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

The meaning of "Progress" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Making progress mean?
A: means something is going well/improving gradually.
For example: I am making progress with my students.
Like at first they didn't like me but as the time passed they started to like me.
Q: What does They were surprised at the progress that she has made in such a short time, apart from her vast improvement in her spoken English. mean?
A: she progressed in all subjects. but she is better at English than the rest of her subjects. she's good at speaking English
Q: What does Substantive, arc-fulfilling progress seem to be trending right now. mean?
A: If it's a line in the show it can be hard to say without context.

If it's commentary about the show, it could be talking about a character arc. Additionally, an arc in a tv show can be a story arc. That would be an extended or continuing storyline.
Arc-fulfilling progress would then mean the story was meaningfully moved towards completion.
Q: What does there is much progress to be made. mean?
A: It means that there is a lot more work to be done. This expression can refer to something small like

"I built the door for the doghouse, but there is much progress to be made"

Or something much larger and more complicated like

"Racial equality has come a long way, but there is much progress to be made"
Q: What does progress by proxy mean?
A: Progress by being close to something that helps you to succeed.

Example sentences using "Progress"

Q: Please show me example sentences with You can't hinder my progress.
Is this sentence natural?.
A: Yep, it's good!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Making progress.
A:
"Beth has been making progress in Japanese"
"You've been making progress learning English"
"Jill has been making a lot of progress since she started studying"
Q: Please show me example sentences with progress.
A: When do you get your progress report?
Your progress is measured in numbers.
My progress towards learning English is steady .
Q: Please show me example sentences with progress.
A: “you have made a lot of progress learning English”
“Progress is possible if you try hard and study.”
“You may not be where you want to be yet, but you’ve made progress”.
“Progress to the next question if you don’t know the answer right away.”
“Your political views are more progressive than hers because she is still thinking in old ways.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with progress.
A: Process = 过程

"The process of learning english is hard."

Progress = 进步

"I have made a lot of progress in my studies this year."

Synonyms of "Progress" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The three of us could easily report on progress made on the Humbert project. and The three of us could easily report on progress about the Humbert project. ?
A: Both mean the same thing, but both sentences have grammatical mistakes. It should be - The three of us could easily report on THE progress we have made on the Humbert project.
Q: What is the difference between progress and process ?
A: Progress is used to say that someone or something has gotten better at something or improved. Process is used to show the way something is done.

“The child has made amazing progress in math class.”

“We are hoping that this program will help students progress in their learning experience.”

“The process of making a hamburger is similar to making a sandwich.”

“It will take a while for the computer to process these pictures.”
Q: What is the difference between progress and improve ?
A: improve is when you become better, progress is similar to improving and moving forward in something, but not necessarily better
Q: What is the difference between 1. Has there been any progress on your English skill? and 2. Has there been any progress in your English skill? and 3. Has there been any progress as to your English skill? ?
A: @Pioushope It can be used, too. I think it's less common, though.
Q: What is the difference between in progress and in process ?
A: "In progress" is used when something is started but not yet finished, nobody really says "in process" but the word process refers to the entire act of starting and finishing something

Translations of "Progress"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Her progress is thanks to small amounts of daily🥺
A: I need more context. I don’t understand what the emoji means. Small amounts of daily ????
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? which is more appropriate ? We will continue to make further progress. We keep on making further progress.
A: We will continue to make further progress.
We will continue making further progress.

“Keep on” here is informal, but you can use “keep”
“We will keep making further progress.” Still less formal
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? progress
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? progress
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please progress according below the schedule. (is it correct?)
A: Close! If you will be putting the schedule below the message, say “please progress according to the schedule below”

Other questions about "Progress"

Q: I really AM very proud of my progress in art. but I know that If I want to be a better artist I have to practice and study a lot more. does this sound natural?
A: If you take out the very before proud it will sound more natural
Q: what does he say?
and then...now you've...your all work's progress?
A: We're all works in progress = todos estan aprendiendo / mejorando
Q: There is not so much progress in debugging. does this sound natural?
A: @desafinado: "there hasn't been much progress debugging the code". If you were writing to another company I would say "we haven't made much progress debugging the code". Because even though you didn't debug the code, you're a part of the company and its the company's job to debug the code. When talking with your workmates or work friends I would use "there", as within the company debugging is not your responsibility or job
Q: How could I make a progress in learning a language?
A: I think everyone learns in different ways. For me, I learn vocabulary, then grammar, and then practice
Q: There has been great progress in making new medicine to control schizophrenia for the past (few )decades
ここでfewを使うのはなぜでしょうか?a fewではないですか?fewはほとんどいない という
意味で使うと思いますが、別の使い方もあるんですか?






A: 同じ意味です. でもこの意味はほとんどいないよりa small number です。だからthe past few decades は two or three (maybe four?) decades です。

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