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

The meaning of "Mam" in various phrases and sentences

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Q: What does mam mean?
A: It's a polite/formal way to refer to a woman you are speaking to. Sometimes spelled "ma'am." It's short for "madame"
Hello, ma'am.
Yes, ma'am, thank you ma'am.

Example sentences using "Mam"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 1)okay mam,you said that there were two brothers and name (was) abc and def.

2)okay mam,you said that there were two brothers and name (is) abc and def.

is the number 2 wrong?.
A: “Okay ma’am, you said that there were two brothers and their names were ABC and DEF”

1- The term to politely address an adult woman would be “ma’am”

2- You want to change “name” to “names” because you’re talking about multiple people. Next, insert the word “their” before “names”. It should now read:

“-two brothers and their names-“

3- Neither “was” nor “is” are correct, the word you should use is “were”. It can’t be “is” because the speaker is repeating information, so it would be in the past tense, thus the use of “were”

It can’t be “was” because we’re talking about multiple people. If we were talking about one person, you would use “was”

4- If this is a question asking if the information is correct and not a statement, then the speaker would ask:

“Okay ma’am, did you say that there were two brothers and their names were ABC and DEF?”

or

“Okay ma’am, you said that there were two brothers and their names were ABC and DEF. Is that correct?”

If it is a statement and not a question trying to confirm the information, you can use the very first sentence at the beginning of my comment

Synonyms of "Mam" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mam and mother ?
A: If you meant ma’am, then that is a polite way to address a woman who you do not know that well. If you meant mama, then it is another way to say mother but more informal and usually used by children.
Q: What is the difference between mam and ma'am in pronunciation ?

Translations of "Mam"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mam do ciebie pytanie
A: I've got a question for you
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mam na imie maks
A: My name is Maks
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mam wrażenie, że mnie nie lubisz.
A: mam wrażenie, że mnie nie lubisz. = I feel like you don't like me.

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mam trochę sera w lodówce
A: I have some cheese in fridge
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mam to gdzies
A: I don't care (works for formal and informal, can be both rude and kind.)

I don't give a crap. (Informal, a kinder version of crap and shit)

I don't give a shit (informal and rude)

I don't give a fuck. (very informal and very rude, use with friends.)

Other questions about "Mam"

Q: I love my mam very big Does this sound natural?
A: I love my mom very/so much
Q: I worried about misunderstanding my mam as grandma cause my mam looks older than she is. Does this sound natural?
A: I am worried that my mum might be mistaken for a grandma as she looks older than she really is.
Q: Sorry mam, I feel I need a nap for a while... Does this sound natural?
A: Instead of “i feel I need a nap” a more common expression would be “I think I need a nap.” Also, the “for a while” part makes the sentence unnatural, so you can leave it off. Your choice
Q: mam I really wanna work on the project which has been given by u to me but my team isn't helping me to complete the project so how I am supposed to complete the project without my team ma'm. I am sorry to inform you that I would be able to complete the project without my team. Does this sound natural?
A: I am keen to work on the project you have given me but my team is not helping me complete it. There is no way I can complete the project without the assistance of my team. I am sorry to tell you this, but I will not be able to complete the project you have given me.
Q: 'Me mam didn't want me to come back.' I saw this sentence in an English novel. Why here used 'me mam' not 'my mam'?
A: It indicates the person is speaking with an Irish or Northern English accent/dialect (where it's common to say "me" instead of "my" and "mam" instead of "mum"/"mom").

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

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