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

The meaning of "Singing" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 1.‎I ignored him, singing a song.
2.I went to her, singing a song.(If I leave comma out in these sentences,will they be different meanings?) mean?
A: Yes. The first one means I ignored him by singing a song. Without the comma it means I ignored that he was singing a song (though grammatically then it should be “his singing a song” instead of “him singing a song.”

In the second one, the difference is more subtle. With the comma, it means that as I went to her, I was singing. Without the comma, it still means that, but it’s like your song is part of what you want to share with her. You’re coming to her with a song to sing to her.
Q: What does I ignored him, singing a song mean?
A: you can! But whilest is a very old term that isn’t used in English as much anymore!
Q: What does I wind up dancing and singing when I listen to pop music. (if you can’t understand , please tell me mean?
A: @Ensolin it's not a forced action, it's more of like an engrained habit. As a music lover myself, when I feel a beat I dance whether I'm conscious of it or not. It's like how you hum a tune or tap your feet to music.
Q: What does Fancy singing the song for us? mean?
A: It means "Would you like to sing us a song".
Q: What does they were singing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir mean?
A: signing

They were postponing the cost until the future when every American would have to pay.

Example sentences using "Singing"

Q: Please show me example sentences with she was singing and would not answer your phone call ... change it into present continuous.
A: im not exactly sure what it is that you are asking for, but i'll just give you a few scenarios!!

person A: hey, did you manage to call her?
person B: i tried many times to get through to her, but it turns out she was too busy singing along to her ringtone that she forgot to answer my phone call.

or

person A: she's right there. why isn't she answering the phone?
person B: look at her. she's busy singing, that's why she cannot answer your phone call

Synonyms of "Singing" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "He was singing then.” and “He was singing a song then.” ?
A: The only difference is that the second sentence emphasizes “song.”

彼は歌いました

彼は歌を歌いました
Q: What is the difference between singing and chanting ?
A: Chanting is speaking or singing a particular phrase repeatedly, often for religious reasons.
Q: What is the difference between 1. I went to her, singing a song. and 2.I went to her singing a song. ?
A: it's quite an incomplete sentence😅 "i went to his singing", singing in this sentence is an adjective. you must put a noun after the adjective to complete the sentence 😊
Q: What is the difference between I'm not that good at singing. and I'm not all that good at singing. and I'm not very good at singing. ?
A: “I’m not that good at singing.”
“나 노래 못 부르는 편이야.”

“I’m not all that good at singing.”
“나 노래 그렇게 잘 못 불러.”

“I’m not very good at singing.”
“나 노래 잘 못 불러.”

다 비슷하긴 한데... 한국말로 여러 분위기로 써봤어요~
Q: What is the difference between your singing is badass! and your singing is kack-ass! ?
A: *your singing is kick-ass

Both are pretty much the same! Badass might be a little more rock/cool and kick-ass might be a little more punkish?

At least to me they would mean the same thing!

Translations of "Singing"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Remembering, singing the melody I'm tired of listening to
A: Indeed. Grammatically correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He was singing to himself and dancing all night long to stay warm. Is it natural?
A: Yes, it’s natural : )
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I won't be singing in here anymore for I believe...
I might make lots of people dislike me. Hopefully this apps won't be empty. Nice having you all answering my question or I be bored staying on bed everyday. Next year I be well. Continue learning okay.
A: be safe
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? are you good at singing
A: different tones can mean different things.

First one is compliment but not as great of a compliment as the second one.
Third pronunciation is sarcasm and means they aren't good at singing.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sing and singing
A: Like it sound,

Other questions about "Singing"

Q: I like singing, so I often hum a tune as I stay home. Does this sound natural?
A: @Risa1986: "I often hum while I'm at home" would sound more natural
Q: When I was singing a song, she said I sounded having fun. Does this sound natural?
A: When I was singing a song, she said I sounded like I was having fun.
Q: I was singing and went on to act. Does this sound natural?
A: it depends on what situation you are describing. If you are talking about one short period of time (eg. One evening) "I sang and acted" is better. But if describing a longer period of time (eg. A few years of your career) then "I started with singing then went on to act" would be more natural.
Q: Her singing voice is idiosyncratic, dulcet and contagious. Does this sound natural?
A: In English you can express your self with whatever words you like rather it be big or small but however if it's in a normal daily conversation


You would say

The way she sang was unique, sweet and different.


Written or poetic type-

The way she sang was idiosyncratic and yet dulcet and sweet.

Contiguous would be like the song she sings since her voice can't be contiguous but your vocabulary is great keep achieving !
Q: I'm not as good as him in singing. Does this sound natural?
A: There are a few ways to express that.
I'm not as good of a singer as him.
I'm not as good at singing as he is.
I can't sing as well as he can.

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