Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Memory"
The meaning of "Memory" in various phrases and sentences
Q: What does if memory serves mean?
A: it means "If my memory is right", or "If I remember correctly".
Q: What does Clear memories are the fruit of repeated practice. mean?
A: Only after consistent, constant practice can you remember something clearly, remember every detail. "the fruit" is used to emphasize the cause and effect relationship, the results of an action are like the products of a plant.
Q: What does lost in a memory mean?
A: Another word would be "Reminisce". This means they are focusing on an event that has happened in the past, either fondly, or due to regret. Being lost can imply that they are also daydreaming (distracted).
Q: What does "may these memories break our fall" (break our fall is?) mean?
A: to soften the fall, to make it less harsh/bad
Q: What does if memory serves mean?
A: it means 'if I remember correctly'. For example, 'If my memory serves, you promised that you would work for me tonight.'
Example sentences using "Memory"
Q: Please show me example sentences with We have got memories and knowledge by efforts.some day it will be erased and be lost..
A: I think that it would be better to replace "memories" for "wisdom". I think that's what you meant by "getting memories". If it's not, I'm sorry! ^^ I would write it like this: "Our efforts give us wisdom and knowledge. However, everything we carry with us will be erased and lost one day." Or: "We are constantly learning a lot from our efforts but, one day, everything that we know will be erased and lost."
Q: Please show me example sentences with It reminds meと It brings back memories.
A: Seeing children playing outside brought back memories of my childhood That car reminds me of my dad'd first car He reminded me about having to go get my wallet
Q: Please show me example sentences with memory.
A: You have a really good memory. That's my favorite childhood memory My computer has 8GB of memory
Q: Please show me example sentences with memory capacity.
A: My phone doesn't have much memory capacity. This SD card's memory capacity is not enough. Do you have one that has more memory capacity?
Q: Please show me example sentences with If I lost my memories a thousand times, i will love you in each new memoey... Is this sentence wright.
A: You have a few errors you should write it like this: If I lost my memories a thousand times, I would remember you in each one
Synonyms of "Memory" and their differences
Q: What is the difference between blurry memories and blurred memories ?
A: drinking too much alcohol blurred my memory my childhood memories are a bit blurry i can't give a conversational sentence with those exact words together because those words are a bit poetic in nature and tone.
Q: What is the difference between He retains clear memories of it. and He vividly remember it. ?
A: basically its the same
Q: What is the difference between his memory and memory of him ?
A: his memory is what he remembers, and memory of him is what someone else remembers about him
Q: What is the difference between The older we grow, the weaker our memory becomes increasingly. and As we grow older, our memory becomes weaker gradually. ?
A: Both are a little awkward. Try "As we grow older, our memory gradually weakens." Or, "The older we get, the more our memory weakens."
Q: What is the difference between memory stick and hard drive and USB ?
A: I would call a memory stick and USB the same thing.
Translations of "Memory"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Looking back on memories several years ago. And sometimes recent photos.
A: Look back on memories several years ago. And sometimes also recent photos. throughの意味は通りです。 この部分は”look back”を使用してもういいです。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is a memory device exactly? is it like a flash drive?
A: Right. You can submit the files two ways: 1) put the files on a flash drive and mail them 2) e-mail the files
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I don't want to fade out of memory with something or somebody. How do English native speaker speak?
A: I don't want them to forget me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? memory
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? when you are thinking of your old good memories, any idioms you say?
A: You could say: 'I am feeling nostalgic' ☺️
Other questions about "Memory"
Q: The memory of people in their 60s could be improved to that of people in their 30s if they drink cocoa for 3 months. This is about the report by the research team of Columbia University in New York City that announces that the components of cocoa are able to improve the age-related memory decline. According to the report, foods which improve the memory decline include red wine, chocolate (non-sugar), and coffee (non-sugar). And it tells that cocoa is also one of the group which can revitalize the brain. does this sound natural?
A: "According to the report, foods which prevent memory decline..." Saying that something 'improves memory decline' means it aids in you losing your memory! "It (the article) mentions that cocoa is also a part of this group." You can end it there, because the reader already knows about the revitalizing effects of these food items now.
Q: Their memory is very good! Or Their memories are good! Which should I say when I want to say, the person remember vocabulary well. does this sound natural?
A: The first one; "their memory is very good." Though if your talking about the person you are speaking to then you would say, " your memory is very good." or if your speaking to multiple people you would say, "everyone's memory is very good." Saying "Their memory is very good." is talking to someone about someone else, not to them directly. Saying "memories" instead refers to somebody's actual memories, (times the call recall from the past) not the memory capacity.
Q: The memory has been deleted on my mind. does this sound natural?
A: No. When something is "on your mind", it means it's currently what you are thinking of. You can't have forgotten something that is currently "on your mind." Though, you can say something like, "I want to forget what's been on my mind."
Q: I have great memories with this house. I can't even think about selling it. does this sound natural?
A: "...of this house..." =)
Q: Speaking from memory, I believe he's from California. does this sound natural?
A: Even though your sentence is technically correct, I would rather say something like... "If I recall, I believe he's from California" or "If I remember correctly, I believe he's from California." I think those would sound a bit more natural.
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