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

The meaning of "One" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "live one" in 142 mean?
A: In this case, a live show.

A performance done in front of an audience.

Since you are standing on stage, personally and physically, as opposed to a recoded performance
Q: What does "one soul" in 151 mean?
A: One soul as in one person
Q: What does "one" in 285 mean?
A: One can be used to replace A sometimes. It means "you're a lucky little leprechaun"
Q: What does you’re one to talk mean?
A: Well let's say I'm talking to my friend and she's overweight and then a fat guy walks by and she says "look at how tight that guys shirt is on him" so I tell her "you're one to talk"

Let's say that I am speaking with my best friend who always tells me about what other people are doing then I mention spending time with another friend named Dave and my best friend says "Dave gossips too much" so I say to my best friend "you're one to talk"
Q: What does The one thing that never slows down with an older dog is their capacity for love mean?
A: It means an old dog will always love you or the owner just as much as it did when it was young. The dog's 'love' for you or the owner will never stop or decrease. That's complicated haha I hope that helps!

Example sentences using "One"

Q: Please show me example sentences with one or ones.
A: I want one blue balloon please.
They're the ones that started the fight.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'no one' and 'any one'.
A: "No one knows why he left."
"There is no one else on the bus."
"No one remembers that movie."
"She told no one about what she saw."

"Please do not tell anyone!"
"Does anyone have a phone charger I can borrow?"
"Has anyone heard the new Taylor Swift song?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with I am not the only one who.
A: "I'm not the only who" isn't really an expression. But it is a sentence starter. It can be used for many different things.

"I'm not the only one who feels this way."

"I'm not the only one who wants to go."

"I'm not the only one who has a car."
And so on.
Q: Please show me example sentences with one, ones and which in questions with these.
A: AH... In that case, I might use "one" when I wanted a gender-neutral way to phrase something. Often people end up using a plural (they) for this in English, even when that isn't correct grammar. "One can expect to spend a long time going through airport security." From your examples, though, you could replace "one" with "girl"- Helen is the tall girl and Jane is the short girl. Better?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Though, ones, .
A: Do you have any ones?
No I wish I did though.

I thought that was right though.
My dog is nice though.
I like food though.
You said you didn't like food though.

Synonyms of "One" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He might be the one. and He could be the one. ?
A: 'he might be the one' implies you are already starting to like him, but it's not actually love yet. given time you might fall in love.

'he could be the one' implies you don't have romantic feelings, but you can see what a good person they are. you want to like them, even though you don't yet. given time you could learn to love them one day.
Q: What is the difference between I'm glad you would use this one instead of that one. and I'm glad you could use this one instead of that one. ?
A: would は 意図に関して、couldは可能に関するので、違いはその通り。
I'm glad you would use this one instead of that one. それよりこれを使うことにしてうれしい(場面の推測:相手が自分の意志で話し手の作ったのを使って、話し手は感謝を述べる)
I'm glad you could use this one instead of that one. それよりこれを使えられてうれしい(場面の推測:「これ」は(たかすぎるとかで)普段使えないけど、今度は使えられてよかったと話し手が述べる)

wouldは将来のことに使えられたら、couldに勝手に代えられる場合もあります。例えば "Would you be able to see me tomorrow" "Could you see me tomorrow" は必ずしも意図に関することではないです。将来は不明なことだから、代えられてもOKです。実はwouldを聞く方が丁寧なのかな。なぜかというと、会えない理由は沢山あるかもしれないけど、相手の意志で断らせてあげたら、もっと優しいからかな(いまやっと考えました、これ、伝わらないかもしれないです)
Q: What is the difference between I am the only one who can make you unhappy. and Nobody but me can make you unhappy. ?
A: there is no real difference it would depend on the contexr ur using it in
Q: What is the difference between On the one hand and On the other hand ?
A: You typically use both phrases together to say that there are two different ways to think about something. For example, "I don't know whether to move or not. On one hand, my current rent is way too expensive and I want to live somewhere cheaper. On the other hand, my apartment is in a really old neighborhood."

You can use them separately, but it's not as common. For example, "I don't know if I want to go to Jane's party. I do want to see my friends... On the other hand, Jane's house is so far away and I hate driving."
Q: What is the difference between on the one hand, on the other hand and on one hand,on the other hand ?
A: On one hand, means like if we look at something like this, the outcome is this.

On the other hand, means if we look at something like this, the account will be instead this.


On the one hand is another way to say on one hand.

Translations of "One"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? no one killed her, she made suicide/ she do suicide/ it was suicide/ she killed herself
A: No one killed her, it was suicide.

No one killed her, she committed suicide.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to call this one?
A: Blackboard or chalkboard if you use chalk to write on it. Whiteboard or dry-erase board if you use dry-erase pens to write on it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to describe some one try to solve problems only through connections, in a negative sense
A: I can't think of any expression specific to that, but there are some that are close. "Nepotism" is the hiring of relatives. It is often used negatively to describe hiring a relative regardless of their qualifications. There are a few expressions that are used to describe someone that attempts to advance by being close to a superior. We use the phrase "brown noser" to describe a person whose nose is so far up theirs bosses butt that their nose turns brown. A similar phrase is "boot licker" to describe someone that is willing to lick the boots of their boss to get ahead.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A one week trip
A: As in a word that carries semantic indications of time as well? This does not exist in English. One week trip, one week vacation, one week visit. I'm going on a trip for one week. I'm going on vacation for a week.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can I say widen ones horizon in another way? ps, does widen/ extend ones sounds natural?
A: I think the usual phrase is, "broaden one's horizons." But since it is a saying, you could also say something along the lines of, "trying new things/ideas," "opening new doors of opportunity," or, "understanding different viewpoints." It's just a common saying that means to learn about something you didn't know before.

Other questions about "One"

Q: This one is just out of curiosity!

So, for all of you English speakers...

Sometimes my friend and I used to put on that Brit accent. Just for fun. Obviously though, ours wasn’t real, since we’re not British!

But I was just wondering... do British people find it irritating or annoying that some people fake your accent?

Also, do you ever think they’re believable? If you were to hear someone putting on a Brit accent (who was not born with that accent) - would you be able to tell whether it was a fake voice or not?
A: I think as foreign speakers you have to imitate an accent to sound native. Though I think it's cool to be able to imitate accents, and often it makes entertaining roll-play if you're into tabletop RPGs.
Honestly as an Australian who lives in a major city, I hear a lot of different accents, like a lot, beyond Australian accents, there are a couple of English accents, the New Zealand accent, a lot of different European accents, Latino accents, Indian accents, and a lot of Asian accents as well. Then also in movies and YouTube videos etc. we also hear a lot of American accents as well. Honestly there are just so many accents I can't keep up with which is which.
Q: which one is the correct one: "second-year students" or "second year students"? how to use (-) in the correct way?
A: This is a website used by students for all forms of punctuation and grammar: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/punctuation/hyphen_use.html
Q: "There'a no one who has done more than I've done."

is that sentence grammatically correct?

I thought there needs a "what" between "than" and "I've done".
A: Ok, I thought so but I wanted to check!
"I nailed it better than he expected."
"to nail it" is a verb so you have to use "better" (adverb), not "more" (adjective).
Q: No one knows what will happen in the future Does this sound natural?
A: Very natural. Definitely something I could hear a native speaker saying.
Q: I'm frustrated that no one pays attention to me.

I'm frustrated that no one pays attention for me.

I'm frustrated that anyone pays attention to me.

I'm frustrated that no one have attention to me.

Does this sound natural?
A: × I'm frustrated that no one pays attention for me.
✓ I'm frustrated that no one pays me attention.

× I'm frustrated that no one have attention to me.
✓ I'm frustrated that no one pays attention to me.

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