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

The meaning of "Physics" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He pursued physics. mean?
A: It means that he studied physics at college (university) for his degree.
Q: What does "awed" in
I always be awed by the physics mean?
A: "I was in awe of her beauty"

("I was amazed and shocked by her beauty")

Example sentences using "Physics"

Q: Please show me example sentences with physics.
A: You could say:
"I have studied Physics at University"
"I want to go on to study Physics in University"

Synonyms of "Physics" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between physics and Astronomy and with an example ?
A: Astronomy is part of the subject of Physics and is concerned primarily with the study of objects in space such as asteriods, stars, galaxies, black holes,....
Physics encompasses other topics such as light, electromagnetism, atomic structure, quantum theory,....
Q: What is the difference between I'll be studying physics at the university next month. and I'm studying physics at the university next month. and I think there's no difference. ?
A: Next month I start my Physics course at university.
The other sentences imply things that may only happening next month.
Q: What is the difference between lectures in physics and lectures on physics ?
A: When someone says "in physics"
they are usually talking about a physics class
"lectures in physics class"

lectures ON physics
is just reffering to the subject (physics) not the class

Sorry if that doesn't make sense.

Translations of "Physics"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We still have a physics regent, but Mr. incredible 2 is more important. does this sound natural? is grammar correct?
A: I think it sounds okay
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? using "physics textbook " without "physical textbook ".why's that?
A: This question is difficult to understand, can you explain or rephrase ?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? physics
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It' a physics thing
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? physics
A: Fi-ziks

Other questions about "Physics"

Q: I was studying thermal physics in afternoon. does this sound natural?
A: Try instead "I was studying thermal physics this afternoon"
Q: While studying physics, mathematics, and related subjects like Structure Analysis and ‎Soil ‎Mechanics, I learned a lot from German scientists, engineers and inventors, for example a ‎civil engineer named Heinrich Franz Müller who developed the ‘conjugate-beam method’, I was ‎fascinated how he facilitated the solution to determine a beam’s slope and ‎deflection with this ‎method.‎

is this correct and simple or complex?
A: it would be hard to do this, changing complex words such as fascinated and facilitated would be a start
Q: while studying physics, I learned a lot from books from Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton.
any problems with this sentence?
A:

Ah right maybe this would be better?

While studying Physics, I learnt a lot from the Einstein and Newton's theories. (I read about these theories in the textbook)
Q: I found physics my favorite subject. does this sound natural?
A: I found physics to be my favourite subject.
Q: In physics or electrical engineering, voltage, current and resister are represented by V, I and R respectively like the following formula.
V = R X I
But why is the symbol for current 'I?'
A: The "I" comes from the French word Intensité which is almost the same as intensity in English. Amperage is the intensity of the electricity

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