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

The meaning of "Taiwan" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does we binged 10 more Taiwan eps (≧▽≦). mean?
A: binge watching is when you watch multiple episodes of a television series in a row without taking a break. so this person watched 10 Taiwan episodes very quickly.
Q: What does Introduce one socio-political/cultural/economic condition/trend in modern Taiwan and explore/analyze it. mean?
A: you must states one trend for each category and it's relation to modern Taiwan and then break them down to further explain what it is (which is analyzing/exploring it)
Q: What does I thought you will come Taiwan soon mean?
A: 我以為你很快就會來到台灣

Example sentences using "Taiwan"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to declare that Taiwan's craftsmanship has reached the height of the world's top art market and increased international competitiveness. With the degree of exposure, the purpose of Taiwan's cultural output and cultural diplomacy is achieved..
A: Taiwan is now among the global leaders in quality craftsmanship and art, thus achieving its diplomatic purpose.

Synonyms of "Taiwan" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between But I can’t just go back to Taiwan now because it’d cost me a lot of momey lol and But I can’t just go back to Taiwan now because it’s going to cost me a lot of momey lol ?
A:

It would cost me a lot of money – this is a kind of conditional statement. IF I went back to Taiwan, it would cost me a lot of money.

It's going to cost me a lot of money – this is a direct statement. The journey is going to cost a lot of money.

The first one seems more appropriate because you are giving a reason why you cannot go back to Taiwan. This seems to imply a condition, which implies a conditional situation – therefore, a conditional statement.
Q: What is the difference between I'm leaving for Taiwan. and I'll be leaving for Taiwan. ?
A: I’m leaving for Taiwan right now or in a few hours ! - Present tense

Or

I’ll be leaving for Taiwan tomorrow or next week. - future tense

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Q: What is the difference between I have been travelling to Taiwan for one month. and I have been travelled to Taiwan for one month. which one is correct? ?
A: I have been traveling to Taiwan for one month.
Q: What is the difference between I've once been to Taiwan. and I've been to Taiwan once. ?
A: Actually, although all of these sentences will be understood, only "I've been to Taiwan once" sounds natural to an English speaker.

In English, we usually (although not always) put time or frequency words at the end of a sentence.
Q: What is the difference between in Taiwan and at Taiwan ?
A: "In" means "inside of". "At" means a specific place. So we would not say "At Taiwan." We might say "At Taipei 101." But if you say "In Taipei 101" this would be thought to mean inside of the building, not including the outside.

Translations of "Taiwan"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you think Taiwan?
A: What do you think of Taiwan?
What do you think about Taiwan?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I come from Taiwan. My native language is Traditional Chinese, not Simplified Chinese. This app does not have the option of Taiwan can choose, so I had to choose China. Oh, and I will also speak some Cantonese.
A: Everything is correct except instead of “This app does not have the option of Taiwan can choose, so I had to choose China” you should say “This app does not have a Taiwanese option, so I chose China instead.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 誕生日を毎回、海外で迎えられるのはいいね。He talks about his birthday. he was in Taiwan on the last birthday, and is in Germany this year.
A: "It would be nice if I could always spend my birthday abroad"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 誕生日を毎回、海外で迎えられるのはいいね。He talks about his birthday. he was in Taiwan on the last birthday, and is in Germany this year.
A: 誕生日を毎回、海外で迎えられるのはいいね
Example 1: It must be nice to (be able to) celebrate your birthday abroad every year!
Example 2: How nice to (be able to) spend your birthday abroad every year!
("be able to" is optional)

Other questions about "Taiwan"

Q: I eager tell her that I'm going to go back to Taiwan tomorrow, but I can't get hold of her. Does this sound natural?
A: I can get the context but it sounds unnatural to me.

I AM eager TO tell her that I'm going back to Taiwan tomorrow but, I can't get ahold of her.
Q: I’ll go to Taiwan with my friends. Our member is six people. Does this sound natural?
A: Well, if there are six people you should say “our members” as a plural noun. And the verb should be “are” instead of “is”, so you should say, “I’ll go to Taiwan with my friends. Our members are six people.”
Q: if you come to Taiwan must go give it a try Does this sound natural?
A: If you come to Taiwan you must give it a try.

more natural would be:

If you come to Taiwan you have to try ____.
Q: Taiwan's road is very rocky Does this sound natural?
A: Taiwan's roads are very rocky.
Q: Taiwan is located in tropical region, so it would be very hot in every summer. It seldom snows in Taiwan. It only snows once a year, so we can only see snow on the mountains. When it snows, many people would desperately want to see it on the mountains.

Does it sound natural? Can you correct my mistakes?
A: Everything is good except "Taiwan is located in a tropical region, so it would be very hot in the summer." would be better.

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