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

The meaning of "Read" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “Please get me a read by Monday.” mean?
A: Oh ok 😅. yes, you are correct. I think he wants you to record the script and send it back to him.
Q: What does left on read mean?
A: It means that someone has opened a message you’ve sent them and has not responded. Usually, with most social media, the application shows that your message has been read or seen. When there is no response, that’s being left on read.
Q: What does read through mean?
A: this depends on the context. It more likely means to simply read something.
Q: What does pretty technical read mean?
A: It means the text will be difficult to understand for a "layperson" (someone who does not know a lot about the subject of the text). It will contain uncommon (topic-specific) words, and complex explanations.

"Pretty" means "somewhat" here. This is a common usage in US English.
Q: What does I could read it. mean?
A: It means that you can / are able to read it. "Could" is the past tense of can

Example sentences using "Read"

Q: Please show me example sentences with read.
A: Present tense;
I want to read this book.
I can't read what that says.
Don't read that magazine!

Past tense;
I read that book, it was fantastic!
In the summer I read three books.
I read on the internet that...
Q: Please show me example sentences with read.
A: -If you want to have brilliant mind , read as much as you can
-Whenever you feEl upset , take a book and read
-As much as you read , as mush you develop
Q: Please show me example sentences with read aloud .
A: "Please read that section aloud."
"The library has a program where they read aloud to kids."
"I like reading poetry aloud."
Q: Please show me example sentences with read out.
A: "Could you read out what's written on the paper?"
"She reads out the example sentences."
"The teacher read out the answers to the homework."
"The prime minister is reading out the decree."

I think it just means "read out loud".

Synonyms of "Read" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between read aloud and read loudly ?
A: "Reading aloud" is reading out loud and not in your head.
"Reading loudly" is when you read aloud, but you do it very loudly, like shouting.
Q: What is the difference between read more on and read more about ?
A: They actually both mean "continue reading more". Read more about and read more on have the same meaning and can be used interchangeably. "Read more on" just sounds more formal than "read more about".
Q: What is the difference between read and read up ?
A: Read is just a general verb referring to the action of reading a book, news article etc. "Read up" is more specific, and means to do research on or to familiarise yourself with a text.

For example:
A) I am reading a book.
B) Make sure to read up on the chapter before you come to class
Q: What is the difference between Only reading and Just reading ?
A: They can mean the same thing. "Only" is more direct.
Q: What is the difference between "read" and "read off" ?
A: @Percysfan: I read a book because I was bored.
I read off the checklist what I had to buy.
Maybe read off = ~から読みました

Translations of "Read"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? read
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to read ‘$99.99’?
A: There's two ways.
The long form is 'Ninety-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents'.
But in practice, people usually say 'Ninety-nine ninety-nine', especially if it's clear from the context that they're talking about money.
Rounding the number up and saying 'a hundred dollars' or 'one hundred dollars' is common too.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "red" ..."read" ..."ready"
A: You can listen to the pronunciations of these words on the Oxford Learner's Dictionary.

"Read" has two pronunciations.

read (verb)
https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/us/definition/english/read_1?q=read
The past tense of "read" is spelled the same ("read"), but it's pronounced like "red".
Click on Verb Forms to listen to the pronunciations of the tenses.

red
https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/us/definition/english/red_1?q=red
ready
https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/us/definition/english/ready_1?q=ready
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to read "20/80" ?
A: It actually depends on the context.
I've listed the typical uses.

twenty:eighty (vision)
twenty "over" eighty (math, blood pressure)
twenty "out of" eighty (score)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to read 6770
A: Six thousand seven hundred (and) seventy

Other questions about "Read"

Q: How well can you read Chinese? does this sound natural?
A: Perfect!
Q: How to read 2112 A.D.?
A: It is a year, so you can say:

"Two thousand one hundred and twelve."

A.D. = C.E. = Common Era

(I hope this helps!)
Q: Read the statement below and write a paragraph giving at least two reasons why you agree or disagree with it

The voting age in Japan should be lowered to 18

I agree with the statement.For one thing,it would make the young be interested in politics.For example,they may read the newspaper and watch the news,and they may lead to new political ideas to reform their country,prefecture and town.For another thing,the young are enough mature to vote.They have their ideas what they can do in order to make their town a better place.Also,they can be able to discuss the problems ,such as aging of society,global warming,and consumption of trash. does this sound natural?
A: I agree with this statement. For one thing, it would make the young be interested in politics. For example, they may start reading the newspaper and watch the news, and that may lead to new political ideas to reform their country, prefecture and town. And another thing, the young are mature enough to vote. They have their own ideas about what they can do to make their town a better place. Also, they can discuss the problems, such as the aging of society, global warming, and consumption of trash.
Q: Please, before read this short sentence and then answer a few questions.
If only I'd listened to your advice, then I would have invested with that bank. As it is, I've lost a lot of money.
what does 'as it is' mean? does that mean 'for this reason'?
why do you use 'a lot of' in negative sentence?
thanks in advance
A: Okay so "as it is" means "as it stands right now," or "the current form of it"

We say " a lot of" as a general description of a large number of something. It isn't tailored to positive or negative sentences.
Q: I read you loud and clear. So you don't have to explain what is happened any more. does this sound natural?
A: "I read you loud and clear so you don't have to explain what is happening anymore"

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