands to get done.
I would say "I require feedback, as soon as possible." If you need feedback quickly. It sounds more formal.
Q: What is the difference between feedback and platform ?
A: They're very different.

Feedback is the advice or criticism someone provides to you after-the-fact. A golf coach might watch someone swing, and then give feedback to help improve the swing.

The closest definition of platform I can think of is a set of principles or what a person intends to do in the future. Commonly, this will be written as an election platform. A presidential candidate in an election will run on a particular platform, meaning he/she will publicly state his/her policies for the future.

Translations of "Feedback"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I’d appreciate some feedback and advice on my work:) !
A: @Hyees

Remove the first however that you use. Use however if you’re including another different opinion. “My mother likes cheese, however, I like chocolate.”

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“Advocates of established immigrant communities.” ... “might be ‘very’ challenging.” ...

Maybe say community instead of shelter. “A community with a strong bond that can offer emotional support.”

“Struggling with ‘the’ new language which ‘will’ make...”

“Forming immigrant communities.”

You wrote this essay really well, it was a pleasure to read it. :)





Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can you check it and give some feedbacks?
A: “The first reason is that self-service machines are convenient.” “Most automatic machines have simple manipulations which are programmed to solve problems quickly.” “For example, if I want to buy something at the vending machine, I just follow this three-step sequence. First, I press the start button. Next, I choose the type of snack I want. Finally, I put money into the machine and it gives me my snack.” “I also avoid bargaining price because the price is already stated on the product.” “I am prompted to choose whatever I want without worrying about being judged by the salesman.” “Therefore, they help people to save time so they can do other work that is more necessary, especially during peak service hours.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm looking at a paintings. and I want to give feedback about a painting.
「いきいきとした線ですね!」
A: It's a lovely line!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does feedback mean?
A: Feedback could mean someone's opinion on something.
Ex: can you give me some feedback on my essay?

Other questions about "Feedback"

Q: thank you very much for you feedback. Have a good day :) does this sound natural?
A: it should be: for your feedback. other than that, it sounds natural :)
Q: I was able to be honest with him and give (them) my honest feedback.

Is it supposed to be 'him' instead of 'them'?
A: It should be him instead of them. However, you don't need to repeat him.

I was able to be honest with him and give my honest feedback.

You could also right the sentence so you are also not repeating honest:
1. I was able to give him my honest feedback.
2. I was able to be honest with him when giving my feedback.
Q: Hey, do you have any feedback how I’ve done as a boss? does this sound natural?
A: 'on' is a preposition and here, it joins the first part of the sentence with the next. so it is used to specify what you want feedback on. i hope you understood me!
Q: You can see some professional feedback I’ve received from my previous colegues and clients at www.000.com does this sound natural?
A: Perfect
Q: Thank you for your feedback.
I am glad to hear the feedback.
Any time slot is ok for next interview. I will adjust it. does this sound natural?
A: "Thank you for your feedback."
"I am thankful for the feedback."/"I appreciate the feedback you provided."
"Any timeslot is okay for the next interview. I will adjust my schedule accordingly."

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