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

The meaning of "Group" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "emboldening groups long in the shadows" in the 4th paragraph mean?
A: Emboldening= giving power to/giving a voice to.
Q: What does to blow up the group text mean?
A: When one person sends many messages in a small amount of time.
Q: What does group up mean?
A: I would guess it means to "form groups" or "put yourselves in groups"
Q: What does working groups (as in "The AHPA provides representation to national committees and working groups." mean?
A: @misokatsu: A working group is a temporary team that does a specific job.

So an organisation might put together a working group to investigate something and make a report.

In this case AHPA is saying they will provide experts to work on such groups.
Q: What does He assembled groups of twenty university students. mean?
A: This means more than one group of university students was created. To assemble them means the university students were asked to participate in the group and they showed up and were divided into groups of twenty.

Example sentences using "Group"

Q: Please show me example sentences with How large a group .
A: The waiter wanted to know how large of a table the group needed, so he asked : "How large of a group Sir?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with group.
A: he showed me another group of pictures
Q: Please show me example sentences with we should have had him in this group? is that correct to say .
A: “We should have had him in our group” is correct, but it sounds like the opportunity for him to join your group is gone, and you missed the chance. If you say “We should have him in our group,” it means that you want him in the group and it is still possible for him to join.
Q: Please show me example sentences with how did you group up.
A: how did you get together?
How did your group start? That’s all I can think of because I would need to know more context as to what group is coming together, such as relationship? Or party groups, etc...

Synonyms of "Group" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The group of workers has set fire 'on' a barricade to protest against government's decision that it'll sell their company.
and The group of workers has set fire 'to' a barricade to protest against government's decision that it'll sell their company. ?
A: The second sentence is correct.

You set things on fire.
You set fire to things.

It depends on what order you put the words.
Q: What is the difference between If the group that you are addressed is sufficietly large. and If the group being addressed is suffiently large. ?
A: you addressed - you did it, in the past

being addressed - might be you or anyone else, right now
Q: What is the difference between He is telling every group what to do. and He is telling each group what to do ?
A: Well you correct it’s just that the the first one could sometimes be the same as the second one.
Q: What is the difference between groups and clusters ?
A: Groups tends to be used when describing collectives of people. Example: There are many different groups attending the event.

Clusters isn’t used to describe people. It is used to describe things. Example: There are clusters of tiny holes on a lotus seed.
Q: What is the difference between nation、nationality、race、tribe、ethnic group and people ?
A: Nation = country, state, land
Nationality = belonging to a country I.e they are of Chinese nationality - 他们是中国人
Race - 人种
tribe - 部族
Ethnic group - similar to race; 种族
people - I.e the government is trying to please the People - 国民

Translations of "Group"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎Did you join in any group there's people most of all are English speaker?
A: I'm not entirely sure I understand what you mean, but I'll give it a try.
"Have you ever joined any groups where most of them were English speakers?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? she was tired and couldn't keep up with the group
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he went on to help organize other groups in areas such as language, design and marketing
A: Personally, I don’t feel like it makes a difference between the rising and falling tone. I do think that the way you were taught sounds better to the ears, but either way, the tone you use doesn’t change the meaning of the sentence so it doesn’t really matter too much.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please could all group leaders report to the Front Desk before allowing their group into the museum. What does the "could" mean?
A: It's ungrammatical but common slang. The proper way to say it would be "Could all group leaders please report to the Front Desk" or "Could all group leaders report to the front desk please."

The last one is probably the most grammatical (and most similar to Japanese) but English speakers will use any of the three. "Please" gets put in lots of places in common English!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how should I say when I'm guiding huge group and I'd like to get attention?
A: @Huka: "May I have everyone's attention, please!" in a loud voice, speaking using your diaphragm. :)

Other questions about "Group"

Q: I've enjoyed watching you struggling with group dances through this semester lol does this sound natural?
A: I've enjoyed watching you struggle with group dances throughout this semester
Q: Speaking of military there is a terrorist group so-called Islamic state does this sound natural?
A: Depending on your precise meaning...

Speaking of military, there is the so-called Islamic State terrorist group.
Q: There is a group of veterans in the UK called “Veterans for Peace”with 169 members.
does this sound natural?
A: The 've' in veterans should be a little smoother and longer.

Also make sure the 'th' in with is clear.

Other than that, great job!:)
Q: We have four groups. Everyone has to belong to any one of them. does this sound natural?
A: We have four groups. Everyone needs to pick one to belong in. Or, everyone needs to pick one to be in. I hope this helps you!
Q: Suppose a group of school kids want to play "tag". They must select a person. In this situation how do you say :

1-let's select someone"?
2- let's draw (?)
3- Who was chosen by pick / draw (?)
4- You are selected by draw(?), so stay outside.

Actually I need to know possible sentences you use in this situation. :)
A: No problem. ;) Hmm. I think I'd say "Let's do Eenie Meenie Miney Moe."

That said, this is an activity so casual that there really aren't set phrases, and of course little kids may say all kinds of unusual things. :)

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