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

The meaning of "Pen" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This pen writes upside down. mean?
A: Ah. I looked it up. It is a type of pen that can write at any angle, even upside down. So yes, it can write on the ceiling.
Q: What does You haven't got a pen I can borrow, ....... ? mean?
A: @AllindA. Have you got/Do you have a pen you could lend me? or Have you got/ Do you have a pen I could borrow. Hai una penna da prestarmi ? Lend = dare in prestito ... Borrow = prendere in prestito.
Q: What does can I get a pen ? mean?
A: they are asking for a pen
Q: What does pen pal mean?
A: Amigo por correspondencia. Es aquel amigo que haces por internet por ejemplo.
Q: What does throw pens at you mean?
A: It is a slang expression. The idea is that if you want to start a conversation with someone you like, you throw a pen near him/her and start a conversation with that person when you go and pick up the pen. Hence "throw pens at you" means you are attracted to that person....

Example sentences using "Pen"

Q: Please show me example sentences with penned in.
A: During lockdown I feel penned in.

The sheep were penned in at night.

At the shopping mall we we were penned in by a large crowd.

It means to be literally 'in a pen' or to feel your movement is restricted.
Q: Please show me example sentences with please tell me what is better, "please give me the pen that is on the counter" or "please give me a pen that is on the counter".
A: If there is only 1 pen on the counter then "Please give me the pen that is on the counter." If there is more than 1 pen on the counter then "Please give me a pen that is on the counter."
Q: Please show me example sentences with "pen" and "classic".
A: I like classic pens like the quill and fountain pen.

Synonyms of "Pen" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I asked him whose pen. and I asked him whose pen it is. ?
A: When you say "I asked him whose pen?" it would mean who is this person called pen. The correct way you would write it is as "I asked him who's Pen" or "I asked him who is Pen".

"I asked him, whose pen it is?" means who does the pen belong to. Eg is it Tony's or David's pen? And you would not say "Whose pen it is?" as that doesn't make sense. The correct way to ask is "Whose pen is it?".

Hope it makes sense to you.
Q: What is the difference between I put my pen on a table. and I put my pen on the table. and I put my pen on that table. ?
A: A table - there might be more than one table and the pen is on any of them

The table - there is only one table in context, and the pen is on it

That table - there might be more than one table and the pen is on the specific one you mean
Q: What is the difference between I have a pen and I have got a pen ?
A: There is no real difference. If someone asks if you have a pen, it would be most natural to copy the way they said it.

Do you have a pen? - Yes I have a pen.

Have you got a pen? - I have got a pen, yes.

But it doesn't really matter
Q: What is the difference between I don't have any pens. and I don't have a pen. ?
A: The first one means you don't have one or more pens. The second means you don't have one pen.
Q: What is the difference between Whose pen is this? and Whose is the pen? ?
A: Second one is incorrect

Translations of "Pen"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which is correct?
I realized or noticed a pen on the floor.
A: i guess its 'notice'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how is it different between I lost my pen and I have lost my pen
A: sabai dee

“I lost my pen” or “I’ve lost my pen” is informal and spoken English. “I have lost my pen”’ is more formal/written style, and usually wouldn’t be said in spoken English.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 볼펜 :ball pen....right?
A: Yeah! That's right.^^
"ball pen" OR "ballpoint pen"
But the first one is more commonly used.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The pen is sold out for which you are looking.
Is this ok?
A: The pen you are looking for is sold out
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have a pen
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Pen"

Q: "Pen container can tear open outfit"This is an advertisement for my pen container,but what does "tear open outfit" mean?And "outfit" functions as a noun or verb or prep?(How to analyze this sentence?)
A: "Tear open outfit" could mean to rip open a hole in the container or clothing.
Q: She stooded to pick her pen up Does this sound natural?
A: "She stood up to get her pen." "She went to pick her pen up." Or "She stood to pick her pen up." Are a few more natural variations.
Q: Can you take me a pen? Does this sound natural?
A: We say "can you give me a pen"
Q: Can you borrow me a pen? Does this sound natural?
A: Can you lend me a pen? < Can the other person give (lend) a pen to the speaker
Can I borrow a pen? < Can the speaker take (borrow) a pen from the other person
Q: -do you have a pen?
-sorry, but I don't have one.
Is the 'but' here right? I always say like that cuz I think it's right. But recently I'm not sure...thx Does this sound natural?
A: Natural! You can also omit the "but" and say,
"Do you have a pen?"
"Sorry, I don't have one."

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