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

The meaning of "Organize" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm efficient and highly organized. mean?
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Q: What does you're very organized mean?
A: You have a good structure with things. For example your very organised with school notes means that your school notes are not messy and everything is in its place
Q: What does organize mean?
A: @tipi4:
messy (left picture)
organize (right picture)

Example sentences using "Organize"

Q: Please show me example sentences with organize.
A: “I need to organize the books by genre.”
“I need to hurry up and organize my clothes.”
“Are they going to organize us by grade?”
“They said they are going to organize a Christmas get together! Isn’t that exciting!”
(I am sorry I put so little 😓)
Q: Please show me example sentences with organize .
A: Organize a meeting.
Organize an event.

I like to keep my desk organized.

The books are neatly organized on the bookshelf.

I need to organize my life, it’s a mess!

Take some time to organize your thoughts (said to someone who is panicking or worrying).
Q: Please show me example sentences with organize.
A: Organize = sort, file.

Jennifer’s mom told her to organize her desk.
Jennifer organized her desk.

Synonyms of "Organize" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between organize and coordinate ?
A: Organize can mean planning things, like it’s time, place, etc. or can mean putting things away, like cleaning or filing.

Can you organize this event for me?
Can you organize your drawer, it looks messy.

Coordinate can mean making an appointment or checking if someone or something is (actually)happening. Making plans. Talking to the people involved

Can you coordinate with the people coming to tomorrow’s party?
I will coordinate with Sam about our plans for New Years.
Q: What is the difference between organize and prepare ?
A: Organize is to set a structure so that everything is easily found in a clean and orderly manner.

Prepare is to set something up or to make arrangements or preparations for (an event or activity)

For example:
“Organize your work place so you can find everything easier.”

“I’m gonna prepare a birthday party for my sister!”

I hope this helps
Q: What is the difference between organize and organise ?
A: They are the same. You can use it either way. Just the difference between British English and American English
Q: What is the difference between organize and manage ?
A: They both can mean the same thing. Usually, "organize" means to put together, while "manage" is to keep everything running smoothly.
So you can "organize" something and then "manage" it until you're done.
Q: What is the difference between organize and prepare ?
A: Organise is used when the thing you are preparing is on a larger scale. There are a lot of things for you to prepare.

When you prepare for something, you are usually only preparing 1 thing. When you organise something, you are preparing many things.

I am going to organise a tournament O -> there are many things you have to prepare (book the venue, medals, advertising etc)
I am going to prepare a tournament X

I am going to organise a concert O -> there are many things you have to prepare (sound, book the venue, ticketing etc)
I am going to prepare a concert X

I am going to organise for my exams X
I am going to prepare for my exams O -> there is only 1 thing to prepare (your exams)

I am going to organise the food for dinner X
I am going to prepare the food for dinner O -> there is only 1 thing to prepare (the food)

Translations of "Organize"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? organize
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? organize?
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Other questions about "Organize"

Q: 気持ちを整理する⇒ organize my feeling does this sound natural?
A: 気持ちを整理する⇒ sort out my feelings

to add context

直訳にしたら整理 = organizeでも大丈夫ですが、気持ちですから、英語でorganize my feelingsと言うと「気持ちを体系化する」と聞こえちゃいます。
Q: well organized or well-organized ?
A: With the dash :) well-organized.
Q: i organize my responsabilities does this sound natural?
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