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

The meaning of "Soccer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I´ve never played soccer, have you? mean?
A: Have you = 'alguna vez lo has jugado tu?', pero es muy común omitir 'alguna, vez, lo, jugado'. Se puede decir: 'I've never played soccer, have you ever played soccer?' pero todos se preguntarían, porque este tío usa tantas palabras?
Q: What does 「Our soccer team, let alone an advance to the final round, unfortunately failed to post a single win.」 mean?
A: this sentence is not good english, but here it means “score” or “record in the league’s statistics”
Q: What does Deciding it is worthless to work on your soccer skills because someone else is better shares motivation-sucking roots with deciding not to apply for a job because you probably won’t get it anyway. mean?
A: Oh ok, well this is a metaphor, so each of these sentences have something to do with motivation, but they both talk about losing motivation, so the sentence " motivation sucking-roots" is to say that both the sentences deal with lack of motivation, so their "roots" are the same.
does that help?
Q: What does dodge soccer ball mean?
A: I think you mean dodge ball. It's a game kids play. There are 2 teams and they throw balls at each other. If a ball hits you, you are out. They goal is to get all the people on the other team out and you win.
Q: What does I don't like soccer and volleyball. mean?
A: It means that someone does not enjoy playing those two sports

Example sentences using "Soccer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with soccer.
A: I play soccer.
I want to play soccer.
I will play soccer.
Do you think soccer is fun?
Do you play soccer?
I love playing soccer with my friends.
Soccer is my favorite sport.
Q: Please show me example sentences with soccer.
A: I like to play soccer.
Soccer is a fun sport
Do you play soccer?
How was soccer practice?
When do you have soccer tryouts?
Who plays soccer with you?
Q: Please show me example sentences with soccer.
A: The popularity of soccer in the U.S. is on the rise.
Soccer is my favorite sport!
She likes to play soccer.

Synonyms of "Soccer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I am going to play soccer and I will play soccer ?
A: I am going to play soccer = You know when you'll play, it's arranged

I will play soccer = You don't know when or if you really will play.
Q: What is the difference between I prefer soccer to baseball and I like soccer than baseball ?
A: I prefer soccer to baseball is more grammatically correct as you are comparing the two.

Whereas "I like soccer than baseball" doesn't really work, you could say "I like soccer more than/ rather then baseball"

Hope this helped :D
Q: What is the difference between I often played soccer, when I was a kid. and I used to play soccer, when I was a kid. ?
A: often means you played soccer many times in the past, and may or may not still play it.
used to means you no longer play soccer, you only played it as a child
i hope that makes sense?
Q: What is the difference between I'm going to play soccer in this Saturday and I'm going to play soccer on this Saturday ?
A: 應該說
I'm going to play soccer this Saturday.
沒有in或是on

如果非要用其中一個的話
On Saturday, I'm going to play soccer.
I'm going to play soccer on Saturday.

如果你想用in的話,就不能用Saturday. 只能用這種說法:
「In two days, I'm going to go play soccer.」
「I'm going to go play soccer in two days.」
Two 當然也可以換其他號碼
Q: What is the difference between When it comes to soccer and As far as soccer is concerned ?
A: Not much difference -- they can both be used as an introductory phrase to give an opinion on soccer. I'd call this one a case of personal preference.

Translations of "Soccer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to play soccer.
A: correct!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He is good at not only soccer but also basketball.

He is not only good at soccer but also basketball.

which is correct?
A: ' He is not only good at soccer but also basketball ' is a better option.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Did they play soccer? Two boys are playing soccer. Or instead of the word "soccer" should be the word "football"? How do you say in the UK?
A: Yes you did. Football is the more commonly used word. Soccer was used until the 1970s, then it fell out of favour.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Did they play soccer? Two boys are playing soccer. Or instead of the word "soccer" should be the word "football"? How do you say in the UK?
A: *The rest of the world : Football.
*American English : Soccer.
You can use either.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 3:2 in soccer match
A: it's called a tie, it happens whenever both teams have the same score (0:0, 4:4 etc).
but you still say zero TO zero

Other questions about "Soccer"

Q: Speaking of soccer, how was the game coming yesterday? does this sound natural?
A: Super close!!!

"Speaking of soccer, how was the game yesterday?"

Or another way to say it is

"Speaking of soccer, how did the game go yesterday?"

Hope this helps

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Q: I played soccer with Nobu and Shunya today.
I could change of place very well.
After that we go eating ramen to Ichizu.
They provide us with so delicious ramen in Ichizu.
Especially soup is excellent.
Because I did so,I can't be ready completely for tomorrow's exam.
I have to study all night.
does this sound natural?
A: I played soccer with Nobu and Shunya today.
I was very agile today/I could change positions easily today. (すみません、この文は何を言いたがっているかあまりわかりません)
Afterward, we went to Ichizu to eat ramen.
They gave us such delicious ramen at Ichizu.
The soup was especially excellent.
Because I did so much today, I'm not completely ready for tomorrow's exam.
I have to study all night.
Q: He's a half-assed soccer player.

or

He's a half-chewed soccer player.

or

He's a half-baked soccer player. does this sound natural?
A: He's a half-assed soccer player and he's a half-baked soccer play are both good.
I've never heard half-chewed used in that way though.
Q: Brazilian soccer players are high on quotation in China. does this sound natural?
A: "high in demand" is the proper term.
Q: What's "soccer mom"?
A: "Soccer mom" is a stereotype. It is someone with children. They drive large SUVs and bring their children to many activities. This includes soccer, the namesake.

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