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

The meaning of "Life" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does how's life with you? mean?
A: It means "How are you?" If you ask it this way, people will often tell you details about their current situation.

"How's life with you?"
"Oh, my wife just got out of the hospital and my son is failing his classes."
Q: What does Have/Take a life of its own mean?
A: yes that's correct. It's often used to describe an object doing something without being controlled by someone. Like it were alive and doing it itself. To use your example: This book seems to have a life of its own, it's always jumping off the desk.
Q: What does life mean?
A: Life means the condition of living.
She lost her life in the accident.

Our daily existence/activities.
My life is so busy right now.

Energy/vitality
He is always so full of life.
Q: What does have no life mean?
A: When people say they have no life, they are generally saying they are so busy doing something (ex, working late, writing lengthy texts) that it seems like they have nothing else to do (or they have no time to do anything else.)
Q: What does I'm down to my last life. mean?
A: It is something you say when you are playing a video game. Some video games (like Super Mario Brothers) give you a certain number of lives to pass the level. If you die too many times then you can run out of lives and lose the game.

Example sentences using "Life"

Q: Please show me example sentences with How's life treating you?.
A: Question:
How’s life?
How’s it going?
What’s up?
What’s new?
How are you doing?
Alright?
How’s tricks? (Very informal English that some people might not know)
What’s the craic? (Pronounced “crack”, from Irish, also very informal).

Typical English (UK) answers. All of these should be ended with either “How about you?”, “And you”, or simply “You?”.
Not bad, (you?)
Alright
Fine
Not too bad
Good

Etcetera
Q: Please show me example sentences with the life not easy .
A: Remove “the” and add “is”
Q: Please show me example sentences with come to life.
A: Come to life isn’t really a phrase. Most people say this in the past tense: came to life.

Example: The girl really came to life when she was dancing. She went from being quiet and reserved to dancing center stage with all eyes on her.
Q: Please show me example sentences with life today is very harder due to -----------------c.
A: "life today is MUCH harder due to self-serving politicians"
Q: Please show me example sentences with for dear life.
A: "She was holding onto her mother for dear life"
It's an expression that basically means "holding on really tightly to something or someone."

Synonyms of "Life" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Their married life didn't work. and Their married life didn't work out. ?
A: There is no difference. "Out" is simply a phrasal verb.
Q: What is the difference between life and lives ?
A: ~when you say our(plural) you need lives(plural): our lives can be changed.
~when you use my/your(singular) you need life(singular): my life can be changed.
Q: What is the difference between I've finally got used to urban life. and I've finally gotten used to urban life. ?
A: There is no difference. It's just structured differently and the second one is more grammatically correct.
Q: What is the difference between I try to keep our life of peace. and I try to keep our life peace. ?
A: suggestion: I try to maintain a peaceful life
Q: What is the difference between "enjoy life" and "have the time of....life" ?
A: Enjoy life is more of a statement or command. You can simply tell someone, "You should enjoy life, because it is short." Or "Enjoy life because it is great!" Have the time of your life means you really enjoyed one specific moment in life -> "I had the time of my life while I was in Moscow!"

Translations of "Life"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? etc. How to speak in real life?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say life and live
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? in my life PELO MENOS, it's not influence me. Como se diz PELO MENOS?
A: At least

In my life, at least, it didn't influence me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What do you do for life?
A: "What is your occupation?" is how to ask about one's job.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? They have lived there all their lives
A: @pipi37 They have lived there all their lives. 完璧ですね。

Other questions about "Life"

Q: Q.What you achieved in your life

I challenged to take the university examination is what my life has accomplished and the best experience. I studied dozens of hours every day and kept fighting with myself. To face my weak feelings of wanting to run away was very painful. However, I got over it and I was able to pass the university. From this experience, I was able to acquire the confidence that I can change the future with my own hands.

does this sound natural?
A: Q.What have you achieved in your life

My biggest challenge and achievement was to take the university examination. It was a great experience. I studied dozens of hours every day and kept fighting with myself. To face my weak feelings of wanting to run away was very painful. However, I got over it and I was able to pass the exam. From this experience, I was able to acquire the confidence that I can change the future with my own hands.


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Q: You'll come to know what life is while living your life. No one knows about it unless they live their life. does this sound natural?
A: You will come to know about life while living it.
No one will know the meaning, until they have lived life. or until they have lived their own life.
Q: According to me he should have been given a life sentence because he knew he was drunk and that he could have caused a car accident. So it should be considered a manslaughter because what happened could have been avoided.
does this sound natural?
A: In my opinion he should have been given a life sentence, as he knew he was drunk and could have caused a car accident. It should be considered manslaughter, because what happened could have been avoided.
Q: "I don't want to waste my life worrying about the past or worrying about the future, I'd rather live in the present." does this sound natural?
A: this sounds Very natural. you can say‎ "I don't want to waste my life worrying about the past or the future, I'd rather live in the present." it's the same thing.
Q: Even though life is so complicated and sometimes tough,I'd like to try to be positive and I'll do my best. does this sound natural?
A: @momo722 "to stay positive" is better in your sentence.

Examples of sentences with "staying positive":

"Staying positive can improve your life."
"I want to continue staying positive."

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