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

The meaning of "Spending" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does After spending 18 months trying to grow his business, he realized that he had tapped out the market.

what is the meaning of "tapped out"? mean?
A: Used up/exhausted
Q: What does Could you correct it to me? I have spending my whole time to study and experience since i was born.This is a process of saving , not money but intangible treasure.The cumulative treasures are gradually figuring out who I am . mean?
A: I have been spending my time to study and gain experience since I was born. (后面的不太清楚你想要表达什么😅😅)
Q: What does How much are you spending? mean?
A: How much are you spending - how much money you are going to use to buy things
Q: What does She can credit being erudite to spending countless hours in the class room earning her doctoral degree. mean?
A: She’s learned (knowledgeable) thanks to (because of) the many hours she spent studying to get her doctoral degree.
Q: What does i could find myself spending time inside very soon mean?
A: yes in this context spending time inside means going to jail .

Example sentences using "Spending"

Q: Please show me example sentences with expending AND spending.
A: Expending: typically used for energy, more formal and not used as often
"I have been expending energy"
Spending: used to describe money, time, etc. Used often
"Today, I'm spending money at the story"
"I'll be spending time with her tomorrow"
Q: Please show me example sentences with without spending a fortune.
A: i'd like to buy a necklace for my girlfriend without spending a fortune
Q: Please show me example sentences with 1. guilty spending
2. guilty pleasure.
A: If you feel guilty spending money, then you are wrong.
So many people feel guilty spending money on luxury goods.
Do you have any guilty pleasures?
Well, my only guilty pleasure is pizza.

Synonyms of "Spending" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between That’s why you are spending a lot of time to study that’s not useful and That’s why you are spending a lot of time for studying that’s not useful and someone said that first one is grammatically incorrect because of “to study” I can’t understand why it’s not correct ?
A: You can say “Thats why you are spending a lot of time studying.” We usually do not say “to” we usually add “ing” at the end of a verb.
“to study ~> studying”
“to walk ~> walking “
“to sing ~> singing”
“to talk ~> talking”
You spend a lot of time talking.
You spend a lot of time singing.
You spend a lot of time walking.
Q: What is the difference between She would rather be spending time with him. and she would rather spend time with him. ?
A: In the first sentence, "be spending" is present tense. If you say "I would rather be doing something else..." you are clearly talking about your current state. I think it's more natural to say that when you are doing the action that you would rather not do.
If you say "I would rather do something else" you could be talking about something in the future.
Q: What is the difference between I have been spending my whole live studying and I have spent my whole live studying ?
A: If you say "i have been spending my whole life studying" then you are still studying. But if you say "i have spent my whole life studying" you are not studying anymore
Q: What is the difference between we've been spending tons of time. and we've spent tons of time. ?
A: "Spending" is in the present perfect progressive tense. It describes an action that began in the past, continues in the present, and may continue into the future.
"Spent" is in the past tense meaning that it already happened and ended.

I hope that this helps.

Translations of "Spending"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? spending time making your hair look nice before going out
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he isn't even earn so much spending his money in buying clothes everyday.
or
he isn't even earn so much to spend his money to buy clothes everyday.

do they sound natural?
A: He doesn't even earn enough to buy clothes every day
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1.나는 혼자 잘 논다.
I play alone well. or I enjoy spending time alone well. or anything else?

2.나는 둘이서 잘 논다.
I play together well. or I enjoy spending time between two people well.
(How can I describe '둘이서' in the sentence properly?)
A:
Thank you!
One more question if you don't mind.

I would like to describe '둘이서' in the second sentence. How can I do that?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when you don't like spending money
A: "frugal", "thrifty", "economical" (edit: also "cheap")

Example: "He is pretty frugal—the type of person who wears a $5 plastic wristwatch and always orders the cheapest item on the menu at restaurants."

Other questions about "Spending"

Q: I enjoy spending time with her, she's very inclusive towards everyone. Does this sound natural?
A: "Inclusive" is correct in this sentence.
Q: This is worth spending all my life. Does this sound natural?
A: I can spend my life doing this
Q: They've been always spending their holidays in Italy.

I'm thinking about what yo said and I've decided to take your advice.
Does this sound natural?
A: It's very close to being natural though:
They've always been spending their holidays in Italy.

I've been thinking about what you said and I've decided to take your advice.
Q: It's not necessarily that you can enjoy after spending a lot more money. Does this sound natural?
A: Spending a lot of money will not necessarily make you happy.
Q: Thank you for spending your time to read this. And please help me with my grammar.
A: I'm guessing you want corrections? Well, here goes:

According to the latest available projections, by the year 2030 one third of the population in most developed countries will be aged 65 or older, and the birth rate is predicted to decline.
By 2030, the percentage of population aged 65 or older will have risen to more than 30%. This means that fewer people will be working and therefore fewer people will be paying income tax, the government's main source of taxation revenue. It will be necessary for governments to increase the official retirement age to 70, or even older, but the governments will make sure that their workers are healthy and able to handle the job even when they get older. This also causes problems for the younger generation. In 2050, they will need to work harder to support the large number of older people. What can be done to prevent these problems?
Firstly, the governments of developed countries shold find ways to encourage larger families, and to increase the birth rate. Secondly they should enourage immigration from developing countries so that the problem of overcrowding can be solved.

Generally very good grammar, and thankfully nice handwriting too. Also, I was unsure about the last date. Was it 2030 or 2050? Please change it to what you meant.

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