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

The meaning of "Talented" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does She's a talented singer and, lest we forget, a fine musician as well. mean?
A: She's a talented singer, and lest we forget (i.e. to prevent from forgetting), she is a fine musician as well.
The 'fine musician' part is included since it is something people keep forgetting
Q: What does talented minds mean?
A: Clever people
Q: What does give in
(Many talented individuals give in to their greed and pride) mean?
A: it means they let their greed and pride get the best of them
Q: What does talented field mean?
A: Talented field is a branch of study you have strength in. Meaning, you know more about it than anything else. To have knowledge of it.
Q: What does you're talented we sole mean?
A: In "my sole purpose", "sole" means "one" so it translates to "my one purpose".

Example sentences using "Talented"

Q: Please show me example sentences with talented and gifted (what prepositions should I use?).
A: No hay preposición.

She is a talented artist.
Talented people are everywhere in Japan.
She is very talented.

'gifted / talented' are interchangeable in grammar, but IMO 'gifted' sounds more emphatic, more special, more unique.

My sister is a talented author, but Shakespeare was gifted.
Q: Please show me example sentences with talented.
A: He is very talented at soccer

Synonyms of "Talented" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between talented and gifted ?
A: ⭐️ Gifted means someone who is excellent about something without training.
Ex: Mozart is gifted. He didn’t attend any class that teach the student how to play the piano but he can do it as well.
⭐️ Talented means you are good at something WITH a lot of training and attempt.
Ex: Beethoven is talented. That means he practiced a lot to be a proffesional pianist.
Q: What is the difference between talented at and talent for ?
A: "I am talented at swimming"
"I have a talent for swimming"
Just different ways to structure a sentence
Q: What is the difference between he is a talented photographer. and he is such a talented photographer. ?
A: Es lo mismo; la segunda pone más énfasis en eso, es como más exagerada
Q: What is the difference between If you ask me, she is the most talented person . and If you ask me, she were the most talented person. ?
A: In the first one, they are saying that in present time, she is the most talented person, while in the other, they are saying she was the most talented person, meaning past time.

Translations of "Talented"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am a talented young man
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? talented
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm simple and talented guy (with audio)
A: I'm a simple and talented guy.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He is not so much talented as diligent.
Sounds natural?
A: Completely natural!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am a talented singer with lots of fans.
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Other questions about "Talented"

Q: She never worries about getting older,because she’s a strong independent hardworking talented woman in any age of herself. does this sound natural?
A: She never worries about getting older, because she’s a strong, independent, hardworking, talented woman at any age.
Q: I'm least talented at swimming. does this sound natural?
A: I'm not a great swimmer.
I'm not good at swimming.
I can't swim well.
I'm not as talented in swimming as I'd like to be.
I'm not a talented swimmer.
Q: You just have not seen yet, there are so many talented Japanese actors and actresses does this sound natural?
A: Oh sorry I missed the not, you have to use it. It's: you just have not seen them yet
Q: She's very beautiful and talented.
But she's suffering from malicious gossips. does this sound natural?
A: "She's very beautiful and talented but she's suffering from malicious gossip."
Q: I really wish I was that much talented. does this sound natural?
A: I really wish I were that talented. (The subjunctive is used but a lot of English natives make this mistake so don't worry ). Also you can't say "that much talented". You can say "That much talent". So option 1:
"I really wish I were that talented"
Option 2:
"I really wish I had that much talent".
Option 1 is more natural.
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