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

The meaning of "Focus" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the main focus for today mean?
A: It means, "the thing that we'll be paying most attention to today."
Q: What does and it strengthens focus to the point that some ADHD patients elect to throw out their prescriptions. mean?
A: They’re saying that exercise is so therapeutic for people suffering from adhd that some of them think they don’t need their medications anymore and decide to throw them out.
Q: What does ''For me, it's important to have a focus outside of studying'' mean?
A: This means that besides just studying for school, it's important for you to also have interests OUTSIDE of school, for example hobbies or sports.
Q: What does focus mean?
A: Enfocar.

Example: "Wherever she goes she is the focus of attention"
"Allá donde va, es el foco de todas las miradas"




Q: What does so always let that be your focus mean?
A: It means "that" is the most important thing to remember. Example: When teaching children, positive reinforcement is very helpful, so always let that be your focus.
Example 2: Learning a language is hard but you will get better with practice, so always let that be your focus.

Example sentences using "Focus"

Q: Please show me example sentences with focus on.
A: focus on your work . do you want sentences ??
Q: Please show me example sentences with It's a soft focus.
A: The film went into soft focus: the lights dimmed and figures blurred ever so slightly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with focus on.
A: I want to graduate next year, so I'm going to focus on my studies for now.
Why don't you focus on what you're doing instead of thinking about useless things?
Her attention is really focused on her children.
Q: Please show me example sentences with focus on.
A: 'I need to focus on study but I keep getting distracted.'
'Please try to focus on the main point in the essay.'
'I zoomed in on the camera in order to focus on the flower.'
'Please focus on you own work.'
'All my mum focuses on is good grade, it doesn't matter if I am happy or not.'

Synonyms of "Focus" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between focus and concentrate ?
A: I thought I’d give you the definitions and examples so you could fully understand:
Focus - pay particular attention to
Concentrate - focus one’s attention or mental effort on a particular object or activity

Concentrate has more of a mental aspect than focus (if I’m making any sense). They are generally the same meaning. They are synonyms after all.

You can think of them as:
Concentrate - when you have to block out distractions from your surroundings and pay attention to what you are doing
Focus - pay attention at certain thing(s)

Examples:
Concentrate - I need to concentrate on reading this book.
Focus - In today’s class, we are going to focus on these topics.

As you can see, the ‘concentrate’ used here is by focusing mentally. The ‘focus’ is used as more of a ‘what to pay attention to’ word.
Q: What is the difference between focus group and brainstorming ?
A: Focus group is a group of people whose reactions are studied for a specific purpose

While brainstorming is a group of people who finds a conclusion or solution to a problem or topic
Hope that helps 😊
Q: What is the difference between focus and concentrate ?
A: @miho007: yes! but its better to say "I was focusing, I was concentrating" since you are speaking in past tense.
Q: What is the difference between focus and concentrate ?
A: They both mean the same thing , concentrate has a more heavier feel to it than focus , you would concentrate on a maths question , whereas you would focus on something less complicated I don't know if that makes sense
Q: What is the difference between focus on and be focused on ?
A: It is the same meaning one is simply passive as compared to active as you noted.

Translations of "Focus"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to say like: "The focus of prior works are mainly on increasing A, meanwhile we found that B has been neglected in spite of its low income."
is it make sense?
A: This makes complete sense! You did a perfect job with the grammar and spelling.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? now my focus is on the word “complaisant”: may it go like that? “Sometimes I'm too hard on myself. I should be more complaisant about my foibles: at the end, I'm weak like everyone else”
A: They are a complaisant business that will do anything to please you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? focus
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? it’s focused on or focused in?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? focus
A: "Foe kiss"

Other questions about "Focus"

Q: The focus of moving camera is really nice. The camera man must be a genius. Does this sound natural?
A: It is spelled genius. And to apply that to a cameraman's work seems like hyperbole. The cameraman is very clever might be better.
Q: The focus of English teaching in Japan is reading. So we hardly ever learn how to communicate in English. But this situation has been gradually improving especially since Tokyo was selected to host the 2020 Olympic Games.
Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds pretty good the way it is. The only thing is that I will add the word 'verbally" for clarification.

So we hardly ever learn how to verbally communicate in English.
Q: Please focus on my intonation.
I say "Young Irish people coming to London in search of work" Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds great, if anything try to pronounce the "p" sound a little softer
Q: I focus in studying English. or I'm focusing on studying English. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes that sounds correct.
Q: Featured or focus?

For example,
I want to say,

1/
This song is featured on graduation.
2/
This song focuses on graduation.

Are these correct?
If not,
please tell me the correct sentence.
A: Yep! Sorry for the long wait time.

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