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

The meaning of "Form" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm still out of the form. mean?
A: 場合によって違う意味があるけれど、私はformをまだ持っていませんという意味だと思います。
Q: What does a form is available with the required data mean?
A: This is talking about an online form.

"A form . . . with the required data" = A form with all the required fields completed.

Many forms have REQUIRED fields and OPTIONAL fields; for instance, a form usually has required fields like: name, age and address, as well as optional fields like: 'Title' (Mr., Mrs., Ms) and 'Comments'.
Q: What does in one form or another mean?
A: It means "in some form".
Q: What does form peaks mean?
A: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5clJ7tUYcY
Q: What does It pretty much just goes on forms. mean?
A: ahh okay! Yeah, she just means she uses it on paperwork otherwise it's not important or necessary

Example sentences using "Form"

Q: Please show me example sentences with form a band .
A: We should form a band
I want to form a band
You guys should form a banf
Q: Please show me example sentences with What's the correct form to ask a question like this:

How I can go to the ( anywhere )

Or

How can I go to the ( anywhere )


Is this the correct form to ask a information?.
A: "How can I go to the..."

Put the verb first when it is a question. Put the subject first if it is a statement:

"I can go to the..."

Do you understand?
Q: Please show me example sentences with as (which form I should use after I use 'as').
A: No. But future tense isn't used with it much unless you are saying "As I will be (verb)". For example, "As I will be traveling soon, I need to save my money"
Q: Please show me example sentences with wish. always past form after wish like I wish you were here !.
A: _Wish + past : not true ( present )
_Wish + were/was doing : (now) regret
We wish it wasnt raining now (= we are sorry it is raining )
_wish + had done something ( P2)- not true ( past )
I wish he had taken my advice ( he didnt take my advice )
_Wish + would do something ( desire )
WE wish IT would stop raining ( dont use this form with the same subject : HE wish HE would be a millionaire -> wrong )
good luck!

Q: Please show me example sentences with form of control.
A: a. The government uses television as a form of control.

b. She is passive aggressive, it's her form of control.

c. He gave an ultimatum which is a weak form of control.

Synonyms of "Form" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between form and shape ?
A: A shape is has two measurements.
(Example)
Square, circle, triangle, rectangle, octagon

The form of something usually has more than two measurements.
(Example)
Cube, cone, orb, cylinder
Q: What is the difference between form and shape and in portuguese we translate these two words to "forma" ?
A: They can mean the same thing. As in the configuration of something. But they have secondary meanings. Form can mean bring parts together to make something new. Shape can mean the state or condition of something. ex. That hat is in bad shape. It's literally falling apart!
Q: What is the difference between -ing form and form with "to -" and when use -ing form (infinitive) and when e.g. "to be" ?
A: http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/grammar-vocabulary/grammar-videos/verb-ing-or-verb-infinitive
Q: What is the difference between fill in this form. and fill out this form. ?
A: FILL IN = AS AN ENGLISH MAN WOULD SAY.
FILL OUT = AS AN AMERICAN MAN WOULD SAY.
Q: What is the difference between A is the basic form of B and A is the basic form to B and A is the basic form for B ?
A: "of" means A is a part of B. they are portions of the same thing.

"to" means they are two different things being added or compared.

"for" in this case describes purpose. it insinuates a was made for B.

Translations of "Form"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? form, from
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? completed , form , submitted , transcript , statement , receive
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I can't help being rude "for you" or "to you"? Which form?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is the correct form to say "más o menos " but in English . I listened that say "more less", "Pretty much" and " so so", please can you tell me what is the correct or if you know other form
A: You can NOT say:
"Did your friend enjoy the trip?"
"So so".
does NOT work.

Similarly, "How was the trip?"
"More or less"
doesn't work.
With "more or less" and "pretty much" you have to refer back to a specific feeling in the question.

I hope that makes sense.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is the correct form: you can learn Spanish from me
or
You can learn Spanish with me what is the differences ty
A: Cuando dices "You can learn Spanish from me" das a entender que les puedes enseñar, cuando dices "You can learn Spanish with me" das a entender lo mismo, aunque también que pueden aprender juntos.

Other questions about "Form"

Q: I would like to introduce myself in a form of quiz. Does this sound natural?
A: I put natural because you just forgot an "A" since you're only saying one quiz. "I would like to introduce myself in a form of a quiz." But for more that one quiz, use "I would like to introduce myself in the form of quizzes." You got this!
Q: I am confused at whether or not there is a weak form at preposition's 'ON'.

Normally, you can say 'on' clearly and slowly as /ɒn/ as strong forms

I've checked at some dictionaries at Cambridge and Oxford dictionary, they don't mention on the weak form's pronunciation.

However, I, am a Japanese, checked at English-Japanese dictionaries, they mention on the weak form as /ən/.

For example, is there the difference of pronunciation between 'It goes on' and 'There is an apple on the table' in connected speech?

Does it exist?

Thanks Yuichi
A: My big dictionary agrees with me. =)

Also, I looked up the phonetic sound /ən/ and to me that sounds like "urn". We never say "on" like that.
Q: What's the titling form of a term essay ? To capitalize all, or just all the initials?
For example, it's "The New Database of Financial Reform", or "THE NEW DATABASE OF FINANCIAL REFORM" ?
Additionally, what font should I use ?
A: "The New Database of Financial Reform" is the best one. This is used by most people. "The New Database Of Financial Reform" and "The New Database of Financial Reform" are also good. "THE NEW DATABASE OF FINANCIAL REFORM" is not good usually.

I think the best font for an essay or book is "Times New Roman". "Arial" and "Helvetica" are also good.
Q: Since I have already filled the form, sending to you would not do any harm, right? Does this sound natural?
A: filled -> filled out

sending to you -> sending it to you
Q: Why don't we stop talking in the desu/masu form? Let's talk in the casual form unless you want to practice the desu/masu form.

Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "stop using desu/masu form", but keep "let's talk in casual form". When learning Japanese, students often hear "Use Desu-Masu form!", so "use" is better. Whoever you are talking to will probably be very happy! :)

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