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

The meaning of "Village" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does in the global village mean?
A: The "global village" is the idea that the world is a single community linked by technology.
Q: What does it takes a village to mean?
A: You often hear "it takes a village to raise a child" which implies that the parents, the school, neighbors, and others all contribute to raising the child. Generally, it means that a lot of factors are needed in doing something.
Q: What does When her village was bombed,Karina became a refugee. mean?
A: Karina home was destroyed.
When your home is destroyed and ones travels to a new city, state, province, or country they are known as refugees.
Q: What does It takes a village to raise a child. mean?
A: everyone in a family and circle of friends has an impact on a child's development
Q: What does It takes a village! mean?
A: It means that it takes the work (team work in all respects) to get things done an example would be it takes a village to raise a child meaning (metaphorically) that things can be influenced by many people

Example sentences using "Village"

Q: Please show me example sentences with The village is now very different from( )it was ten years ago..
A: The complete phrase would be

The village is now very different from (how) it was ten years ago
Q: Please show me example sentences with it takes a village .
A: It takes a village to raise a baby.
It takes a village to get through hard times.
Q: Please show me example sentences with village.
A: That village is rumored to be haunted.
Oh, such a nice little village!
I had grown up in a small village on the countryside, so the city was extremely different for me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with village.
A: My grandparents live in a small village.

Only a few people are from that village.

We will pass my village on our way to the city.

Synonyms of "Village" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between village and country/ countryside and hamlet ?
A: Village = a very small town, say several tens of buildings
Hamlet (largely archaic) = smaller than a village - say one to ten buildings
Countryside = the areas outside of towns
Country = a nation
Q: What is the difference between village,town and suburbia ?
A: "town" is a generic term for a settlement, usually a small one, but sometimes used to affectionately refer to a big city.

"village" is usually only used to describe pre-modern towns.

"suburbia" is the area outside a city where middle-class people buy homes. They often go to work in the city during the day and then go back to suburbia at night.
Q: What is the difference between village and town ?
A: Village < Town (number of people)
A village sounds slightly more archaic
Town sounds more modern
Q: What is the difference between village and town ?
A: Village is a very small community, just like 村. Town is just another word for city, but it implies a smallish population.
Q: What is the difference between village and downtown ?
A: a village is usually refered as "the country side", It's usually a small town with nothing but the necesary , in the other hand , the downtown is part of a city , and it mostly consists of houses and buildings where people live, an equal word in spanish would be "suburbios"

Translations of "Village"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎‎Does it sound natural?
The village is in the mountain. On our way to it you will see some cemeteries on the mountains.
A: The village in mountain.on the way to the village (it) you will see some cemeteries on the mountains
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? village
A: village
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? village
A: I am pretty sure it's the same
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? village
A: it's the same in english
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I found a village. The village was abondanted 20 years ago. How do I put these two sentences into one sentence?
A: I found an abandoned, 20-year-old village.

Other questions about "Village"

Q: "Nowadays "the global village" influences our life in a society with for example smartphones and social networks more than we would expect." Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural but is a little difficult to read, very German clause order haha. I would say "Nowadays "the global village" influences our lives more than we would expect, in a society with, for example, smartphones and social networking."
Q: The village mingles its natural resources harmoniously with its leisure sports facilities, appealing to tourists, especially when it begins to get warm. Does this sound natural?
A: The village mingles its natural resources harmoniously with its leisure sports facilities that appeal to tourists, especially when it begins to get warm.

Commas are used to indicate a pause in speech. I'll give you an example of when to use it.

"Appealing to tourists, the leisure sports facilities are especially nice when it starts getting warm"

Or it's used to pause when adding a detail then continuing the sentence

"My mom, who loves to cook, is a great woman"
Q: The village also grows a variety of organic farm produce such as Korean leek and rice, allowing tourists to experience farming throughout the year. Does this sound natural?
A: @deris79: I would leave out "farm" and just say "organic produce". It is implied that produce comes from a farm, especially since the sentence goes on to say tourists are experiencing farming, so saying "farm produce" is redundant.
Q: A village was distinguishable / recognisable / seen at 1 km distance ahead. Does this sound natural?
A: It's pretty good- I think the best way to say this would be

"The village was visible at a distance of 1km away."
Q: "It takes a village..." What does that mean?
A: The full saying is "It takes a village to raise a child".

It is a proverb which expresses the belief that it takes an entire community to raise a child. A child has the best ability to become healthy adults if the entire community takes an active role in contributing to the rearing of the child.

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