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

The meaning of "Warn" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm warning you! You'd better back off. mean?
A: It means that the person is telling you to get away from them or stop asking/talking to them. Basically, leave them alone. I'm warning you is a threat. It means that they are likely to do something if you don't 'back off'.

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Q: What does warn mean?
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Q: What does warned mean?
A: To be warned is to be given notice that something may be not be what it seems, to be given knowledge prior to interaction with something.

"If you walk in that room, be warned that it is not a safe place."
Q: What does warn mean?
A: If you warn someone you make sure he's aware of a danger. -> Watch out! The car is out of control! (The person warns someone). Some words with similar meaning: alarm, alert, caution...
Q: What does warn mean?
A: To tell someone not to do it. "I'm warning you, don't put your hand on that stove!"

Example sentences using "Warn"

Q: Please show me example sentences with warned.
A: please take care people are warned to do not enter to the cinema with their own drinks
Q: Please show me example sentences with warns.
A: He was warned not to break the rules.
The police will warn the public of the escaped prisoner at Tuesday's press conference.
This was her first warning, next time she will be arrested.
The mother warns the child not to touch the hot stove.

Synonyms of "Warn" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I warn you and I’m warning you ?
A: if someone said 'i warn you ' they mean they warn you that someone or something may hurt you but if someone says ' I'm warning you ' THEY are warning you that themself will do something to you
Q: What is the difference between warn and cause and alert ?
A: Warn is something you do to give warning or notice. Like implying to a person to stay away from certain things.
Cause is a reason for an action or a condition.
Alert is being watchful when it comes to meeting danger or emergency.

Ex:

“I came to warn you.”
“What is the cause of this accident?”
“Stay alert all the time”
Q: What is the difference between to warn about and to warn of ?
A: Warn of is more formal than warn about. Warn of is used more in fiction writing and warned about more in casual conversation.

He was warned of all the dangers of travelling alone.
He was warned about travelling alone because it can be dangerous.
Q: What is the difference between warn and alert ?
A: Warn is to tell someone that something bad may happen in the future. Alert is a last minute emergency that you have to tell someone about.
"I should warn you that the floor in the other room is wet, be careful not to slip"
"I needed to alert our teacher of the flooding sink in the bathroom"

Translations of "Warn"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? warn
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? warn
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 'warn' and 'walk'
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Other questions about "Warn"

Q: I warned you not fall for her. does this sound natural?
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce who warned you that.
A: I think it should be,
" Who warned you about that ? ".
Q: I warned you sounds like I told you ? or is this completely different?
A: They mean similar things.
Q: He warned me never to go there. does this sound natural?
A: "He warned me to never go there."
A slight difference but it makes more sense

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