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

The meaning of "Museum" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I’ve been in more museums than I like to admit. mean?
A: "I like to admit" means 'in general'....
"I've been to more museums than I like to admit.... '
It means you don't like to admit it in front of people in general.

If you say "I've been to more museums than I would like to admit. ".... It means you feel absurd mentioning it to that "particular" person you're talking to...

They're both almost the same though. Use whatever you're more comfortable with..
Q: What does museum curators have looked to modern technology to BREATHE MORE LIFE INTO EXHIBITS mean?
A: Museum curators are using modern technology to make the exhibits more interesting and exciting.
Q: What does I'm glad you didn't come. Because the museum was not interesting. mean?
A: 博物館はつまらなかったのであなたが来なかったことは良かった。
Q: What does its a museum you cant go inside because its gated mean?
A: When a place is gated off, you cannot enter in without special permission or in the case of a museum, not paying an admission in order to gain access.
Q: What does I'll take you to the museum tomorrow.
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Example sentences using "Museum"

Q: Please show me example sentences with the museum can preserve the collection .
A: With today's technology, the museum can preserve the collection.
The museum can preserve the collection for everyone to enjoy.
Since art is beautiful, the museum can preserve the collection.
The museum can preserve the collection in a short amount of time.

Synonyms of "Museum" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I don't know where is this museum and I don't know where this museum is ?
A: “I don’t know where this museum is” is correct. “I don’t know where is this museum” doesn’t make sense. I’m not sure why, but I can just sense when something is correct or incorrect, because English is my native language.

Anyway, where is this ship? is correct.
Depending on the situation, “Where is this ship, anyway?” could also be correct.
Q: What is the difference between The museum regulations do not permit the uses of flash photography inside the gallery. and The museum regulations do not permit the use of flash photography inside the gallery. ?
A: @H-oon
"Uses" in your example mean that there are multiple ways something can be used. For example, there are many uses of water: you can drink and clean with it. In your example it is implied that there are multiple uses for flash photography and all of them are not allowed.
For the second sentence, "use" is used as a present tense action. In your example, it refers to the action of taking pictures with flash. So it means the act of taking pictures with flash is not allowed.
"Uses" can also be a present tense action but it is used to talk about someone else. For example, he uses this pencil for drawing or she uses this type of paper.
To summarize, the first sentence with uses means there are multiple ways to use something and all of them are not allowed. The second sentence means the overall action is not allowed.
Q: What is the difference between we could go to the museum. and we can go to the museum. ?
A: @sallykyoko: 'we could go"is use for possibility when you're not totally sure if you're going to do that or going at some place and "we can go" is a certain affirmation that you will do something or go to somewhere.
as an example you say
I could go the party tonight in here you're saying that maybe you go to the party it's not confirmed yet.
I can travel for 2 hours it means you're affirming that you will travel for two hours.
Q: What is the difference between The museum is closed on Mondays. and The museum closes on Mondays. ?
A: It means the same thing. "Mondays" (with the s) means "all/every Monday". The only difference between the 2 sentences is the tense.
Q: What is the difference between We've come to see the museum. and We came to see the museum. ?
A: Also, we've come to see the museum indicates that you are at the museum already (present tense). For instance if you are at the entrance of the museum and someone asks you the rather silly question, "Why are you here?", you would say "We've come to see the museum:. Another example would be, if you went to the hospital and someone asked you, why are you here? You could answer "I've come to see my grandmother." But if you weren't at the place itself, you would say "We came to see the museum" or "I came to see my grandmother."

Translations of "Museum"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When visiting a museum or go to an exhibition, people usually follow the directions designated by the institution or the event host to create a good traffic flow. Do we call it 'traffic line' or 'route' or something else?

Thank you very much!
I’m glad you love my city! It really is a small world. I hope to visit Taiwan someday. I’ll be glad to check your translation, and I’m happy to help you.

1. Visiting patients in the hospital is prohibited. Exceptions may be made in the ICU and Hospice units with a physician’s permission, or for specific purposes.
2. All people must wear face masks to enter the hospital. People not wearing face masks will not be allowed into the hospital.
3. Please bring your NHI card or ID for an entry check.

Your translation looks good. I changed it a little to make it flow better if you want. You can always ask me for help with English if you need it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? museum
A: Xin chào. Tôi là Monga của HiNative. Thường thì có nhiều người dùng phản hồi. Nhưng vì đã có một câu trả lời tốt rồi nên lúc này bạn vui lòng xem lại các câu trả lời minh hoạ cũ. Xin "nhấp" vào liên kết. โปรด"แตะ"ที่ลิงก์
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? museum
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? This is a marvelous celling of a museum.
A: The ceiling of the museum is marvelous.

Other questions about "Museum"

Q: " he has visited that museum for 4 times, and today will be his 5 th time visiting there."

I want to make a question out of that sentence whose answer would be "his 5th time."

"What is the ordinality of this time for his today's visiting the museum ?"
A: I usually use the first one, but I also hear the second one often.

You could say: "What number of times will today's rollerskating be for him?"
But, to be honest, that can sound a little confusing to some people. In most situations, I think it's best to ask "How many times has he ____ before?" and the person will tell you the ordinality of that activity. If they don't tell you the ordinality, you can ask "What number of times...?" It will be less confusing in like this.
Q: Where can I buy museum pass ?
does this sound natural?
A: Add an article.

It's more natural if you say "Where can I buy a museum pass?" or "Where can I buy the museum pass?"
Q: I enjoy going to museum. There are many special exhibitions in the museum. Especially i love a water painting, because it was expressed by various colors. does this sound natural?
A: I enjoy going to museums because there are many special exhibitions. I especially love the water paintings, illustrated by multitude of colours.

I would change museum and painting to plurals unless you are speaking about a specific museum or a particular painting. I would also recommend joining the first and second sentence as this sounds more natural.
Q: We get free museum memberships, so we can watch a lot of famouse artworks. And we also can meet diverse people who coming at the museum. does this sound natural?
A: Saying "so we can look at" makes more sense than "so we can watch" because "watch" is used to talk about continuously looking at something that is changing like a video. You don't need the "e" on "famous". You should turn "people who coming" into "people who are coming" and use "to the museum" instead of "at the museum". Hope this helped.
Q: He entered the museum through a new door. does this sound natural?
A: He entered the museum through the new door: if the door is new. He entered the museum through another door: if it is a different door than the one he used before.

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