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

The meaning of "Member" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The members hadn't made enormous sacrifices so that their efforts could be wasted by the boss. mean?
A: Yes but in the past. They already have made the sacrifices.
Q: What does a functioning/functional member of society mean?
A: a functional member of society = a person who does not cause any trouble and does not behave poorly; a person who has a job, pays taxes, does not commit crimes, behaves in public, etc.
Q: What does As a member of the incoming class mean?
A: at my college, an incoming class was referring to those who were transitioning to a new year of schooling. so if someone has completed their last year of high school (year 12 in US schools) and entering college, they are referred to as belonging to the incoming class of freshmen (1st year of college / 13th year of schooling).
Q: What does members of the public mean?
A: in a business context it means any person who is not directly employed or associated with the company.
Q: What does put-upon member of society mean?
A: A "put-upon member of society" is a person (member of society) who has had a condition or rule placed on him against his will. In other words, an inconvenienced costumer.

Example sentences using "Member"

Q: Please show me example sentences with we need members who can contibute consistently,.
A:
"in order to start this project, we need members who can contribute consistently"

"For us to be successful, we need members who can contribute consistently"

"We need members who can contribute consistently so think about who you're going to bring in"


Q: Please show me example sentences with Why would you make a good member of this team?.
A: @Babiya
Something like this would work. It’s also good to make things personal if you can. (“I’ve been dancing since I was a little kid. My mom helped me learn the moves to a music video I liked. From there my passion for dance grew.......”)

I’ve been dancing for _(number of years you’ve been dancing)__ years and have experience in ____(styles of dance; hip-hop, tap, modern)____. I’m reliable and ready to put in the hard work required to keep improving my skills. I think I’d make a good member of this team because I have a passion for dance and the commitment to keep improving.

If you need one line answers I’d just shorten it to: “I think I’d make a good member of this team because I have a passion for dance and the commitment to keep improving.”

Hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with member.
A: She's a member of the United Nations.
You are allowed to post on the forum if you are a member.
You are a member if you are part of a group.
Q: Please show me example sentences with we sincerely welcome new members and believe that they will make a good team with us..
A: We'd like to take this opportunity to welcome all of our new members. We sincerely believe that we're going to make a great team.

Synonyms of "Member" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between All the members of the department. and All the members in the department. ?
A: There is almost no distinguishable difference. You can use either “of” or “in” and they will mostly mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between The least exciting member is Jim. and The least excited member is Jim. ?
A: When I hear it I feel objectivity.
Q: What is the difference between member and number ?
A: Number refers to 1, 2, 3, etc.
A member is a person who belongs to a category.
"I'm a member of the football team."
Q: What is the difference between "a functional member of society" and "a functioning member of society" ?
A: They mean exactly the same thing. It would depend on the speaker's preference.
Q: What is the difference between They will feel like that they are one of valuable members of society and they will feel like a valuable member of society ?
A: The first one is wrong. The second one is correct.

Translations of "Member"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There are 4 members Dad, Mom younger brother and me.I'm from Daejeon. Have you ever been to Daejeon? Daejeon is famous for boring city, but it is safe and peaceful.

Are they right sentences??
A: "There are 4 members in my family. My dad, mom, younger brother and me. I'm from Daejeon. Have you ever been to Daejeon? Daejeon is famous for being a boring city, but it is safe and peaceful."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In the evening.all member of my famiy together watching the match of the country team
And it was fun when our team won

I had a busy day but really like that ________________________
I want to improve E skill
So please help me make it natural
A: In the evening, all of my family members gathered together to watch our country’s team play in the (soccer, football, etc) match.
It was exciting when our team won.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? As a member of Student Union, I participated in many activities. I also spent some time as an intern at a cultural media company in Zhengzhou. In a nutshell, I learned a lot during my varied experiences at university.
A: As a member of the Student Union, I participated in many activities. I also spent some time as an intern at a cultural media company in Zhengzhou. In a nutshell, I learned a lot during my varied experiences at university.
Sorry about the butchering of Zhengzhou (:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? do you have member card,is this sentence ok?
A: It can be understood but it would be better to say "Do you have a membership card?"

Other questions about "Member"

Q: That is member of party.
All people who is international students. Does this sound natural?
A: That is the member of a party which is made up of all international students.
Q: You (need/must) be a member of the library before you can borrow books.

Choose the correct verbs above.
The answer is 'must'.
Why is 'need' incorrect?
A: So, I looked it up, and the answer is that "need" is semi-modal and it is the negative form that is "need be".

The explanation is here (look under usage):

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/need

I think I can explain it now if you want. : )
Q: Slightly is a member of lost boys. Does this sound natural?
A: Nice job, but try "Slightly is a member of the lost boys."
Q: I was a member of the organization about space job hunting in Japan!
They will have an event that the participants think about the relationship between their major and space. Does this sound natural?
A: I was a member of an organization that dealt with job hunting for jobs related to space in Japan! They will have an event soon where participants think about how their majors relate to space.
Q: not only a member of university basketball team , he is also good at his lectures
Does this sound natural?
A: Oh, I see what you mean. In that case, you would say, "Not only is he a member of the university basketball team, but he's also a good student."

Or you can say "He gets good grades."

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