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

The meaning of "Lifestyle" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The dangling of fast lifestyle improvements is at the heart of the MLM pitch.

What’s the dangling? mean?
A: "dangling" literally means "hanging from a string," but here it means "offered as a reward," but it usually implies that the reward is unobtainable. I'm pretty sure this usage is from the method of leading animals around by dangling food in front of them from a stick.
Q: What does my lifestyle was very "grand" mean?
A: When a lifestyle is “grand” it is very good. Often times very rich, but also can mean a full life. Like maybe you traveled a lot and met cool people. A grand life is a full life!
Q: What does rock-and-roll lifestyle mean?
A: when rockstars did concerts across the world, they were known for a ‘rock and roll lifestyle’ meaning they did crazy things (drugs, drink alcohol) - if someone says ‘you live a rock and roll lifestyle’ they’re saying you live very chaotic / slightly dangerous / explicit way of life.
Q: What does If we want to be healthy, we have to lead a healthy lifestyle. mean?
A: Jeśli chcemy być zdrowi, musimy prowadzić zdrowy tryb życia.
Q: What does nine-to-five lifestyle mean?
A: a lifestyle in which the person works from 9am until 5pm

Example sentences using "Lifestyle"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ' lifestyle ' and ' deadline'.
A:

E.g. Jason leads an unhealthy lifestyle of eating junk food and waking up late

The deadline to submit the project is this afternoon
Q: Please show me example sentences with “living a lifestyle I can't afford”(It’s written at a picture which looks the person enjoyed with friends in a cafe.I saw that SNS.But that sentence means the person doesn't have enough money or something for living, right?what does it means?.
A: In the example you give, it means the speaker cannot afford to enjoy drinks at a cafe with friends. "enjoy drinks at a cafe with friends" is the "lifestyle".

More examples:
Ben goes on holiday every year. That is a lifestyle I can't afford.
Kate likes to buy coffee from Starbucks. That is a lifestyle I can't afford.

"living a lifestyle I can't afford" is rarely used to say " I don't have money to live". Usually it is used to say "I cannot do so and so activity".
Q: Please show me example sentences with lifestyle.
A: Lifestyle is what way of life you chose. For ex. I have healthy lifestyle. That means you are jogging every day or eating vegetables and etc.

Synonyms of "Lifestyle" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lifestyle patterns and lifestyle habits ?
A: I would say lifestyle habits is probably more common. I've never heard of lifestyle patterns. But they do sound similar.
Q: What is the difference between the lifestyle of ancient Japanese and people's lifestyle in ancient Japan ?
A: Semantically the same. I believe that the latter is of a slightly more formal register
Q: What is the difference between I should adjust to the lifestyle here. and I should adjust myself to the lifestyle here. ?
A: Both sentences say the same thing the first sentence is more natural to say. I would only use the second sentence if I was writing a formal paper.
Q: What is the difference between adjust to the lifestyle here and adjust myself to the lifestyle here ?
A: “Adjust to the lifestyle here” sounds more natural to me. In “adjust myself to the lifestyle here” the “myself” feels unnecessary, though it conveys the same meaning. For example, I would say, “I only just recently moved into the city, so it might take some time to adjust to the lifestyle here.” :)
Q: What is the difference between Adjust to the lifestyle here. and Adjust to the life here. ?
A: I think you can think of it like
生活 (lifestyle) vs 暮らし (life)

Translations of "Lifestyle"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? What is correct?:
She couldn't give us the lifestyle we had been used to all those years.
or
She couldn't give us the lifestyle we were used to all those years.
A: Either is fine. Both mean pretty much the same. Possibly 'had been' refers to a time further in the past - there is a gap between when you had the lifestyle and now.
'Were used to' could mean the lifestyle has just dropped in quality now.
But natively, I feel they're used equally.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? healthy lifestyle plays an important part In our health. Because of our busy schedules and hectice life we are unable to live a healthy life
A: hectic* lives*
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a slow-paced lifestyle
A: laid-back

Other questions about "Lifestyle"

Q: I don't think my lifestyle is healthy, because I stay up too late usually and I like eating junk food like fried chicken and sugar-heavy beverages, and they are both unhealthy to our body. I'm trying to overcome these bad habits and started doing exercise such as play tennis in order to boost resistance. does this sound natural?
A: I think my lifestyle is unhealthy because I stay up late and I like to eat junkfood like fried chicken and sugar-rich drinks, which are both harmful to our body. I am trying to overcome these bad habits, starting to do exercises, like playing tennis, in order to increase my stamina
Q: I got used to the lifestyle. does this sound natural?
A: I think everything was fine especially "got" you said that perfectly. I also think maybe practice on "lifestyle." From what I have heard in your recording, you should practice the "l" sound in the end of "lifestyle." If you did that, you would sound completely fluent. Good Job!
Q: I like my lifestyle in the US, where I study English and work out everyday. does this sound natural?
A: "I get to study English and work out every day." = "I have the opportunity to study English and work out every day."

「get to」なしに、発言だけです。
「get to」を使うと、「I like my lifestyle in the US」にちょっと理由を付けると思います。
Q: Japanese lifestyle and health have been affected because TV became common. The conversation among a family and sleeping time are less. does this sound natural?
A: You could try saying it like this:
Japanese lifestyle and health have become affected by the frequent (as in often) use of TV. The reduced time spent speaking with family and sleeping are two examples of what is affected by the common use of TV's.


You did a very good job with your sentences!
Q: I think it's possible to keep a healthy lifestyle in a busy world. But it's very difficult. For example, it takes me a long time to think and cook healthy meals. Especially I've been having a trouble to make times to do exercises after I start to learn English. does this sound natural?
A: Generally, we don't start sentences with the word "but". Instead, you can join the two sentences or you can use another word such as "however".
Usually when we talk about a healthy lifestyle we use the word "maintain" and say "maintain a healthy lifestyle" as it sounds more natural.

"I think it's possible to maintain a healthy lifestyle in this busy world but it can be difficult. For example, it takes me a long time to think of and cook healthy meals. Especially since I've been having trouble making time for exercise since I started learning English."

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