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

The meaning of "Ride" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does painful ride mean?
A: いつか英語では「ride」とは「経験」と意味です
この場合で「painful 」とは肉的じゃなくて感情的な痛みでしょう

Painful ride 苦しい経験
Q: What does ride unicorns down a rainbow together. mean?
A: Unicorns and rainbows are typically connected to things that are very unrealistic and fantasy-like (not necessarily gay), she's saying that she wants this memory to be a very wonderful and almost absurdly fond memory in her daughter's mind.
Q: What does I now have my first ride on the rocketship. mean?
A: ride implies to me he was a passenger. But it is ambiguous. Also contrary to what you probably expect "I now have" also implies something happening in the near future. Although it could mean recent past. This passage is just crocked full of ambiguity. WOW I'm so glad I don't have to learn English as a second language!!
Q: What does roller-coaster ride mean?
A: You can use this to refer to a literal ride on a roller-coaster.

You can also use this to refer to a figurative "roller-coaster ride" of emotions, where there are highs and lows. Examples: that project was a roller-coaster ride. That relationship was a roller-coaster ride.
Q: What does to grab a ride mean?
A: Grab a ride means to get a ride. It's not the most common expression but I've definitely heard it.

Example sentences using "Ride"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ride.
A: 1-I’ll ride my bicycle
2- I’ll give you a ride
3- I need a ride
4- have you ever ride one of these ?
5- he learned to ride when he was 15
6- he’s learning to ride a motorcycle
7- let’s go for a ride
8-I don’t ride my bicycle much anymore
9-I ride my motorcycle to work
10 Adam can’t ride a motorcycle
Q: Please show me example sentences with ride.
A: I hitched a ride to go to the supermarket = I got a ride (from someone) to go to the supermarket
I rode to school on my bike (rode is past form)
I rode on the bus
This bus ride is making me feel sick

Cars use “drive”
I drove to school
I got a ride from my friend to school (if you’re not driving)
Q: Please show me example sentences with give a ride.
A: Give me a ride with your new car 🚘 it looks gorgeous.
Give her a ride with your bike 🚲 along the Han river.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ride.
A: Ride means to basically use something as a transportation.

Examples:
I ride in the car.
I ride horses.
I rode (past tense) the train home.


However, there are some forms of transportation you don't use "ride" for. You don't say: "I ride in planes all the time." Instead, you would say: "I fly in planes all the time."

As a noun, "a ride" or "the ride" can also mean a contraption at an amusement park or at a fair, like a roller coaster.

"We are riding the roller coaster."
"That ride at the amusement park was fun."
Q: Please show me example sentences with Along for the ride .
A: Do you want to come along for the ride?

Synonyms of "Ride" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ride and drive ?
A: to ride = can be used for a lot of different things like a bike, skateboard, motorcycle, etc
to drive = only used for vehicles

Examples:
Do you know how to ride a bike?
It took me a while to learn how to drive a car.
Q: What is the difference between ride and board (verb) ?
A: Ride = you are in/on a moving vehicle, going from one place to another.

Board = you are getting into/onto a vehicle that is not yet moving.

"We have been riding the bus for 20 minutes."

"The people are boarding the train right now."
Q: What is the difference between ride and take ?
A: There's no real difference in meaning (E.g. ride the bus, take the bus, ride the train, take the train)
Q: What is the difference between ride a bicycle and ride on a bicycle ?
A: that may be a little unclear....
You drive a car
You fly a plane
You sail a boat.
if you RIDE ON them, you are not controlling it.

Unfortunately, the word for controlling a bike is "ride".... so....
You ride a bike (controlled).
You ride on a bike (passenger)
Q: What is the difference between She gave me a ride to home and She took me to home ?
A: Firstly, we don't say "to home" in either, we just say home e.g. "She took me home".

There isn't much difference in most contexts, ride would imply a car or a bike helped, but the second sentence implies the same.

The only ambiguous area is whose home did she take you to. The first sentence it's clear it's to your home. The second could be her home.

Translations of "Ride"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “I ride a wheel chair and was carried to other hospital ward. I changed cloths for childbirth. I was shown into a small room. There were a single bed ,few chairs and something monitor. “
A: You’re welcome!
What do you mean by something monitor?
I thought you might be saying you saw something that looks like a monitor.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what’s different between ride and mount
A: hey! We use the phrase “get on” a bike/the bus and “get in” a car. The word mount isn’t used much as we would just say “get on” the horse nowadays, but you can say “mount a horse”. I would say it’s a literary word, I hardly ever see it used besides in some books or a movie set in the past. It may also describe the action of a male animal getting on the female to mate, if you watch documentaries you may hear something like “the male lion tries to mount the female to mate”.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ride or die with me.baby
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why is "ride or die " a best friend? For example : she has been my ride or die since we were little kids.
A: This means that this person will do anything and everything with you. They will ride, (go along with the ride- do everything/anything) or they will die, because you guys are best friends.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this ride
A: ferris wheel

Other questions about "Ride"

Q: Even though you may have been terrified by a particular ride, would you go on it again?

A. No, I never will do it again.
B. No, I am never done that again.
C. Yes, it be best to face your fears.
D. Yes, I like to experiencing fear.

The answer is A, and I also chose A because the others are grammatically incorrect.

But I think A is also incorrect.
"No, I will never do it again." is the correct sentence.
Am I right?
A: You are definitely right.
Q: we had a ride on a ferris wheel does this sound natural?
A: Try "We took a ride on a ferris wheel," or "We rode a ferris wheel."
Q: 'how long is the ride from here to the hotel?'
is this asking 'distance' or 'time'?
A: Most likely time, but it's hard to know for sure.
Q: Thank you very much for your ride on our JR bus. does this sound natural?
A: I think it's ok, but maybe would sound better to say ' ... for riding (on) our JR bus'
Q: I went ride some waves, and swimming.
It was so much fun. does this sound natural?
A: Do you mean surfing? "I went surfing and swimming."

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