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

The meaning of "S" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What`s that about? mean?
A: It's usually meant literally, but it can be used in a judgemental way like:

Person 1: "I heard Garry didn't clean the office last week"
Person 2: "Yeah, what's that about?"

Where Person 2 means something like "Garry is being rude by not doing his duties".
Q: What does p. To the s. mean?
A: P.S. stands for post script. It's extra information you write at the end of a letter. For example, if you forgot to say something.

We say P.S. in speech to mean "by the way."

"to the" is just emphasis here.
Q: What does Let`s get up mean?
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Q: What does I s this correct? →It will help with this mean?
A: oh yes 'help with this' is correct here too. 😺 Hmm I think because it helps to solve a problem that the government officials (and people of the city) have.

A few small edit suggestions:

the government needs as much money as possible to deal with its aging population and higher consumption taxes will help with this

Example sentences using "S"

Q: Please show me example sentences with for all it`s worth.
A: For all it's worth = if it has any value; if it's significant/useful in any way; if it can help at all.
(also "for what it's worth")

- For what it's worth, i think you should tell the truth.
- I know you're disappointed you didn't win, but for all it's worth, i think you did great!

or

For all it's worth = for its entire value; to get as much use/benefit as possible

- It's a great opportunity! You should milk it for all it's worth.
- The company is using you, so use it back. Use it for all it's worth.
Q: Please show me example sentences with z c s.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with how' s it going?.
A: How's it going is another way of saying how are you, except it means something more like : How is your life going.

Synonyms of "S" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Another and other / s ?
A: Another: refers to only one person!

“You have to find another person to do that job.”

Other: can be the same, just one person, but sounds a bit awkward. This can also mean multiple people or things in certain sentences, but it has to have the noun immediately after it!

One person: “It’s that other person... the one I mentioned before.”

Multiple people: “There are so many other people you can talk to!”

Others: this refers only to multiple people!

“Did you tell the others about your birthday party?”
Q: What is the difference between ~s' and ~'s ?
A: ‘s is used when showing possession or as a conjunction with the word “is”
“That is Ana’s jacket”
“That’s , what’s, it’s”
S’ is used when showing possession of a person whose name ends in an S already
“That is charles’ jacket”
( but Charles’s and Charles’ are both acceptable and are pronounced the same)

Q: What is the difference between its and it`s ?
A: "It's" is short for "it is."
"Its" is a possessive adjective. The cat has a very long tail. Its tail is also fluffy to the touch. Here, "its" stands for the noun "cat."
Q: What is the difference between It s hot and It s heat ?
A: "It's hot"

We don't say "it's heat"

Translations of "S"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what s this?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what s this
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It,s not like I asked you to marry me or what.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it s a beautiful
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what s up
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Other questions about "S"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Douglas라는 이름을 한글로 쓰면 더글라스입니다. 한국인이 더글라스를 먼 거리에서 큰 소리로 부른다면 '더글라쓰~~~~'하고 's'에 모음을 붙여 길게 끌게 되는데, 실제로는 어떻게 부르시나요?.
A:
더글라스에게 불러야 할 때는 내 목소리를 같지만, 더 크게 들린어요.
We don’t add extra vowel sounds after consonants in English.
Q: s
s
s does this sound natural?
A: What do you mean with “s”


Comment ça, avec “s”?
Q: It`s not selling separately does this sound natural?
A: They are not sold separately
or
They are not selling them separately
Q: "It`s even strange to me"? or "It`s even strange for me"? does this sound natural?
A: They are both natural depending on context. For example, if you were talking about a situation that you were a part of ‘for me’ is fine (“The situation is strange for me”) but if you were talking about an action ‘to me’ is better (“Eating is strange to me”)

Generally ‘for me’ is if you are talking about yourself. ‘to me’ is an opinion.
Q: That' s why it's free . And It's also expensive ,so to speak . does this sound natural?
A: @english_po: "that's why it's free. And it's also expensive" is okay, but "so to speak" doesn't make sense.

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