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

The meaning of "Grass" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I do tend to assume the grass is greener mean?
A: It is from "the grass is greener on the other side of the hill". Here it means that you assume something else is better.
Q: What does Sometimes the grass may appear greener in the other side mean?
A: It is an expression that means that sometimes something else appears better, but may not be. It stems from the idea that the grass on the other side of a hill, which you can't see, is better than the grass on the side you can see.
Q: What does She had grass in her hair and grass stains on her FBI Academy windbreaker from diving to the ground under fire in an arrest problem on the range. mean?
A: She was at the shooting range, doing a training exercise where she was learning how to arrest people.
Q: What does The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. mean?
A: It's you're neve content, and feeling the thing what you haven't is always better
Q: What does And the grass with dew is wet mean?
A: sometimes grass in the morning is wet . that is what they call morning rain when it is on the ground - dew. it is cold during the night and when morning comes and it gets warmer drops of water appear which is the dew. so this sentence here is there was a lot of drops of water on the grass this morning making it wet .

Example sentences using "Grass"

Q: Please show me example sentences with The grass is always greener.
A: Try looking at the transcript from this page
Q: Please show me example sentences with grass
A: 1.The boy was lying on the grass under an old tree
2. The farmer fed the cows and sheep grass.
3. After the heavy rain, the grass was still damp .
4. The grass was dry and patchy after a period of drought.
Q: Please show me example sentences with grass.
A: "the grass has gotten longer"

"the grass is green"

"the grass needs to be cut"

Synonyms of "Grass" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between grass and weed and lawn ?
A: Absolutely you can say green is beautiful. Beauty is a matter of perspective after all. I live in a evergreen forest. It's definitely my favorite color.😁
Q: What is the difference between It feels good to lie back in the warm grass. and It feels good to lie back on the warm grass. ?
A: Both are natural but the former one is a little bit specific... like we have a growed up grass in here so that's why you can lay IN it... I would prefer using the later one for the daily speech
Q: What is the difference between grass and lawn ?
A: Grass is just grass-- it can be anywhere.
A lawn is more specific and refers to someone's yard (covered in grass).
Q: What is the difference between grass and lawn ?
A: Grass is a generic term for the plant or species. A lawn is a carefully maintained area of grass meant to look good.
Q: What is the difference between grass and weed ?
A: Grass is the green stuff in fields and what cows eat (the normal stuff). Weed can mean 2 things. 1.The drug weed, marjuana or 2. An unwanted plant growing in a place it isn't wanted. You can also describe someone as being like a weed (weedy) meaning physically weak

Translations of "Grass"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Which one is correct?

I play on THE grass court
I play on grass (court)?
A: The first one is correct, the second is not. But if you are talking about what you generally do and not about a specific grass court, then we would say, ‘I play on grass courts’ or just ‘I play on grass.’
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? there are grass on the garden.( is it correct?)
A: We say: "There is grass in the garden."

Good work. Keep it up!

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the grasses of other always look greener
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 그래스스워드(grass sword)가 핀의 팔(finn's arm)을 휘감는(?) 장면(scene)(finn and jake )
A: "The scene in Adventure Time where the grass sword wraps itself around Finn's arm" would be my guess at how to translate it
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? grass and glass
A: ถ้าคำว่า Grass ที่แปลว่าหญ้า เราจะออกเสียงว่า แกรส
ส่วนคำว่า Glass ที่แปลว่าแก้ว เราจะออกเสียงว่า กลาส

Other questions about "Grass"

Q: grass
Which sound is correct? Does this sound natural?
A: the first A sound there, not "ahhh"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce grow here and there all over the grass.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I looked in the grass, but who reflected in the glass is not me but Mira. Does this sound natural?
A: @Marlorabe That would be a run-on sentence and also breaks parallel structure.
* I looked in the glass, but the reflection (in the glass) was not mine, but Mira's. ✔

If you want to use "instead", you'll need to start a new sentence. Additionally, as the first part is using the possessive "mine", the second should maintain that, saying "Mira's". So:
☓ The reflection was not mine, but Mira. (broken parallel structure)
- 写った顔は僕のではなく、ミラだった。
◯ The reflection was not mine, but Mira's (OK).
- 写った顔は僕のではなく、ミラのだった。
◯ The reflection was not me, but Mira (Maintains parallel structure. OK)
 - 写ったのは僕ではなく、ミラだった。
Q: When we write grass should we only write it form of grasses?
A: Grass is singular AND plural

-A single blade of grass
-He mowed the grass
Q: -Why doesn't grass grow under the sea-saw? -Because when children ride it they push on the ground with their feet and trample the grass and it can't grow . Help me say it more naturally
A: -It's usually spelled 'seesaw'

-A 'merry-go-round' is a carousel (it's not a seesaw)

-You can say "so it can't grow" instead. I think it's slightly better.

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