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

The meaning of "See" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does see and do mean?
A: See and do means watching someone and performing that action.

If you see someone doing their homework, you will also do your homework.
Q: What does i can hardly see you mean?
A: It means when you can only see someone just a little bit.
Ex "Are you behind the house? I can barely see you!"
Q: What does I see
mean?
A: 我懂了
Q: What does because seeing is believing mean?
A: It's a phrase used to express that you can't tell if something is true unless you have seen it. Depending on the context it can be used to say that you don't believe something because you have yet to see evidence it's true. For example, I could ask my friend what the weather was and whether I should take a jacket. She could then respond with "it's snowing." If I then said "seeing is believing" it would show that I did not believe what she had said as I hadn't seen it for myself.

I'm not sure if that's a good example or not, sorry if that wasn't much help.
Q: What does I see mean?
A: Yes, you could!

Person A: I can't hang out tonight, mom says I have to study."

Person B: "Oooh. Got you."

You can say "gotcha" as a slang term for "got you" and I would really only say "got you" or "gotcha" in informal situations

Example sentences using "See"

Q: Please show me example sentences with see much of.
A: @jokifreek In my example sentence? It wouldn't make sense. You can omit "much of" though
Q: Please show me example sentences with see.
A: "I see, it makes sense." ("I see" = "I understand")

"Can you see the river there?"

"Sometimes I see cars go past."

"I'm going to see if/whether the food is ready." ("See" = "find out")
Q: Please show me example sentences with sees.
A: She sees ghosts is an example
Q: Please show me example sentences with see about.
A: Daughter :Mom I'm going to play a game when I get home

Mom: we will see about that
Q: Please show me example sentences with see off.
A: "see off" usually means to be with someone when they leave, but not go with them.

Examples:

I'm not going to be home in the morning. Could you come over and see the children off to school?

She watches the morning news after seeing her husband off to work.

Since you are going on vacation, I'll come over to your house an hour before you leave, so that I can see you off.


Synonyms of "See" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between see and meet ?
A: これは見えると会えるの区別 "See" Is to see something or someone with your eyes; "Meet" Is going some where to see a person.
Q: What is the difference between see you late and see you later ?
A: "See you late" is not a common phrase. There isn't any reason to say it.
"See you later," is a way of saying goodbye. Like まったあしたor まったね in Japanese.
Q: What is the difference between I see and I know ?
A: I assume you refer to 'I see' as a response to someones explanation?
If thats the case I see means more that you understand; but you dont have to agree, to what is explained.
I know is more a statement that you didnt receive any new information
Q: What is the difference between I see. and I got it. ?
A: They are almost the same. "I see" means you understand right away, and "I got it" usually means you were confused for a moment but figured it out. We sometimes use this when we look confused after an explaination of something, but then understood it. It sort of explains why you looked so confused a moment ago but still said you understand them.
Q: What is the difference between Nice to see you and Nice to meet you ?
A: We use "nice to see you/good to see you" when we have met the person before,

but "nice to meet you" for the first time meeting someone.

Translations of "See"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? See you soon again OR see you again soon.

(in a shopping center)
A : I'll look for a labtop.
B : Ok I'll get some cloths.
A : Alright. after shopping, see you "?"

What would you say?
Can you please explain what is different for me?
A: you'd say "again soon", I can't really think of any sentences that would use "soon again"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? see you soon
A: hello good morning
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? But you won't see me fall apart(By audio please)
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fruit?(pls see attached photo)
A: passion fruit。百香果
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm very happy to see that
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "See"

Q: When you back, we see us . Does this sound natural?
A: It should be "when he's back" and yes I understand! 😀

You can say...
"When you come back, let's meet up!"
😄

Q: We'll see how it will go. Does this sound natural?
A: We'll see how it will go
We'll see how it'll go
We'll see how it's gonna go (informal)
We'll see how it goes
Q: " I see where you're going with this ." Does this sound natural?
A: This sentence doesn't really have stress on any word to me, so maybe try to make it more even. Otherwise, it's fine.

@nihonjack, can you stop spamming every thread asking people to answer you? People will either answer or they won't.
Q: I've never seen her mad like that much
(I don't know how to say that 😂😂) Does this sound natural?
A: You're close but "I've never seen her that mad before" sounds more natural
Q: I can't see ahead. Does this sound natural?
A: I can't see ahead of me.
I can't see in front of me.
I can't see where I'm going.

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