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

The meaning of "Lecture" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i'm listening to a lecture and i don't understand what he's saying! please help me mean?
A: ...thinking about these things, and for making up our own minds, is some kind of anti-China hatred.

I believe that's what he said. At least, that's what I heard.
Q: What does I avoid sounding like a lecture book and unintentionally offend someone. mean?
A: Perhaps it’s talking about the way of speaking. “Sounding like a lecture book” usually means someone is speaking in a very formal, and possibly boring, way. If this person unintentionally offends someone by speaking more casual, it’s perhaps because the way they’re talking (more casual) is offending someone.
Q: What does "I got a lecture for failing to meet the deadline." mean?
A: In this case, lecture means a very long scolding. I got scolded for failing to meet the deadline.
Q: What does poring over lecture notes mean?
A: "Poring over lecture notes" is similar to saying you're studying them vigorously or extremely hard as to intake everything you can.
Q: What does I got a lecture mean?
A: "I got a lecture" means to receive a speech about something someone did. For example, if someone got in trouble at school, they would receive a speech or get a lecture about why they shouldn't do what they did to get in trouble.

Example sentences using "Lecture"

Q: Please show me example sentences with lecture.
A: She attended the lecture.

His mother gave him a lecture on his behaviour.

Q: Please show me example sentences with he led the lecture about .
A: He lead the lecture about math.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lecture, next week.
A: Lecture
- We have a lecture today at school.
- I easily understood the lecture.
- The lecture we had today will be shown in exam.

Next week
- I will go to the concert next week with my friends.
- Next week is my mother's birthday.
- We should buy the materials for school next week.

:)

Synonyms of "Lecture" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Which lecture impressed you most? and Which lecture left you the most impression? ?
A: The first one is correct. The second one is incorrect because "impressions" are neutral and so have to be quantified as being good/better/best or bad/worse/worst, so you should say "Which lecture left you with the best impression?" instead. Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between I open the lecture door and I open the lecture room's door ?
A: 똑같은 말이에요~ 그 나는 차이는 “I open the lecture room’s door”은 제 생각에는 더 자연스럽고 더 잘 이해가 돼주는 말입니다~ lecture room이라는 말을 많이 들었는데 lecture door은 별로 듣지 않아요. 평소에는 방의 문이라는 말이 나을 것 같아요.

Bed door 아니고 bedroom door
Lecture door 아니고 lecture room(‘s) door
Bath door 아니고 bathroom door

도움이 될 수 있으면 좋겠습니다~~ ^^

Q: What is the difference between lecture hall and lecture theatre ?
A: Both are the same, but apparently lecture theatre is more commonly used in British English while lecture hall = American English. Both refer to a large room where someone gives a lecture. Like at a university.
Q: What is the difference between the lecture and the class ?
A: Lecture is usually used in a university scenario. Class is usually used for lower levels of education
Q: What is the difference between What do you think of that lecture? and How do you think of that lecture? ?
A: "How do you think of that lecture?" Doesn't make any grammatical sense.

"What do you think of that lecture?" Is correct.

Translations of "Lecture"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 우리는 드디어 완강하고
: We finally ended the lecture.
⬆️ 이렇게 영작해도 되나요...?

*완강: 강의, 인터넷 강의 따위를 마지막 강(강의)까지 다 들음.
A:

We ended the lecture.. (active)

The lecture ended after 3 hours of discussion... :) (passive)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wonder why he got no more than a lecture though he deserves punishing severely. what is the different about "no more than" and "only"?
A: here's an example of no more than. "why did he got no more than a lecture." in this case it means. that male(he) is receiving the action, and to no more than emphasized that he should've gotten something worse than just a lecture....only would just me one singular thing for example, he only got a lecture? in this case it shows that....he only received that one thing,and nothing more
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? swim lecture, swimming lecture. Which words are natural?
A: swimming lesson
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lecture
A: Hope this helps.

Other questions about "Lecture"

Q: I can't even understand her lecture bacause her pronounciation is bad.
does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: However, the lecture asserts the sunlight doesn't filter through on the Venus.
It's cloudy on surface on Venus. Even though Venus is close to Earth, it should be cool.
Mercury is also very close to the Sun, but it's not hot. Therefore, proximity to the sun is not good explanation.
Scientists are uncertain why Venus is so hot.
One of the possible explanations is because of carbon dioxide atmosphere.
Venus entires carbon dioxide and creates barrier.
Any heats are under the beneath. Moreover, it does not escape. does this sound natural?
A: フッワー!これは英語でもたいへんだったよ
However, the lecture asserts that sunlight doesn't filter through to the surface on Venus.
It's cloudy on the surface of Venus. Even though Venus is close to Earth, it should be cool.
Mercury is also very close to the Sun, but it's not hot. Therefore, proximity to the sun is not good explanation.
Scientists are uncertain why Venus is so hot.
One of the possible explanations is because of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Venus is entirely covered in carbon dioxide and this creates a barrier.
There is heat underneath, which cannot escape.
Q: The lecture was boring and time dragged. does this sound natural?
A: "The lecture was boring and time dragged by".

I bet you're probably thinking "but sentences normally shouldn't end with a preposition right?". Well, that's true but in this case "by" becomes an adverb. It is often used in this way for example, "He ran by my car" or "The car drove by my house". If you are still confused think of "by" as "past", "on", "along" or "beyond".

Another word that came to mind was "time-consuming" which means 「時間がよく掛かる」. It's not the answer to your question but it's something worth knowing :).
Q: I am going to talk about a lecture that I got a useful advice from it. does this sound natural?
A: I'm going to talk about a lecture that provided me with some useful advice.
Q: その講師は努力しない人に対して冷たいようだ
The lecture seems cold to people who havn't make effort. does this sound natural?
A: Corrections:
-Lecturer (not lecture)
-haven't made an effort (or "don't make an effort")

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