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

The meaning of "Scores" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does stratospheric scores mean?
A: Very high scores.

The stratosphere is very high up in the sky.
Q: What does scores of riot police mean?
A: 非常非常多警察。也表示警察認為他們可能需要用暴力來控制一個情況(比如說,一個很大的抗議集會)
Q: What does There are scores of other notables to explore. mean?
A: There are lots of other things that are notable (worthy of attention) to explore.

Example sentences using "Scores"

Q: Please show me example sentences with could you correct it

His high scores were not due to so much his hard working as high IQ.
A: His high scores were not due so much to his hard work as his high IQ.
Q: Please show me example sentences with he got higher scores because of not working hard so much so much as having a brilliant brain.
A: His higher scores were not due so much to his hard work as his brilliance.

Synonyms of "Scores" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between 4 scores and 7 minutes ago and 87 minutes ago ?
A: Did you just watch Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure? A "score" is just another way to say 20 however nobody speaks like this in modern English. It was spoken in the film by the Abraham Lincoln character because in real life Lincoln gave a speech called "the Gettysburg Address" which began "Four score and seven years ago..." (87 years). Hope that helps.

Translations of "Scores"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He never gets high scores.
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Other questions about "Scores"

Q: The scores they get for each class will be calculate
totally every 3 months. does this sound natural?
A: The students had two classes in the past week where their behavior was graded to find / calculate their final scores.

Like that? ^
Q: he got good scores for all his exams. does this sound natural?
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Q: I am required to get more than 80 scores at the test of TOFEL to get the position of resident employee in china office. does this sound natural?
A: ‎I am required to get a score of more than 80 in the TOFEL test to qualify for the position of resident employee in the China office.
Q: 「彼らが、試験で良い点数を取ったときは、私は、とても興奮し嬉しかった。」

⇒" Their getting high scores in the exam made me very excited and happy. " does this sound natural?
A: "do well in" is fine (and "do well on"), but you get "scores", "grades", or "marks" "on a test" (but "in a class").
Q: I'd like to get over 80 scores out of 100 in the English exam to pass it. does this sound natural?
A: "I'd like to get more than 80 out of 100 on the English exam to pass it"
Or
"I'd like to get at least 80 percent in the English exam to pass it"

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