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

The meaning of "Hall" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The three of them took down the hall. mean?
A: Three of them started moving (usually running) through the hall
Q: What does "The hall was nor dark, nor yet was it lit, only by the high-hung bronze lamp"
In this sentence, did the light of bronze lamp turn on, or not? Is this mean only the bronze lamp was bright, so the hall was not dark nor bright? mean?
A: It was dimly light by the lamp.
Q: What does down the hall to the right. mean?
A: “Down the hall, to the right.”

You have to keep going straight through the hall, and then turn right to find what you are looking for.
Q: What does hall wasted mean?
A: The pumpkin at the end of hall is suppossed to be an o. So it's suppossed to be Hallowasted which is a play on words of Halloween. It means to get drunk on Halloween.
Q: What does hall of fame mean?
A: Hall of Fame usually refers to an exhibit or museum that honors people who did exceptionally well in their field. Examples of some are the Baseball Hall of Fame and Tennis Hall of Fame

Example sentences using "Hall"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hall.
A:

My apartment door opens to a long hall that leads to the living room. My cats like to run up and down the hall all night.

At school, I always smile when I pass him in the hall.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hall.
A: "The bathroom is down the hall"
"Came in through the entrance hall"
"A very long hallway"
Q: Please show me example sentences with hall.
A: My room is down the hall
Q: Please show me example sentences with hall.
A: she is in the hall
could I use hallway because it makes more sense to use that? if I can I will use it
the hallway on the right is where your room is. I can make more expressions with hallway than hall

Synonyms of "Hall" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I don't remember this hall being so long. and I don't remember this hall is so long. ?
A: I explained it in the answer.

When you remember something, a progressive verb (continuous) is required because it represents a STATE of something.

It's not correct because of grammar rules.
Q: What is the difference between hall and corridor ?
A: Corridor sounds slightly more formal or businesslike (not in a house). People would normally say hall or hallway.
Q: What is the difference between hall and hallway ?
A: @GemaC A hall or hallway is the room just inside the main entrance to a house, apartment or other building that leads to other rooms and usually to the stairs.
Q: What is the difference between hall and room and class ?
A: Room is an enclosed area in a place or home. "My room is where I live."
Hall is the area with doors along it, for walking. "My room is the last door in the hall."
Class is the quality or type of something in this sentence. "My room is high class."
Class is an area where students learn in this sentence. "We are taught in class."
To use all 3 of them: "My class room is the last in that hall."
Q: What is the difference between "throw it down the hall" and "throw down it to the hall" ?
A: "throw it down the hall" is correct
"throw down it to the hall" is not correct

Here "down" is being used as a preposition. It's not a phrasal verb

Translations of "Hall"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'll hear him in the hall before he pushes down the door buckle.

Is this correct?
A: ​I hear him approaching the bedroom/in the hall before he puts down the door handle.

I wanted to say it like this. 🤔
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the hall where you can sit down and watch a film in a cinema.
A: movie theater
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what the hall
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hall
A: Hope this helps! :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how say halls
A: "Halls"

Other questions about "Hall"

Q: The hall was packed with people of all ages.

Is this correct?
A: Yes, looks good to me.
Q: The new hall is more than 2 times larger than the old one. Does this sound natural?
A: Not sure how others feel but it sounds sort of unnatural to me somehow... 😂
I could be wrong though, not confident with this
But I'd suggest this:

The new hall is more than 2 times the size of the old one.
Q: The main hall of this shrine doesn't have any window.
So, we can't see the beautiful pictures of colorful clouds drawn on their ceiling.
Nobody except the head priest can get in there.
We can only see the pictures in photos. Does this sound natural?
A: The main hall of this shrine doesn't have any windows, So, we can't see the beautiful pictures of colorful clouds drawn on their ceilings. No one except the head priest can get in there. We can only see the pictures in photos.
Q: Not only in the hall way, you can also throw away the garbage in the room with wash machines. Does this sound natural?
A: Not only in the hallway, you can also throw away the garbage in the room with washing machines.

This would be better, but amazing job!
Q: The hall resounded with thunderous applause from the audience. Does this sound natural?
A: It's correct but also redundant. You can just say "The hall resounded with thunderous applause." because it is understood that the applause came from the audience.

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