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

## The meaning of "Frequency" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does frequency matching

mean?
A: It sounds like a technical term. Where did you see it?
Q: What does You're laughing at frequencies only dogs should hear. mean?
A: Humans can hear up to 20,000 Hz. Dogs can hear up to 79,000 Hz. So, her laughter was so high pitched, it was above 20,000 Hz, but dogs can still hear it. Of course, this is an exaggeration for comedy.
Q: What does arrange the frequency adverbs in the box below on the line that follows according to the degree of frequency they express mean?
A: “Line up the words in the box based on how frequent (often) they describe”

For example:
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Yearly
Q: What does frequency mean?
A: The rate at which something occurs or the amount of times something occurred. For example, "The frequency of car crashes in the city is increasing," meaning the amount of times car accidents occur is increasing.

## Example sentences using "Frequency"

Q: Please show me example sentences with frequency per minute.
A: Thank you so much.
Q: Please show me example sentences with frequency.
A: This radio is unable to pick up any frequency.

The frequency of accidents decreased dramatically.
Q: Please show me example sentences with frequency.
A: “What’s the frequency of this equation?”

“Have you learnt about frequency in science yet?”

“The sun rays have a high radioactive frequency.”

“Have you done your frequency training yet?”
Q: Please show me example sentences with frequency.
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## Synonyms of "Frequency" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "frequency" and "wavelength" ?
A: Wavelength is the distance between two peaks. Frequency is how often the peaks appear. The two are inversely proportional
Q: What is the difference between frequency and often ?
A: Depends how you use frequency as you could could be talking about how often you do or use something or you could be on about a measurement of sound
Q: What is the difference between frequency and often ?
A: I think you mean 'frequently' (frequency has no relation to 'often'). There isn't really a difference between frequently and often, they are both interchangeable, although 'frequently' is considered by many to be a 'posh' word.
Example:
I visit the beach frequently.
I often go to the beach.
These both mean the same thing.

## Translations of "Frequency"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Just so so，not very frequency
A: if you’re talking about feeling just so so, you could say you are alright, okay, or not bad. If you’re saying that something doesn’t happen frequently you can say it happens sometimes, or not usually
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say frequency?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frequency
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frequency
A: Good job!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frequency
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Q: The frequency of meeting and talking with others caused by the pandemic has surely been hurting our mental health. Does this sound natural?
A: × The frequency of meeting and talking with others caused by the pandemic has surely been hurting our mental health.
✓ The absence of meeting and talking with others caused by the pandemic has surely been hurting our mental health.

(More naturally,) “The scarcity of interacting with others amidst the pandemic has really taken a toll on our mental health.”
Q: I want know the using frequency of those words.
wastebasket vs garbage can vs trash can
A: @LastNight In the US, we usually use trash can or garbage can
Q: I have to use frequency adverbs.
Ana is a university student. Because of her lessons, she always has to get up before seven o'clock in the morning. She'd rather Cook something fast for breakfast like eggs in order not to lose time. She always studies English as she is majoring in foreing languages and English is the main language in this project. Ana said that she never writes emails because she doesn't have whom write to. She often plays sport like volleyball and basketball. Also Ana often eats fruit since she loves grapes, apples and pears. She doesn't play computer games due to her bad computer. She often arrives at class early because she wakes up early in the morning as well. Of course, Ana always uses the Internet for everything since she needs to comunicate and investigate. She always goes out in the evening as she prints her homework at this time. She hardly ever does the housework since her mother does it. Ana always listens to music because she likes listening to music on the bus or the way home. Does this sound natural?
A: I have to use frequency adverbs.
Ana is a university student. Because of her lessons, she always has to get up before seven o'clock in the morning. She'd rather cook something fast for breakfast (like eggs) in order to not lose time. She always studies English, as she is majoring in foreing languages. English is the main language in this project. Ana said that she never writes emails because she doesn't have anyone write to. She often plays sports like volleyball and basketball. Ana often eats fruit since she loves grapes, apples and pears. She doesn't play computer games due to her bad computer. She often arrives to class early because she wakes up early in the morning. Of course, Ana always uses the Internet for everything since she needs to comunicate and investigate. She always goes out in the evening, because she prints her homework then. She hardly ever does the housework since her mother does it for her. Ana always listens to music because she likes to listen to music on the bus or her way home.

For the most part this was very fluent. There were very few grammatical errors. The most common ones I found were run-on sentences. Some other things I found was just an excess amount of words. I changed everything I thought would sound better and more fluent. Aside from those few problems I thought it was very good!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce frequency.
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Q: Which one do you use,
occur with “a” high frequency
or
occur with high frequency?
Thanks.
A: occur with a high frequency

## frequency

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