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

The meaning of "Hard" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “I'm so hard ” mean?
A: you almost had it! it's "I'm tired (or exhausted), this work was so hard (or difficult)."
Q: What does hard mean?
A: 어렵다/단단한
Q: What does harder than ever mean?
A: I am so tired because this weekend I worked harder than ever.
Q: What does by hard mean?
Q: What does hard mean?
A: she took a test it was so hard she question herself many times whether she pass or failed it she will get her results tomorrow

the test was so hard not many people passed

Example sentences using "Hard"

Q: Please show me example sentences with harder and harder.
A: You use "harder and harder" when something is getting more hard or difficult. example:
School was easy at the beggining, but throughtout the year it just got harder and harder.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hard and tougher.
A: tougher is meaning something is more difficult or more...well, tough. and hard can mean difficult or talking about a solid
Q: Please show me example sentences with as hard as.
A: I don't know that the expression is that common, but here are some examples:
His will was as hard as iron.
The stale bread was as hard as nails.
His abs were as hard as a rock. (lol)
Q: Please show me example sentences with hard up for.
A: hard up for = to not have enough of something, usually money

"He was really hard up for money." = "He really needed money."
"I was so hard up for cash that I sold my TV." = "I needed money so much I sold my TV."
"Wow, you're really hard up for food lately, aren't you?" = "Wow, you don't have much food lately, do you?"

Synonyms of "Hard" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hard and tough and difficult ?
A: Hard is it is not IMPOSSIBLE, but you can do it, but you struggle. Tough is I can do it, with a small amount of help, and difficult means it it really hard, can I have help?
Q: What is the difference between its hard for me and its hard to me ?
A: I think those are a little different. "It's hard for me" means that for some reason, it's difficult for me to do something, whether it be because of mindset, a physical disability, literally anything. "In my mind it's hard" sort of implies that it's not actually hard for me, it just seems hard when I think about it. However, there may be some specific circumstances where these two overlap
Q: What is the difference between hard and difficult ?
A: They both mean the same thing if used in the same context. However, hard can also be used to describe a physical attribute, such as "this apple is very hard", in which case you are not implying that the apple is difficult, rather that the apple is not soft.
Q: What is the difference between hard and intense and tough ?
A: All three words could be used synonymously, but if you're really into English there are different conntations between all words.

it depends on the circumstance of course. but they all can be used in most cases... for example, if you exercise. "this exercise is tough" and "this exercise is hard" both mean the same thing as it is "difficult" but if you were to say "this exercise is intense" doesn't necessarily mean it is difficult, but that it may be fast paced, and demanding of extreme strength, passion, or endurance.

intense can also be used when describing feelings. if you are extremely sad, or passionate, or happy. your feelings can be intense, or overwhelming. but you would not be able to say that your feeling is tough, or hard.
Q: What is the difference between hard and difficult ?
A: Hard means:
- requiring a great deal of endurance or physical or mental effort.

Difficult means:
- needing much effort or skill to accomplish, deal with, or understand.
- characterized by or causing hardships or problems.

Difficult and hard can both be used to mean the same thing because they have very similar meanings.

However in some contexts only hard can be used, and vice versa.

E.g.
- this question is really hard
- this question is really difficult
(Both same meaning: the question requires a lot of effort to understand and solve)

- I found it hard to believe that she is 40 years old.
(Requiring a lot of mental effort)

- please don't be so difficult
(Please don't kick up a fuss)

- please don't be so hard on us
(Please go easy on us)

Translations of "Hard"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It's so hard and painful to just alive.
A: A bit more context would be needed for a fully proper answer, but I would go with "It's so hard and painful to just stay alive" or "It's so hard and painful to keep living".
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Hard work is not always rewarded, and those who succeed may just have better luck.
Those who do not succeed may not work hard enough, or just choose the wrong place to work.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? very hard
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it's very hard
A: It's very hard. It is very difficult. This is quite difficult. This is quite hard.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hard
A: Exactly how you said it!
Example: "Did you think the test was hard?"
Example: "This apple is very hard."

Other questions about "Hard"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce "it's not that hard".
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Q: So hard .......
谢谢大家!
A: 是的,这是有原因的,你可以想象,假设我俩在通话,我们中间有一根很长的线连接(实际上在地下),我们就处于两个端点的地方,也就是两个尽头,那就是这条线的两个end。试着用英语思维思考。
Q: Please show me how to pronounce "not hard".
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce hut/ hurt/Hart/ hard.
A: I’m from the North of England, so my pronunciation of hut and hurt might be a little different to someone from London
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard..
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