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

The meaning of "Prepare" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does prepare to be Heimlich-ed! mean?
A: the Heimlich is when you push your fist hard into someone chest when they're choking.
The speaker is telling someone they are about to do that to them.
Q: What does prepare to be dazzled mean?
A: It is similar to the phrase "prepare to be amazed" which just means get ready to be suprised or wowed. Like they are showing you something amazing.
Q: What does "prepare to engage" mean?
A: prepara para casar
Q: What does prepare yourself mean?
A: To get ready to do something or to get ready for something to happen.

Example sentences using "Prepare"

Q: Please show me example sentences with prepare.
A: I was not prepared
I need to prepare a speech/presentation beforehand
I'm totally prepared
Q: Please show me example sentences with prepare / prepare for.
A: use prepare if you are talking about making something
ex) I need to prepare my lunch.
ex) We need to prepare our presentation.
or if you are talking in general
ex) I need more time to prepare.

use “prepare for” if you’re talking about an event
ex) I need to prepare for my interview.
ex) She needs to prepare for her recital.
Q: Please show me example sentences with prepare.
A: "I need to prepare for my exam next week"
"prepare a brief answer for this question"
Prepare will be "to get something ready for use"
Q: Please show me example sentences with prepare.
A: "We need to prepare the food to eat for dinner."
"She was very ready and prepared to win the race."
"Prepare yourself if you ever get attacked by someone."

Synonyms of "Prepare" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between prepare and get ready ?
A: When you "prepare" for something, it's usually in advance, not just something you complete in a few minutes. For example: When you "prepare" for a trip several weeks in advance. The phrase "to get ready" is usually used right before completing something. For example: Getting ready for school.
Q: What is the difference between prepare and prepare for ?
A: @gimjongheon930: Prepare for is often used for events, for example you can say "I have to to prepare for the party" but "I have to prepare the party" sounds unnatural.

Prepare is used for people and specific things. For example, you can say "prepare yourself" but you cannot say "prepare for yourself." You can also say "prepare food for the party" but you cannot say "prepare for food for the party."
Q: What is the difference between prepare for and get ready ?
A: I wouldn't say that these words are equivalent. E.g. to prepare for an emergency and to get ready for an emergency is not quite the same.

@sallykyoko I think the info on this page could help you to some extent, so please read it:
http://www.xn--6oq39sp7mn60al3h.net/basic_phrase/ready.html
Q: What is the difference between prepare and prepare for ?
A: Example: Dinner
"to prepare dinner" - to cook dinner
"prepare for dinner" - prepare yourself for dinner (wash hands, change clothes.
Q: What is the difference between prepare and make preparations ?
A: I think they are both the same.
You should now make preparations for your trip.
You should prepare for your trip.
Using "make preparations" suggests that there are things that need to be done but "prepare" may at times involve very little effort.

Translations of "Prepare"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prepare
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prepare
A: "Pree-pair"
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Other questions about "Prepare"

Q: I can prepare you for studying English easily does this sound natural?
A: I can help prepare you to easily study English
Q: 「私は今、看護師に戻る準備をしています。」



"I'm now, I'll prepare to return to the nurse." does this sound natural?
A: I will prepare to return to the nurse.
Q: I'm preparing to go to work. does this sound natural?
A: I'm getting ready for work.
Q: You should prepare whenever you're going to depart. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds very formal
Q: We prepare for that.(私たちはそれをするために準備をしています) does this sound natural?
A: "We are preparing for that" sounds more natural :)

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