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

The meaning of "Path" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The path of least resistence mean?
A: It means the way of doing something that takes the smallest amount of energy. The word ‘resistance’ is referring to a lot of energy or effort required. This could be physical or metaphorical. Your sentence is a kind of a saying though, it’s not a specific ‘path’ you can see. Hope that helps :)
Q: What does The path of least resistence mean?
A: To do something the easiest way you can do it.
Q: What does someday our path part ways in the forest we see mean?
A: いつの日か、目の前に広がるこの森で二人の一本道は別れ、別々に歩いて行く

ということです
Q: What does It is a path made of principle that leads to character. mean?
A: It means the choices you make and the morals you have shape what kind of person will/can become.
Q: What does "skip down paths" mean?
A: Skipping is basically having a bounce in your step. It usually means you're happy. You've probably seen people do it before.

Here's a couple video examples

https://youtu.be/iKf9l158nc4 (the little girl in the beginning in skipping)

https://youtu.be/ZIV313WTcZU (this is from a classic American film the Wizard of Oz, they are skipping in tune with the song and the skipping has some other dance "twists" to it)

The author is saying she was a very whimsical child who stopped to smell the flowers and enjoyed life.

Example sentences using "Path"

Q: Please show me example sentences with off the beaten path .
A: "One does not go off the beaten path, if they are afraid of new adventures."
"If you want things to change, you have to go off the beaten path."
"This recipe hasn't gone off the beaten path, as it is still the same since 1874 when first written down."

hope this helps ~~
Q: Please show me example sentences with off the beaten path.
A: @iyloej I think expression you are talking about is "Off the beaten path"
Q: Please show me example sentences with path and way .
A: I walk down the path. I take the path. The path goes through the forest. Am I on the right path? This path goes to the house.

Is this the right way? Am I going the right way? You are going the right way. This is the way to the house. This way goes through the forest.

"Path" is a road, it is a physical and concrete thing. "Way" is abstract. I can take the brick path to the building, and that path is one way to get there.
Q: Please show me example sentences with path and way .
A: My path to success to be an Olympian was cut short by the car accident .

On my way to school a car hit me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with path, customs, bridge, garbage, waste, waiter.
A: I took the wrong path.
Praying before eating is a religious custom.
Travel across the bridge.
Take out the garbage.
It is a waste of time to do that.
The waiter is very punctual.

Synonyms of "Path" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between path and way ?
A: 1)Path often refers to the concrete markers on the ground.

Example:
"At the end of this path, you will find a village filled with foreigners."

2)The term way refers to a route in a literal OR figurative sense.

Example(literal):
"The market is that way, just continue driving straight."

Example(figurative):
"You had no knowledge of it, so there was no way you could have prevented it." :)
Q: What is the difference between Keep TO the path or you may lose your way. and Keep ON the path or you may lose your way. ?
A: They could also mean that keep ON is to physically walk on the path. keep TO is to follow the path not necessarily walk on it. Im not sure if this helped...
Q: What is the difference between path and way ?
A: a path is a more specific term whereas way can be used in a variety of contexts but otherwise they mean the same thing 😊
Q: What is the difference between I will make my own path. and I will make my own way ?
A: These are both just two different ways to say the same thing. Neither one really sounds more natural than the other so can just say whichever one you prefer.
Q: What is the difference between path and pass ?
A: So in the sentence, "We took a path around the lake," pass cannot be used. However, in the sentence, "The climbers took the pass between the peaks," path is also okay.

Translations of "Path"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what’s different between path and lane.
A: **Path**
A tack or path made for walking, or made by continual footfall.

**Lane**
A narrow road especially in rural areas.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to use " off the beaten path" and " follow the beaten path " in a sentence ?
1) The restaurant is really off the beaten path.
2) Do not worry, just follow the beaten path.
The sentences are correct?
A: They are correct.

The first sentence means the restaurant is a place that's not very well known and is located in a secluded area. So people rarely visit.

2) Follow the beaten path!
means "Follow the path someone walked/trod on before". the beaten path = tracks です
道に迷ってしまったときに、前の人が通った跡があるからこれについて行こう!っていう意味ですね。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? path
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? path
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 面白そうですね 秘密のpathsは見つかりましたか?
A: It looks interesting, did you find a secret path?

Other questions about "Path"

Q: Keep to the path or you may lose your way. Does this sound natural?
A: Keep the path -> keep on the path
Q: We seems to proceed along the steep path all the way. Are you serious about thinking this as the sole access to the border? Does this sound natural?
A: We seemed to proceed along the steep path the entire way. Are you sure this is the sole way to get to the border?

I'm not quite sure if this is what you mean.
Q: This path is very narrow, so
1)walk in two lines.
2)walk in a single file. Does this sound natural?
A: you don't need the "a" in "walk in a single file", you only need to say "walk in single file" or you could say "walk in a single file line". You would only need an "a" if you put "line" after "single file" ^_^
Q: Those paths are for people on a wheelchair. Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds a little odd because "people" is plural and "wheelchair" is singular.

Perhaps try "Those paths are for people on wheelchairs"
Q: Please allow me to go through this narrow path.
Does this sound natural?
A: @monica8: may I get through?

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