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

The meaning of "Government" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the government unveiled the plan in a year-end news conference at a military facility on Friday. mean?
A: The government told people about a plan at a meeting. The meeting happened at the end of the year. It happened at an place where the army/navy/air force work.
Q: What does government assignment mean?
A: the government told you to do something
Q: What does "The government uses the information on invoices to validate transactions before you file your return."(especially "you file your return) mean?
A: "File your return" = refers to income tax returns filed and paid by the taxpayer to IRS (Internal Revenue Service).

So like if you have some expenses declared to be deducted from your taxes, they will have to look into proof/evidence relating to that example are invoices/receipts
Q: What does the federal government matches state spending but sets specific standards and benefits for states. mean?
A: basically the government will give the state the same amount it spends on its medicaid program, as long as the funds spent are within the federal standards set for each state
Q: What does the government are covering up the extent of the continuing disaster. (I especially would like to know the meaning of extent in this sentence) mean?
A: In this case, "extent" refers to the large scale of the disaster. Extent basically means how far something reaches or the degree, significance, or magnitude of something.

So it's basically saying the government is covering up (keeping secret) how big the disaster really is.

Note: It should be "the government is" instead of "the government are" unless there is something plural that comes before it like "members of the government are"


Example sentences using "Government"

Q: Please show me example sentences with the government should spend more money on defense.
A: Here's one example.

In order to keep the nation safe, the government should spend more money on defense.
Q: Please show me example sentences with government.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with government.
A: -The government is trying their best in improving the country's situation
- Its not the government's fault that this happen
Q: Please show me example sentences with It's worthless to trust the government. .
A: 1. Unless you like being spied on without your consent, it's worthless to trust the government.

2. Most conspiracy theorists uphold the age-held dogma of thinking that it is worthless to trust the government.

3. People who think that it is worthless to trust the government are not taking into serious account the many helpful government services provided such as national defense.

Synonyms of "Government" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between They agreed with the government's plan that reduces traffic. and They agreed with the government's plan to reduce traffic. ?
A: with the first one its in the past tense, explaining what plan they agreed with, and the 2nd sentence is in past tense saying they had agreed with the governments plan. Does that make sense?
Q: What is the difference between the government should focus more its attention on increasing people’s happiness and the government should focus more its attention on people’s happiness ?
A: Basically it has similar meaning
The difference is increasing mean there is any standard or indicator that show the rate of people's happiness, and government have to make the results become better nowdays or in the future from the past.
While "the government should focus more its attention on people's happiness" only show government have to more concerns on that matter
Q: What is the difference between government policy and governmental policy ?
A: I don't think we use governmental very much. They mean the same thing but i think just government is enough.
Q: What is the difference between The U.S. government is not seeking the regime change. and The U.S. government is not seeking a regime change. ?
A: Without knowing the context that these sentences were spoken, all I can talk about is the general difference between "the" and "a."

The difference in "a" and "the" is in how we think of the noun. For example, we think of "a dog" differently than "the dog." So "a dog bit me" is different from "the dog bit me." They're both talking about one dog, but with "a dog" we think of the dog in a generic way. We don't think of it as an individual with it's own unique traits. It's just one member from the category dog. Well when we think of things like categories, we think of everything in that category like it's the same. So when we think of "a dog" we think of all dogs as being the same.

"The dog" is different. Now we're thinking about a specific dog with it's own unique traits. It's unique from all other dogs.

Well, in English, we have a tendency to use "a" when we introduce something and "the" when we talk about it after that. So I could tell you, "A dog bit me today. It was really scary and I cried because the dog was mean."

I used "a dog" to let you know of what category of noun I was going to be talking about (the category dog) and then once you were aware that I was talking about a dog, I used "the dog" because now you're aware which dog I'm talking about--I'm talking about the dog that bit me.

So when we use "a" we're just generically talking about a category and when we use "the" we're pointing to a specific thing in that category.

Therefore, "...seeking a regime change" is used when the speaker thinks you don't know which regime change they're talking about or they don't care about talking about any specific one. They just want to talk about all regime changes in general.

"...seeking the regime change" is used when the speaker is thinking of a specific regime change and they think you can determine from the context which one they're talking about.
Q: What is the difference between The government is doing its best to solve blah blah... and The government is doing their best to solve blah blah... ?
A: No necessarily, they both can be talking about the government. Its like saying the government as a whole (its best) or as a group of individuals (themselves).

Translations of "Government"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The Japanese government is consider that the state of emergency should be extended .

Please correct my English.
A: The Japanese Government is considering extending the State of Emergency.

Because the context of the sentence implies it's an ongoing event, conjugating the verbs to the ing conjugation would be more appropriate.
I also reordered and cut out a few words to reflect how it's commonly spoken.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 3.- The government did this, because some local villages not all, They armed themselves with weapons and expelled local companies such as local construction companies and Walmart.
A: The government did this, because some local villages, not all, armed themselves with weapons and expelled local companies (such as local construction companies) and Walmart.

By doing this, the conflict came to an end and it has been a peaceful community for more than 15 years.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 日本政府がコロナウイルスの感染の疑いがある人たちの下船を決めた。Japanese governments decided that people who are suspected of the infection of the corona virus leaving the ship.
A: The Japanese government decided that the people (who are) suspected of having contracted the coronavirus leave the ship.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Japanese government should regard 18 years old as an adult. Is this correct?
A: yes! well done!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? government
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Other questions about "Government"

Q: "The government has also warned Japanese schools in South Korea to keep abreast of developments amid the climbing tensions, the education minister said Friday."

What does "to keep abreast of developments" mean here?
A: to stay up-to-date/informed/aware
Q: The government has increased the number of holidays because they has been criticized by other countries for the face people work too hard and hardly take a off.
Does this sound natural?
A: Some improvements....

The Japanese government has increased the number of holidays because they have been criticized by other countries for making their people work long hours and hardly not taking time off.
Q: The government should prevent youth crime, which may continues in adulthood. Does this sound natural?
A: no there should not be "s" with the verb(continue) when you use it with modal "may"
Q: one of the government policy is that one family can have one child only. Does this sound natural?
A: Try saying: one of the government policies is that a family can only have one child

Or

Having one child per family is another government policy
Q: The government ____ the riot by calling in the squad.
"suppressed" and "oppressed",which one would you use to fill in the blank above?
A: Would is a past tense helping verb and can be used in a few ways.

"Would you be willing to help me?" Here, it expresses doubt. It isn't that you doubt your friend will help, it means that you know the answer might be no.

"We would go camping every week." "We went camping every week."
Here is a simple past tense sentence with would as a helping verb. Both of these sentences are correct, the difference between them is mostly personal style.

One of the more difficult things about words like would, might, could, or other words you will see substituted for them is that they signal the subjunctive mood. In the subjunctive mood, there is a feeling of uncertainty or doubt. We have this mood in English, but as a native English speaker I was never taught about it until I learned Spanish as a teenager. Reading English or native Chinese explanations about the Spanish subjunctive tense and how it's used may help explain the difference a little better.

That one is kind of hard to explain, sorry I couldn't be more clear!

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