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

The meaning of "L" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does what mean is l guess with help ill learn Japanese? mean?
A: If someone can help me I will be able to learn Japanese
Q: What does l miss you silly mean?
A: yup. there sweet little nicknames for lovers. I never heard 'goose' in reference to a lover before though. Just a mother like 'mother goose' or this fictional character in the movie Pearl harbor who's call sign was 'Goose.' lol ^_^
Q: What does l see mean?
A: @Mucha_: Most people usually say "I see" when they don't know how to respond. It's not rude.
"I see" is used to also understand stuff too. Some people use it one way or the other.
Q: What does l'm a distribution. mean?
A: @Kotamomo: なるほどですね。

翻訳すると「私は邪魔です」となります。

Distraction means that you are causing someone to lose focus on what they think is important. So if you are a distraction, you are not letting someone do what they are supposed to do.
Q: What does l'm afraid mean?
A: @yusaku2828: I see, well you could use any of the three you mentioned "afraid, scare or frighten" afraid or scare would be more common though.
I use scare more that the other two like
"I have a friend who is scared of spiders"
with the examples you gave I would write them like this
"I was scared when I looked at a weird ghost 👻" or "I'm scared of my mother when she's angry with me"

Example sentences using "L"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Can l say:I don't want to bring up his name at this meeting or l don't want to bring his name up at this meeting?Both are possible or only one of this can be used?.
A: Both are good and work perfectly fine!
Q: Please show me example sentences with l have a lot of tight deadlines.
l have a lot of tightly deadlines.
diferencia entre esto.
A: Only the first sentence makes sense and it means that you don’t have much time before your deadlines come up.
Q: Please show me example sentences with l'd rather~.
A: I'd rather have bad times with you than good times with someone else.

I'd rather be beside you in a storm than safe and warm by myself.

I'd rather have bad times together than to have it easy apart.

I'd rather have the one who holds my heart.

😂
Q: Please show me example sentences with l've l'll l'd.
A: I've been to that Indian restaurant several times, and it's delicious! I've heard they also have good desserts. I've never tried Indian dessert before.

Next time I'll try a dessert. I'll invite Tom to come too. Actually, I'll text him right now.

If I were you, I'd call him.
I'd like one large coffee please.
I'd like the coffee to go.
Q: Please show me example sentences with l'm going to visit my family.
Please how can I put any name before going to and what is the helping verb?
I know
I'm going to
she is going to
he is going to and so on.. but after Lucy or mary...?. going to ...
A: Lucy is going to visit her family.
I am going to visit my family
Sue is going to visit her family.
You are going to visit your family

Synonyms of "L" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between l used to have long hair and I used to have longer hair ?
A: "l used to have long hair" - this implies that it is now short
"I used to have longer hair" - this doesn't imply that it is now short, only that it was longer than it is now.

Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between l'm not going to accept it. and l'm going not to accept it. ?
A: "I'm going not to accept it" is not correct
Q: What is the difference between l'm sorry for hanging up on you and I'm sorry to hang up on you ?
A: If someone says, "I'm sorry for hanging up on you. " It is past tense. So they are saying that they are sorry for previously hanging up on you. And if someone says, "I'm sorry to hang up on you. " They are saying that because they have to get off the phone in present time. I hope that helps :)
Q: What is the difference between l like to play tennis. and I'm fond of playing tennis. ?
A: @Kohei171 Yes. You can be fond of a certain type of weather, of objects that mean something to you, and of people. You can be fond of days long gone.

1. I'm fond of a girl in my class.
2. I'm fond of my mother's wedding dress. Her mother passed it on to her, and some day she will pass it on to me.
3. I'm fond of the spring breeze.
4. My fondest memories are of days long past.
Q: What is the difference between What do l do? and What should l do? ?
A: "What do I do?" - You are asking for a specific action that you intend to follow.

"What should I do?" - You are asking for advice towards the correct action, that you may or may not follow.

Translations of "L"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l speak many regional variants of english
A: Your pronunciation is very well and clear to understand. Good job!!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l don't like bald people who try to hide their bald head by keeping to wear a cup.
Is this correct? Sounds natural?l
A: I think you mean
I don’t like it when someone who is bald tries to hide their baldness by always wearing a cap.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l love you
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l heard you are moving to New York. Is that right?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l go to play usa
A: What do you mean by “I go to play”

Other questions about "L"

Q: Just wondering if l could talk to you for a short while
Sounds natural?
A: if youre speaking then it sounds natural. but it is an incomplete sentence if you're writing it for an essay, it would be "I was just wondering if I could talk to you for a short while?"

you can also say "just wondering if I could talk to you for awhile"

"just wondering if I could talk to you for a minute"
Q: l hear that It's very hot there
Sounds natural?
A: Yes, but make "it's" lowercase. The word "that" is optional, but acceptable. Otherwise, perfect.
Q: l'm waiting for you with my eyes open wide
Sounds natural?
A: it sounds good but it would be more natural if you say: "I'm waiting for you with my eyes wide open". you put the adjective before the verb or noun.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce l lake har family .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce l see a cap.
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