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

The meaning of "Vocabulary" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does clocking on and off

It’s a vocabulary pay and conditions. mean?
A: Clock in means to register one's ARRIVAL at work, especially by means of a time clock.

Clock off means to register one's DEPARTURE from work, especially by means of a time clock. (Clock out is used more commonly, unlike “clock off”)
Q: What does some relevant vocabulary for this photo mean?
A: Okay, so 'relevant vocabulary' would mean words (presumably English words) that could be associated with whatever picture was there. As a way of picking up new vocabulary and a method of memorization, I guess. (^-^)

例えば: some relevant vocabulary for your profile photo would be 'sky' (空), 'clouds' (雲), 'tree' (木), 'branches' (枝), and 'leaves' (葉).
Q: What does quitting? that' not in my vocabulary mean?
A: It means 'I will not quit. I will keep trying (to get this thing I want).'
Q: What does One doesn't have to have a huge vocabulary (which you do) to express yourself in another language. mean?
A: one = a person, someone
to have a hugh vocabulary = to know a lot of words
express yourself = to say something or make your feelings known

Example sentences using "Vocabulary"

Q: Please show me example sentences with so that

like this
( I will increase my vocabulary so that I can have an official conversation with you).
A: “I will finish my homework so that I can watch a movie.”

“I will study so that I can get a good score on my test.”

“I want to do well in school so that I can go to a good university.”

“You need to hurry up so that we get to the party on time.”

“I need you to finish your work so that you can help me clean.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with  The most noticeable difference between American and British English is vocabulary.
A: ¿Buscas ejemplos de vocabulario que es diferente entre eeuu y Inglaterra?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Some vocabularies or some slang about movie .
A: Let's go see a movie!

Did you go to the cinema yesterday?

That film we saw last week was really good.

Do you fancy a night at the pictures next week?

Shall we go see a flick on Tuesday night?
Q: Please show me example sentences with i want to learn English but i can't. Because my vocabulary not good.
A: I want to speak in English but the problem is my vocabulary is not so good.
Q: Please show me example sentences with vocabulary on controversial topics.
A: euthenization, abortion, gun-control, the theory of evolution

Synonyms of "Vocabulary" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between vocabulary and vocabulary words ?
A: Vocabulary is the collective set of all the various words or expressions someone knows. So you can say "she has a large vocabulary," meaning that she knows, oh, maybe 3000 words or whatever. It's not countable in most non-specialized situations. In contrast, vocabulary words are countable: "he learned twenty new (vocabulary) words today."
Q: What is the difference between vocabulary and lexicon ?
A: You say lexicon when you want to seem smart/impressive.
Q: What is the difference between vocabulary and dictionary ?
Vocabulary - His Spanish vocabulary has very simple words.
Dictionary - She didn't understand the meaning of 'cat', so she looked it up in the dictionary.
Q: What is the difference between enlarge one's vocabulary and expand one's vocabulary ?
A: Expand seems more common, especially in textbooks. But enlarge is also fine. Some people might laugh, because we mostly use enlarge for physical things. Enlarge the building, enlarge the entrance, enlarge your penis.
Q: What is the difference between I have started to increase my vocabulary with a textbook since yesterday. and I started to increase my vocabulary with a textbook yesterday. ?
A: The second is better. The first is passive voice I think.

But I think "since yesterday" is more Japanese sounding than English. I think we would only use "since ____" to show something more longterm than just yesterday.

Translations of "Vocabulary"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 「"memorize vocabulary" という言い方はしますか? もしするならば、例文をお願いします。」
A: Is it correct to say “memorize vocabulary”?If so, could you provide some example sentences ? だと思います.お役に立てるといいです☺️
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you memorize vocabulary? Can you share your way with me? don't teach me how to say, please just teach me the ways.
A: Many people like to use visual flashcards using websites like duolingo or anki.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want speak English perfect but my vocabulary is not good
A: I want to speak english fluently, but I have vocabulary problems.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I always forgot the vocabulary after a long memory.How should I do for easy way to remember the vacabularyies.
A: Quizlet is absolutely amazing and flashcards are good too.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to learn vocabulary quickly?
A: Read a lot. Learning words in the context in which they are used helps retain them. Also you get exposed to tons of grammar structures when you read, and it helps reinforce them.

Other questions about "Vocabulary"

Q: I still don't have large vocabulary to use in my daily life although I would have been studying English seriously for one year in August Does this sound natural?
A: Change "would" to "will" (For future tense) and you're good.

Here's how I would personally phrase it in conversation:

"I still don't have a large vocabulary, although I will have spent a year studying English seriously as of this August."
Q: How do you remember vocabulary quickly?
A: For me , I just have a tiny little book which I carry with me wherever I go , and when ever I memorize a new vocabulary I write it down in it and at the end of the day I sit down for 15 minutes to look at them . I also have another one that is "subject related ", I write the subject in it (for ex : Work ) and then I write all the vocabularies about work from how to apply for a job to how to quit a job .
And sometime some words just don't want to stick in my mind so I just record myself saying this word in a sentence and I listen to it few times and then I'm all done .
Q: I have to do a vocabulary test on this Saturday Does this sound natural?
A: “I have (to take) a vocabulary test this Saturday.”
Q: How to improve vocabulary?
Is there any easy way to remember words and phrases?
How do native speakers do?
Thank you. : )
A: Read and write a lot. When you learn a new word or phrase, write a story with it.
Q: How should I put it? I should had studied more to accumulate my vocabulary. Does this sound natural?
A: I should HAVE studied more to ENLARGE my vocabulary. This sounds more natural and may be easier to say. Plus accumulate does not really fit in this sentence that is why i changed that.

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