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

The meaning of "Tim" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Tim Burton's modern classic has finally made its way onto the stage! mean?
A: Tim Burton’s famous film has been made into a play or a theater performance of some kind
Q: What does Tim never said a single word. mean?
A: Tim never said anything, he never talked.
Q: What does I have, as Tim said mean?
A: "ティムが言ったように、私は..." という意味ですけど、"I have, as Tim said"はちょっとフォーマルな言い方でしょう。
日常会話ということになると、"Like Tim said, I have"の方がいいだと思います。
Q: What does "Tim gets on my nerves. I can't stand people like him." mean?
A: @omi: it means that Tim makes you angry for his attitudes, and you can't be with a person like this

Synonyms of "Tim" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Tim went Camping with other school students and Tim went camping with his class ?
A: The first sentence does not mean that any of the other children were in his class - they could be in other classes or indeed be older or younger. The second specifically mean that at least some of the others are in his class.
Q: What is the difference between a) Tim seems to think about her. and b) Tim seemed to think about her. and c) Tim seems to have thought about her. and d) Tim seemed to have thought about her. ?
A: Thanks for the reply.
Oh, really? High school students are required to tell the difference between them....
I'm glad knowing how Native speakers apprehend these expressions.

Translations of "Tim"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Tim kya Kar Raha ho
A: What are you doing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trái Tim Tan nát
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? có cậu là tớ có tất cả rồi. cậu là cả bầu trời của tớ là ánh nắng làm rực rỡ trái Tim
A: You are everything to me. You are my whole sky and sunshine that brightens up my heart.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Tim Horton
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Other questions about "Tim"

Q: I saw Tim a few days ago.
-> 1. Oh, did you? What's he doing these day?
-> 2. You did? What's he doing these day? Does this sound natural?
A: Both sound natural except for the ending. It should be "What's he doing these days?"
Q: Tim's just gonna hang out with us a while Does this sound natural?
A: perfect but add for a while
Q: Tim struggled with Tom for the audience's attention but they had no success. Does this sound natural?
A: It can. But in that context it looks like they were the only two fighting for attention. So, I thought they were fighting against each other for attention.
Q: Tim always do something wrong with Gina, and then he plays possum. It is a kind of childish, but lovely. Does this sound natural?
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Q: Tim works very hard. He starts at 7-30 and finishes at 8 o`clock in the evening. Does this sound natural?
A: Very natural! I would focus on annunciating the beginning and endings of the words though, if i'm being picky. Here's what I sound like for reference.

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