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

The meaning of "Ipad" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does A: He is really good at typing on iPad
B: it’s because he uses emulator
That’s why he types away mean?
A: Consume a lot of time just for typing

Synonyms of "Ipad" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between iPad makes it easy (easier?)to take notes and iPad makes taking notes easier ?
A: Those sentences mean the same thing and can be used interchangeably. You can use either easy or easier in the first sentence. They mean the same thing there.
Q: What is the difference between I'm bringing my iPad and I'm taking my iPad ?
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Translations of "Ipad"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 子どもにはなるべく、スマートフォンやiPadを触って欲しくない。
A: As much as possible, I don' t want children to use smartphones, iPad, etc.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? iPadにキーボードをつなげて、英語入力するとき、スペースキーを押すと、全角になってしまい困っています。
A: When I connect my keyboard to an iPad and use it to type in English, pressing the spacebar switches the text to full-width characters. This is causing me trouble/I don’t want this to happen.

「困っています」は直訳できないので、”This is causing me trouble” (迷惑です)や”I don’t want this to happen” (このようなことが起きるのが嫌です)を言ったらもっと自然に聞こえます。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? え?突然 iPad Air きた!
A: What? The iPad Air was suddenly released!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? [ I'm on my second iPad in ten months. => Does this mean 'I has used the second iPad for ten months' or 'I used the first iPad for last ten months, and then bought the second one. So now I'm using the second one' ? What does it mean exactly? ^^a ]
A: Oh I see! Thank you so much!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "Я выиграл новый iPad в лотерее. Когда вытянули мой номер, я был вне себя от счастья."
A: I won a new iPad in a raffle. when they drew my number, I was beside myself with happiness.

Other questions about "Ipad"

Q: Want to use iPad Pro immediately? Does this sound natural?
A: Almost natural. Here's what I'd say:
"Would you like to use the iPad Pro right away?"
Saying "Would you like to" makes it more polite.
The word "Immediately" isn't used often in English when speaking. Instead, "right away" might be a better phrase.
Another very relaxed way of asking your question is simply by saying, "Would you like to use this iPad?"
Keep up the good work ! 🌿
Q: A:”You are using iPad and iPhone and iPod. Why didn’t you buy macbook?”
B:”Because that’s too expensive to me.” Does this sound natural?
A: @DDabcc147 "it's too expensive to me" sounds like it is too expensive 'in your opinion' in which case you would say "I think it is too expensive".
Q: I forgot my iPad at home. so I can’t continue studying to get a qualification. Does this sound natural?
A: Nice job! Just one note: I would add a comma instead of a period, like this: "I forgot my iPad at home, so I can't continue studying to get a qualification."
Q: I haven't been updating my iPad and it's playing up now. Does this sound natural?
A: There isn’t much of a difference between the two other than word choice and how the rest of the sentence is structured. For example: “I haven’t been updating my laptop so it’s crashing.” correct but so is “I haven’t updated my laptop so it’s crashing.” The first sentence is just a bit longer than the second because of the wording. Most people would say the second sentence in everyday life because it’s more natural.
Q: I gave a new iPad to my grandpa. He was very pleased with it. Does this sound natural?
A: Natural. And how nice of you sweet grandkid :)

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