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

The meaning of "Guide" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This guide is not a definitive guide to the law. mean?
A: "guide" = 1. a person who leads a group, often a tour group 2. a book or article which introduces you to and offers an overview to a subject, eg. a guidebook to tourism of a country written by Lonely Planet or maybe an article which is a "guide to buying a flat/apartment"

definitive = detailed/comprehensive

Essentially your sentence is saying that this book/article is not legal advice. They say this so they can't be sued or taken to court of they say something wrong.
Q: What does guided by mean?
A: guiado por
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Q: What does rough guide mean?
A: A general set of instructions about something. "Rough" means some statements in the guide may not be completely accurate or many details.
Q: What does guide mean?
A: Guide - person who advises or shows the way to others.

Example sentences using "Guide"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ​‎We’ll guide you in order including the outside table.Could you wait in line please . in order or in turn??(I work at restaurant that always have line. some customers seat outside table without asking us.).
A: we will guide you in order including the outside table. please wait in the queue. in order or in turn.
I work in restaurant that always have line. some customers wait on the seat without asking us.



"Could you wait in line )

you can't ask for waiting because you would say that please wait there/ please sit on the chair. we will call you after preparing your order.
Q: Please show me example sentences with guide.
A: I just bought a copy of Frommer's Travel Guide to read about places we might visit.

When we go to Guatemala we will hire a native guide to show us around because we don't speak Spanish.

Can you guide me to the nearest restroom? I have to crap.

Synonyms of "Guide" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between guide and lead ?
A: To guide = To give advice / To tell which way to go / To tell what someone is doing wrong
To lead = To go before other people and show the way / To do something yourself to set an example

- Can you guide me to the nearest mall? = Can you tell me directions to the nearest mall?
- Can you lead me to the nearest mall? = Can you walk to the nearest mall, and I will follow behind you

(A "tour guide" is both leading other people and giving people advice)
Q: What is the difference between guide someone through somewhere and lead someone through somewhere ?
A: To guide someone somewhere means to just help them when they make a mistake, letting them do most of the work (walking, descision making). You just point them in the right direction.

To lead someone somewhere means to not allow the person to make decisions (turn right or left, take the stairs or elevator, etc.). You are taking their hand and bringing them to somewhere.

*"guiding" implies leisurely, sight-seeing, etc. where wasting time makes no difference, whereas "leading" implies not enough time, you want them to get to their destination quickly.
Q: What is the difference between The guide in my life and My guide in life. ?
A: I wouldn't say "the guide in my life", just "my guide in life", like "God is my guide in life"...
Q: What is the difference between guide and guidance ?
A: Glad to help. Yes guide is quite like a concrete method . It can be used as a noun and a verb so it can get a bit confusing sometimes !
Q: What is the difference between guide and instruct ?
A: guide is more of showing
and instruct is more like telling

Translations of "Guide"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Would you be my personal guide to New York If I go to New York? If you say yes, I will stay in New York for the rest of days before I come back.

Is that correct?
A: this is correct, you may use it.
the diffrence is in us english they tend to use short sentences other then this sentence structure is correct! cheers🙃
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? guide
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? guide
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? guide
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I know this app.very well, so I can live without the guide!
A: Just how you wrote it is how you would say it.
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Other questions about "Guide"

Q: Can I guide you? does this sound natural?
Q: Why do you learn English?

I want to act as a guide in Kyoto and I want to be able to speak English on my trip on June. does this sound natural?
A: I want to act as a guide in Kyoto and I want to be able to speak English on my trip *in* June.

@Giddys "my coming trip".
Q: A: I'll assign him to be your guide.
B: I'll get him to be your guide. does this sound natural?
A: A sounds more like you’re going to make him be the guide, B sounds like you’re going to convince him to be the guide.
Q: Our guide will join US directly in Rome.
We are going to take him at the first stop. does this sound natural?
A: Yes, the best way to say it is "We are going to pick him up at the first stop". If you say "we are going to take him at the first stop" it doesn't really make sense (and the phrase "to take someone", if used without the preposition 'to', has sexual connotations.)
Q: After all, what you want to do is guide your audience to where you want them to be! does this sound natural?
A: Yes, it sounds natural!

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