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

The meaning of "Know" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I know that it's for the best mean?
A: The phrase means that the person understands that what the other person is helpful or is the best decision. Something along the lines like that.

Ex: You leaving... I know that it's for the best...
Q: What does never knowing what's around mean?
A: This can be referring to one's lack of knowledge of their surroundings or circumstance.
Q: What does you know mean?
A: It's a filler word, also to gauge if the listener is actually listening.
Q: What does I know you are but what am I ? mean?
A: A: You are stupid.
B: I know you are, but what am I? = "You are the one who is actually stupid, while I am not stupid."

It is considered a childish reply.
Q: What does "You know" mean?
A: Yes I do. You usually use it after giving a reason.

Lay off. He's just a kid you know.
Let's go to the beach. The weather is great today you know.

It is colloquial, and you wouldn't use it in formal writing.

Example sentences using "Know"

Q: Please show me example sentences with not that I know of.
A: @Astrrrid It means that the person doesn't know the answer to a question.
Example
Person 1: Did your friend decide to go on vacation?
Person 2: not that I know of.
Q: Please show me example sentences with you know.
A: Hm, is this one any better? "There are some strange people, you know?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with as you know .
A: As you know, candy contains lots of sugar. It is very sweet.
Q: Please show me example sentences with In the know..
A: @Eduardoakaedu: he is in the know about our operations.
Is she in the know?
They were in the know before they left.
Q: Please show me example sentences with you know .
A: Some days I just don't feel like going to work, you know? (共感を求める)
You know what's funny? Your stupid face. (よ)
It's like, you know, totally not my scene. (よ)
You know that feeling when you forget what day it is? (共感を求める/質問)
There's only one left and, you know, it's obviously mine so get your own cookie. (よ)
You know where the nearest bathroom is? It's kind of an emergency. (質問)
You know what time the store opens at? (質問)
I just don't know if I love him any more, you know? (共感を求める)

Synonyms of "Know" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between know and know about and I know the person. and I know about the person. ?
A: 'I know the person' = you have met this person and he \ she is either your relative, acquaintance \ fellow worker \ fellow student, etc.
E.g. 'I know Leo DiCaprio - he is my cousin's friend'

'I know about the person' = you know some information about this person, you have never been this person's relative, friend, colleague, etc.
E.g. 'I know about Leo DiCaprio - he is a famous American actor, I have read about him on the Internet'.
Q: What is the difference between "I knew it." and "I have known it." ?
A: "I knew it!" = それ来た

"I have known it" = 前から知っていた

The latter sounds a little odd without context, though.
Q: What is the difference between as you know and like you know ?
A: There is no difference, so they can be switched between the two. The meaning has a slight difference in the sense that using 'like' is comparing something, whereas, 'as' is more definite ("as you know" it is definite that they already know). However, not a lot of people will see a difference so it does not matter as to whichever one you use.

Examples: 'As you know already, this is how it goes.'
'Like you know already, this is how it goes.'
Q: What is the difference between less known and little known ?
A: Less known implies that there is a second subject, and that the subject you are about to mention is not a well know as the other subject.

"The musical group, "Break of Reality" is generally less known than the group "Vitamin String Quartet"

With "little known" there is only one subject, and you are talking about the degree at which it is known.

"It is a little known fact that it took Leo Tolstoy six years to write his novel War and Peace."
Q: What is the difference between less known and little known ?
A: "Less known" needs to be used relative to something else. "He is less known than most authors". "A little known town in Ireland makes some of the best whiskey"

Translations of "Know"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I don’t know.
A: You could say 'I'm not sure', 'I'm not too certain', or casually 'I couldn't tell you'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how you know me


A: it's how do you know me?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? know
A: It’s just like saying “No” in English. Sorry I can’t provide a voice recording due to my current location.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? know
A: Same as saying no.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Maybe if I knew all of them well (in audio, please)
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Know"

Q: it's better not knowing that. does this sound natural?
A: Great! but! it depends on when your saying it so for example
If someone told you something you don't want to hear:
Oh..Its Better if I did not know that. OR when someone is saying: I have some news to tell you but its not good. and you re-spond saying: Oh well its better not to tell me OR better not knowing what it is Hope I Helped some ^U^
Q: You know about me more than I do does this sound natural?
A: or you can say "you know more about me than I do"
Q: I probably knew where to go with you next does this sound natural?
A: know perhaps
Q: I know where to go does this sound natural?
A: So tell us where
Q: I know what I'm doing
does this sound natural?
A: Yes, you improved. However, the only thing you need to work on is your vowel pronunciation. For instance, when you say "know," say it as if you were saying NO literally. As for "doing," say the first syllable (Do) as if its DUde (DU of course), and as for the last syllable (ing), say it as if you were saying ENGlish (ENG) literally.

Hope that helps. 👍

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