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

The meaning of "Ti" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does tis not through envy of the Happy lot , but being too happy in thine happiness
(by John Keats) mean?
A: Don't be jealous of the happiness of others... The second part is a bit hard to understand. He is saying you can be too happy when you feel happiness. I would probably need the whole passage to put it in context.
Q: What does 'tis. When to use this? Why it is 'tis? and what actually 'tis is? mean?
A: 'tis = it's, it is

" 'Tis" is very old fashioned and is almost never used anymore. You see it in poetry and in very old literature.
Q: What does ti amo mean?
A: I love you
Q: What does tis & thus (examples) mean?
A: Some examples are:

- "'tis a beautiful day"
- "Thus he could not enter the building"

I would say they are formal yes but no-one really says "'tis" and as for "thus", people usually just use the word "so" instead but this only applies to some contexts, in other contexts the sentence will just be slightly changed or the word will just be removed I guess, for example, if the sentence was "The bell rang, thus/therefore announcing his victory", this could be changed to "The bell rang, announcing his victory" or "The bell rang which announced his victory"
Q: What does "'tis" and "bitter" and " I'm sick at heart". mean?
A: @Demetri: Thanks a lot! How about " bitter" in that sentence?

Example sentences using "Ti"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ti mulgi pagal ahe.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with just ti give a bit of background infomation
.
A: This is often used when introducing something/someone new to an audience.
Example: This product is called ___. Just to give a bit of background information, it was made in Russia by a university research team in 2016.

Synonyms of "Ti" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ti voglio bene and ti amo ?
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Q: What is the difference between ti'




this is and it's ?
A: This: used when the think you refer to is near from you and people you talk to can see it.
And used when you firstly talk about something. And people you talk to, doesnt know it yet .

But It use when somethinf you talk about is already clear. both you and people you talk to, already know it.
Q: What is the difference between tis and it is ?
A: It means the same thing, but tis is a very outdated word that no one uses anymore. English speakers always say "it is" or "it's." Hope this helped!
Q: What is the difference between ti voglio bene and ti amo ?
A: ti amo 》I love you
ti voglio bene (con la famiglia) 》 I love you
ti voglio bene (a un amico/a) 》 i really like you
Q: What is the difference between ti and te ?
A: Te is a reflexive pronoun used for reflexive verbs (verbs ending in se), for example "Te gusta la manzana."
Ti can be optional in the sentence it would be used like this "A TI te gusta la manzana."

Translations of "Ti"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a ti solo te cree tu mamá
A: your mother is the only one who believes you
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? atrás de ti
A: I think it is said "behind you" it depends on the context of the sentences and the meaning you want to give
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ti ho preso un regalo
A: i took you a gift
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ti voglio tanto bene
A: i love you so much
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ti voglio bene
A: I love you

Other questions about "Ti"

Q: 発音記号について
Fictitious 架空のもの
fikˈtiSHəs
フィクテ(ィ)シャス
よくアクセントがない発音表記がありますが、例えばこの単語の場合、最初のtiにアクセントが来ますが、アクセント表記は無いのでしょうか。どうやって見分けてますか?
A: fikˈtiSHəs←この表記を見てアクセントが分かるかですか?

アポストロフィで分かります。アポストロフィの直後にくる部分にアクセントが置かれます。
Q: I suspect him of lying ti us. Does this sound natural?
A: × I suspect him of lying ti us.
✓ I suspect him of lying to us.

Or, in present tense: I suspect he is lying to us.
Q: What is ['tis] in this image?
A: Literary contraction(文学的な短縮形) for "it is"
Q: Since you will be arriving ti the airport quite early tomorrow morning, would it be okay with you to meet at 11:30? That’s the earliest we are able to meet. Does this sound natural?
A: Because of your early arrival at the airport tomorrow morning, would it be okay with you to meet at 11:30? That’s the earliest we would be able to meet.
Q: I'm going ti hut the roof Does this sound natural?
A: oh...hit the ceiling?

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