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

Example sentences using "Inspector"

Q: Please show me example sentences with inspector.
A: “You need to hire a home inspector before you buy a house."

"The health inspector suggested that the restaurant close for repairs."

“The inspector checked the report”

“The deputy inspector is in charge of our case”

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? inspector de hacienda
A: Tax inspector

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Q: I explained an inspector about the result of the product test conducted last week.
I had enough time to make a preparation to explanation. So I could get the approval of the result from him. Does this sound natural?
A: × I explained an inspector about the result of the product test conducted last week.
✓ I explained the result of the product test conducted last week to an inspector.

× I had enough time to make a preparation to explanation.
✓ I had enough time to make a preparation to give an explanation/I had enough time to prepare my explanation.

× So I could get the approval of the result from him.
✓ Hence, I got the result's approval from him.

In the first sentence, inverting the sentence gives it more clarity imo.
Having time to make a preparation is correct, but preparation to 'give an' explanation would be correct, although unnatural. "I had enough time to prepare my explanation" is more accurate and I understand it means the same thing.
You are using past tense throughout the sentence, and in the last sentence you changed it to a conditional verb tense (could), which is hypothetical, which would be unclear. Hence, either you got or did not get the approval of the result. Otherwise, change all sentences to the conditional verb tense (could, would, should).
I hope I helped!

Q: An inspector at the airport is checking people up and down to find out terrorists that are reported to have sneaked into the airport. Does this sound natural?
A: An inspector = French, I think.

1. Airport security, the police or federal agents are likely to do this in the U.S.

2. You don't phrase check people like this, you check spaces (places like this). You can say looking everyone over.

3. You find people, but you "find out" information. So "out" doesn't belong here.

An inspector¹ at the airport is checking *people up and down*² to *find out³* terrorists that are reported to have sneaked into the airport.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce However, inspectors at Concorde station caught her and immediately fined her..
A: hope it helps🐣
Q: 検査員がカートに足をぶつけられた
The inspector was bumped the cart on the his leg.
Does this sound natural?
A: The word ''Was'' is used to describe an action that happened in the past. You could say ''The inspector was walking and bumped his leg on the cart.'' If you're talking about something that happened in the present you would say ''The inspector bumped his leg on the cart.''

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