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

The meaning of "Tennis" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a tennis player whose concentration and then confidence desert him against a weaker opponent. mean?
A: It means he was intimidated or lost concentration on the game, then because he knew he wasn't "in the game" he lost confidence - when though his opponant wasn't better than him.
Q: What does i'm not much of tennis player mean?
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Q: What does "The old tennis ball and chain" mean?
A: Not sure why they used tennis ball since I don't know the context, but they're referring to "the old ball and chain". Which is a rude way for a man to refer to his girlfriend/wife.

Example sentences using "Tennis"

Q: Please show me example sentences with In tennis matches, the spectators usually shout politely or scream politely?.
A: Shout is better, though I would say cheer instead.

It’s hard to imagine someone shouting politely, and a scream is a loud, high pitched shout, which sounds even less polite to me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tennis.
A: I like to play tennis.

My favorite sport is tennis.

Tennis is a difficult but rewarding sport to play.

Synonyms of "Tennis" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have played tennis since I was eight. and I have been playing tennis since I was eight ?
A: They are almost the same. "Playing" is continuous, implying you are definitely still playing. "Played" is ambiguous, you may still be playing, but you may have stopped some time ago, and are just referring to when you started to play.
Q: What is the difference between Did she also say "Can you tell the Chinese not to teach me how to play tennis"? and Has she also said "Can you tell the Chinese not to teach me how to play tennis"? ?
A: The first one is most likely talking about if she said it recently.
The second one is asking if she has aaid the ever in the past.
Q: What is the difference between I didn't play tennis. and I haven't play tennis ?
A: If you are talking about a particular completed event or period of time:

I didn't play tennis yesterday so I'm playing today.

I didn't play tennis when I was young.

Otherwise:

I haven't played tennis before.

I haven't played tennis on this court before.

I haven't played tennis for two years.
Q: What is the difference between I was played tennis yesterday. and I played tennis yesterday. ?
A: I was played tennis yesterday はちょっと変ですね。
昨日、テニスをしました→I played tennis yesterday.

I am playing tennis →僕はテニスをしています。
Q: What is the difference between I played tennis when I was a high school student. and I used to play tennis when I was a high school student. ?
A: ええ。「I used to play tennis in high school.」もいいですよ。

It is far more common to say "In X school" over "I was a X school student."

You can also say "When I was a high schooler I (played/used to play) tennis."

Translations of "Tennis"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I like to play tennis
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? tennis
A: I would personally call it "four-nis" since it's based on a four-point scoring system, not ten.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He plays tennis, but I never do that.
A: "He plays tennis, but I never do"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tennis court divider called what?
A: The net :)

Other questions about "Tennis"

Q: I can play tennis and swim. I have learned these in gym for 2 years. does this sound natural?
A: You can say: "I can play tennis and swim. I have learned these skills in the gym in 2 years."
Q: I belonged to tennis club. The club always appear on National tournament, so I practiced hard everyday. And I won a prize three years ago.
Two years ago, I studied hard for examination. I especially studied reading in English and history.
Last year, I learned business English for TOEIC. I listened to English and do over-lapping for several hours to improve listening. does this sound natural?
A: I was a member of the tennis club. The club had always participated in national tournaments, so I practiced hard every day. I won a prize in the tournament three years ago.
Two years ago, I studied hard for my exams. I studied especially hard in English and history.
Last year, I took Business English for TOEIC (I'm assuming it's a subject). I listened to English conversations multiple hours a day to improve my listening skills.

I'm not sure what you meant by "overlapping"
Q: He is good at tennis. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural but using "he's good at tennis" sounds even more natural
Q: I found a tennis racket at its cheapest price of 20 dollars in a home center. does this sound natural?
A: I found a tennis racket for only $20 at the home center.
Q: I've played tennis for 1 months before. does this sound natural?
A: I've played tennis for 1 month before.
I've played tennis before for 1 month.

Change your "months" to "month". 1 is singular, so you don't need to add the "s"

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