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

The meaning of "Snow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm snowed under mean?
A: "snowed under" is a colloquialism that means someone is extremely busy. In fact they are often so busy that there's simply no way they could take on more work or another task.
Q: What does “I am very like snow white.” what does it mean? mean?
A: 我很像白雪公主。
Q: What does snow flake mean?
A: Literal meaning is 雪片. でもスノーフレークという人は、例えばいつも何かが不快だと思う人。ポリティカル・コレクトネスが好きな人。日本語で説明するのが難しいです…。
Q: What does I was to see snow! mean?
A: No, you can, it's just quite literary.

"to be to" generally = "will"/"going to"

"I am to die!" = "I am going to die!"


"I was to see snow!" = "I was going to see snow!"

You will only see this in books or very formal language.
Q: What does ​​I got stuck in snow mean?
A: That you couldn't drive because of the snow or you couldn't leave from any place(home, school or work) because of the snow.

Example sentences using "Snow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with snow.
A: The snow is cold
Q: Please show me example sentences with snow.
A: It is snowing outside.
Q: Please show me example sentences with snow cap.
A: Snow on the top of a mountain. Not a very common word as far as I know.

"Did you see the snow cap on Mt Fuji from the plane? It was beautiful!"

Synonyms of "Snow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it’s starting to snow. and it started to snow. ?
A: If it’s happening right now, use “it’s starting to snow.” If you’re talking about any point in the past, use “it started to snow.”

“Wow, look at all the snow!”
“I know! It started snowing a few minutes ago!

“Wow, look, it’s starting to snow!”
“Really? I want to see!”
Q: What is the difference between #1 The snow white and #2 The snow white princess ?
A: The princess Snow White is the proper way to say it. But if you’re r not familiar with Snow White, it is common to say “the Snow White princess”
Q: What is the difference between it started to snow and it started snowing ?
A: the first one "it started to snow" is in past tense. "it started snowing" is in the present (it is happening now)
Q: What is the difference between We haven't had such a heavy snow for 15 years. and This is the first time to have such a heavy snow in 15 years. ?
A: You're welcome! Yes, the first sentence is implying that heavy snow is falling this year, and it hasn't snowed as heavily since 15 years ago (the last time it snowed heavily).
Q: What is the difference between It will snow tomorrow and It may well snow tomorrow ?
A: It will snow tomorrow means it will certainly snow. It may well snow means it might snow or it might not.

Translations of "Snow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "He is seeing the snow for the first time"
Is it okay to use "see" in progressive tense?
Is it natutal?
A: your sentence is completely correct.

You could also drop “the”
He is seeing snow for the first time.
This is a very natural sentence.

To use the word “see”

He will see snow for the first time during our vacation.
He wants to see snow for the first time during our vacation.
I have to see snow on our vacation. It will be my first time to see it.

Does this help?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “We don't have snow a lot here” is natural sentence?
A: We don’t have a lot of snow here.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 눈(snow)을 맞다.
A: meets the snow
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I'd better go before snow stack up" Does it sound natural?
A: "Stack" is neater than "pile" though. That's why pile is used for snow.

A stack of money: http://picturesofmoney.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/holding-a-stack-of-money.jpg

A pile of money: http://granitegrok.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Pile-Of-Money-psd67160.png
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 눈싸움(To throw snow)
A: Snowball fight

Other questions about "Snow"

Q: When does it snow in your town? does this sound natural?
Q: Because of the snow that fell until this morning, it took me about one and a half hours on foot
but usually, it takes half an hour by bycycle.
According to the evening news, it was the heaviest snow in the past few years. does this sound natural?
A: @Nocci17injapan: As I said...

Just "bicycle".

: )
Q: I was cleaning up the snow does this sound natural?
A: This sounds natural if you were, say, sweeping a light dusting of snow off the sidewalk. If you were using a shovel for heavy snow, you should say "shoveling snow".
Q: The white snow has overwhelmed the world outside. And unfourtunately, our headmaster told us that this Sunday we will go to the Ala mountain to have a meal .Which is really depressing for me!I really have no wish to join them.As the activities are definitely boring! It would be better if they killed me! does this sound natural?
A: ​​The white snow has overwhelmed the world outside. And unfortunately, our headmaster told us that this Sunday we will go to the Ala mountain to have a meal. Which is really depressing for me!I really have no wish to join them. The activities are definitely boring! It would be better if they killed me!
Q: Who ordered the snow? Come in and take it away. does this sound natural?
A: If you are outdoor, you should simply say "Come and take it away"

"Come in" is only used if you are inside a building.

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