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

The meaning of "Sara" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Sara asked if I could cover mean?
A: I am not entirely sure, however I believe you are asking:

What does Sara mean when she asks (me) if I could cover?

It depends on the context. One common meaning is when someone needs you to cover their shift at work because they can’t work. If they can’t work and need someone to take their place, they may ask you to cover, whereby you can accept if you are free to.
Q: What does Sara is the elder of two mean?
A: Thanks🌹
Q: What does Sara confided to her journal. mean?
A: She wrote about her problems in her journal and it brought her comfort
Q: What does Sara confided to her journal. mean?
A: Confide means to trust in someone/something. So, that would mean that Sara trusted her journal not to tell her secrets or that she trusted her journal.

Synonyms of "Sara" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Sara and Sarah ?
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Q: What is the difference between Sara wasn't sleeping at ten o'clock in the evening yesterday because she was having a nightmare and Sara wasn't sleeping at ten o'clock in the evening yesterday because she had a nightmare ?
A: They mean the same thing, however it depends on what tense you are using
Q: What is the difference between Sara and I and Sara and me ?
A: If you can replace the "Sara and. . " with me, you use Sara and me, if you can replace it with I then use Sara and I.
Q: What is the difference between Sara and I live here and Sara and me live here ?
A: They mean the same thing, so either would be understood perfectly fine. However, using I is the correct way of saying it and using me is incorrect.

Translations of "Sara"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sara celebration maatam me badal gya
A: The whole celebration turned into mourning.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sara e Ricky intendono dare una festa in giardino per festeggiare il loro anniversario di matrimonio.
A: Sara and Ricky are going to have a garden party to celebrate their wedding anniversary.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sara ko rone ka reason pucho to kuch btati ni hai
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sara sb chiz me achi hai
A: Sara is good in everything
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Sara kaam khrab hogya
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Other questions about "Sara"

Q: Before I asked Sara for the concert, I had asked a few people, but they were all like "I'm not really into XXX. Sorry." So I was was going to go to the concert on my own, or give up going there. Does this sound natural?
A: Before I asked Sara TO the concert, I had asked a few OTHER people, but they all SAID "I'm not really into XXX. Sorry." So I EITHER HAD TO go to the concert on my own or give up ON going.

All changes made in CAPITAL LETTERS. Feel free to ask additional questions.
Q: Sara must see a doctor.


Q...You add "yesterday" to this sentence.

My answer

Sara must have seen a doctor yesterday.


But my Japanese English teacher said “your answer is bad”

My teacher's answer

Sara had to see a doctor yesterday.

I think both is correct.

Is my answer unnatural?





A: Both are correct. “Sara must have seen a doctor yesterday because she has a doctors note” is an example of how someone might use it conversationally.
Q: Sara is a woman with whom I work. Does this sound natural?
A: It is grammatically perfect, but this is more natural:

“Sara is a woman I work with.”
Q: Thank you for letting us know about how Sara was doing.

Well,she said "Wash the teeth!"as soon as she came home yesterday.
I said "Wash the dishes? or Brush your teeth?"so,She said "Wash hands!"

So we speak with gesture
"Wash the dishes"
"Brush my teeth"
"Wash my hands"
It's just like a tongue twister!?
Does this sound natural?
A: A more natural way to say this is:

Thank you for letting us know how Sara is doing.

As soon as she came home yesterday, she said, "Wash the teeth!"
I said, "Wash the dishes? or brush your teeth?"
So, she said "Wash hands!"

So we speak using gestures instead.
It's just like a tongue twister to say "Wash the dishes," "brush my teeth," and "wash my hands!"
Q: I've wanted to see Sara jean underwood face to face through my life. Does this sound natural?
A: "I've wanted to see Sara Jean Underwood face-to-face all of my life."

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