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

The meaning of "Guitar" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does always strumming away on your guitar? mean?
A: It means that someone is doing something a lot/all the time. In the quote you give, the woman is angry that the man is strumming his guitar too much.
Q: What does You ready to pick a little (she says that while handing her guitar) mean?
A: I believe this refers to finger picking. When someone plays the guitar with their fingers and not with a plastic or metal piece.

Pick a little means sounds like nothing serious. Just practice or for fun.

Q: What does It will not be long before she plays the guitar . mean?
A: She will play the guitar soon.

It will not be long = It will not be a long time = it will be a short time = it will be soon.

Synonyms of "Guitar" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I either play the guitar or spend time with my family and I play either the guitar or spend time with my family and I finally know it and I know it finally ?
A: Wortstellung von „either“:

Der erste Satz bedeutet, dass man sich für entweder eine Aktivität oder die andere entscheidet. Ich spiele Gitarre oder verbringe Zeit mit meiner Familie. Der zweite Satz ist leider nicht korrekt und macht keinen Sinn auf Englisch. Das Problem ist, „either“ wirkt auf das Wort ein, das direkt danach kommt. Das heißt, das Wort direkt nach „either“ muss eine der Optionen sein und bestimmt was für Optionen es gibt. Wenn man „either“ vor „the guitar“ stellt statt „play“, sind die möglichen Optionen nur Dinge, die gespielt werden dürfen. Also ein richtiger Satz könnte so aussehen: „I play either the guitar or the violin“. Wenn man „either“ vor „play“ stellt, sind die Optionen alle Verben. zB I either play guitar or sit on my bed.

Wortstellung von „finally“:

Es gibt keinen großen Unterschied zwischen die Stellungen. Mit solchen Sätzen ist die mündliche Betonung mehr wichtig als die Stellung. Beides bedeutet, dass man etwas endlich versteht und man kann beides in denselben Fällen benutzen.
Q: What is the difference between To play the guitar and Play the guitar ?
A: A to-do list is effectively a list of imperatives.

Imperatives look exactly the same as infinitives without "to" so that is the form you should use.
Q: What is the difference between how long have taken a guitar ledsons and how long have you been taking a guitar kessons ?
A: ‘How long have you taken guitar lessons?’ 얼마 동안 기타 레슨을 받았어요?—>1)과거 2)행동이 이미 끝났어요
“How long have you been taking guitar lessons? 얼마 동안 기타 레슨을 받고 있어요?—> 행동이 아직 안 끝났어요
Q: What is the difference between Playing guitar in a rainy day. and Playing guitar on a rainy day. ?
A: "In" means you're INSIDE the day.
"On" means IT HAPPENS ON the day.

Examples: (O = right, X = wrong).

1. I study in my free time (O), I study on my free time (X)
2. I am in the couch (O but it means you're INSIDE the couch), I am on the couch (O but it means you're ON TOP OF/SITTING ON the couch)
3. I am in love, (O) I am on love (X)
4. I am in vacation (O but it means you currently have vacation), I am on vacation (O)
5. I am in the building (O = you're INSIDE the building), I am on the building (O = you're ON TOP of the building)
Q: What is the difference between I can play the guitar and I am able to play the guitar ?
A: Actually, I am able to play is like you know how but you don't necessarily will or want/can right now. But essentially both have the same meaning

Translations of "Guitar"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? guitar
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? we just have better listening to play a guitar by someone.->Is it natuaral????
A: It is not natural. But this is how what you have sounds like.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I play guitar
A: ( 私は ) ギターを弾きます
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? To play the guitar or To play a guitar?
A: The guitar 🎸

Para instrumentos, se usa 'the'
The piano 🎹
The violin 🎻
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "I'm playing guitar" or "I'm playing on guitar"
A: I'm playing the guitar.

Other questions about "Guitar"

Q: Recently, I got a new guitar. Why don't you get started to play the guitar? Let me hear baby. does this sound natural?
A: @daikipod: For sentence two, it should say: "Why don't you start playing the guitar?" This is because the verb in the sentence is not "started". It is "play".
Q: I like to play the guitar.
The kind of guitar is an electric guitar.
I began to play it when I was twelve years old.
I persuaded my mother to allow me to go to the guitar school. does this sound natural?
A: I like to play the guitar. Mine is an electric guitar. I began to play when I was 12 years old. I convinced my mother to let me take guitar lessons.

You're very close, but I had to change it a little bit. ^^
Q: I learn how to play a guitar does this sound natural?
A: I'm learning to play guitar.
Q: I guess these custom-made guitar picks are for throwing away to the fans at their gigs.

ここにある特注のギターピックは、ライブでファンに投げるものだと思います。 does this sound natural?
A: Perfect but i would change the "throwing away"
"throwing out to the fans"
"throwing to the fans"
"giving away to the fans"
Q: I guess these custom-made guitar picks are for throwing away to the fans at their gigs.

ここにある特注のギターピックは、ライブでファンに投げるものだと思います。 does this sound natural?
A: Yes! Perfect! 😄
You just needed to add more context to the original sentence to make it clear what you actually meant. "throwing from the stage" makes the sentence 💯% understandable and much much more more natural!

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