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

The meaning of "He" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He's happy to see her

he is seeing her now? or he is gonna see her later? mean?
A: "He is seeing her now"

this means that he's seeing her as we speak, like at this very moment.

"he is gonna see her later"

this means he is NOT seeing her now, but at a later point in time!

Keep up the good work!
Q: What does he wants "to go there" /. he remembers "to go there" / she expect him "to go there"
"to go there" means future tense to verb
but he seems to be a teacher mean?
A: Any sense of future tense comes from the meaning of the verbs “want” and “expect.” The sentences are not actually in the future tense. “To” has no tense of its own. It attaches to whichever verb comes before it. The difference is that “seem” doesn’t have a connection to the future in its meaning like “expect” does.

Think of the sentence, “I like to go there on the weekends.” This doesn’t mean that I will go there later; it means I generally enjoy it.

There is also the sentence, “I used to go there,” which is in the past tense because “used” refers to past actions.

I hope this is helpful and not more confusing. Let me know if you have more questions about this.
Q: What does “Now you’ve done it,” he announced to the room in general, then his eyes lit on Carlton,
unfettered.
mean?
A: "Now you've done it" is usually used to express when you want to point out that someone has done something stupid which has caused a negative consequence. "It" is referring to the consequence of the action. This has a similar nuance to "I told you so"

"announced to the room in general" means that he isn't announcing towards any specific target, but just announcing for whomever may be listening.
Q: What does ” he said. “And I am no less frustrated at the environment of presidential politics that makes it so difficult to let the American people measure the whole Joe Biden and not just misstatements that I have made.” mean?
A: he is angry that people only listen to the bad things said about Joe Biden instead of the good things
Q: What does “Go-getter,” he called me, with perhaps more irony than at the time I gave him credit for. mean?
A: Yes, I believe the character at the time of the conversation didn’t catch on to the irony, but later on looking back on the conversation they realized there was irony.

Example sentences using "He"

Q: Please show me example sentences with if (i he,she,it etc) had.
A: If I/you/she/he/they had worked harder, I/you/she/he/they would have had more money.

Synonyms of "He" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He cheated me / he cheated on me 意思有什么不同 and He cheated me / he cheated on me 意思有什么不同 ?
A: "He cheated me" sounds like they did not do a deal correctly, like they did not give you money they owe.

"He cheated on me" means you were in a relationship and he had a relationship with someone else too.
Q: What is the difference between Without her he would not have had the confidence or the courage to fight his disability. and With her he would have had the confidence or the courage to fight his disability. ?
A: "Without her he would not have had the confidence or the courage to fight his disability" implies that he was able to fight his disability because she was there.

"With her he would have had the confidence or the courage to fight his disability" implies that he was not able to fight his disability because she was not there.
Q: What is the difference between His and hes ?
A: He's = He is
His

Eg.
He is leaving tomorrow.
( What they are doing. Something is happening)

This is his car.
(His is used when talking about someone's belongings)

How old is he?
Is this his jacket?
He's gonna come later.
His shirt is dirty.


Translations of "He"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 같이 가기로 했는데
he's comong over to go there together
this sentence is correct?
A: He came so we could go together. (Past)
He’s coming so we can go together. (Present)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he wants get married to her
he wants to marry to her
he wants marry with her?
which is the correct sentence?
A:

Neither. It would be “He wants to marry her.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 체격이 매우 크다 he is or has a very large physique

which do you think more native btween is and has?
A: He has a very large physique!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say “ me he graduado en la universidad
A: I have graduated from the university (US)
I’m a university graduate. (US)

I have graduated from university (UK)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 그는 그래미어워드에서 일렉트로닉 음악 부문에서 수상했어 -> he won a prize at the grammy awards in electronoic field??
A: it is correct!

Other questions about "He"

Q: なぜ he stopped ではなく he stops なのでしょうか?
A: この文は現在形で書かれているので、過去形のstoppedは使えないのです。
Q: * he doesn't look like so much a man as a woman.

What does "so" indicate in this sentence ?
A: It is similar to “as”. Combined with “much”, like “so much” or “as much” it indicates a comparison. Similar to “more” and combined with “doesn’t”, it becomes negative and reverses the meaning to “less”. So we could read the sentence: “He looks less like a man than a woman” or “He looks more like a woman than a man.”

그는 남자보다 여자 같다
Q: Can I use she / he with plants?
A: No, you use “it”.
Q: 한국어 잘하는 분이 이 뜻 한국어로 알려주세요 he sent his report document to his boss at the eleventh hour.when his boss ready to go home 저는 상사가 집에 갈 준비할 때 마지막 순간에 그가 보고서 문서를 제출했다고 영작을 하고싶어요 “at the eleventh hour” 이 문구가 한국어로 “마지막 순간에”라고 하더군요 그래서 영작을 해봤어요 does this sound natural?
A: I think you are trying to say: "He sent his report to his boss at the last minute, just as his boss was ready to go home."

You can say either "report" or "document." You don't have to say both, because that would be repetitive. "Report" probably makes the most sense.

Also, "eleventh hour" is uncommon to say in everyday American English. You could say, "at the last minute" or "at the end of the shift."
Q: he's just not that into you. = he does not love you that much?
A: Not quite

he's just not that into you= he isn't that interested in you/ he doesn't like you that much


Also, If someone's says "he's not that into you" then it is implied that never loved you to begin with.

Hope this helps :)

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