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

The meaning of "Wedding" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I pulled myself to the wedding party

Is pulling stoping sth? mean?
A: Oh that's different.

Now it sounds like there was an indescribable force that made him go to the wedding party.

And yes, the person went to the party.

It doesn't mean "stopping" in that sentence.
Q: What does Their wedding was stuffy. mean?
A: Means it was hot and uncomfortable. They didn't enjoy it.
Q: What does "weddings that I attended more than one of I might add" - I don't either get why they need "of" here??? mean?
A: The "of" here is to connect the number "one" to the "weddings." People often say "I went to one of those..." or "I'll take one of these..."

In this case the word order is different. It could also be said like this:

"...weddings, of which I attended more than one..."

Regardless of the word order, the "of" is necessary to connect the quantity to the unit.

There is a case when the "of" can be dropped:

"...weddings, which I attended more than once..."

If you are counting general items ("I went to one wedding"), "of" is not necessary. If you are counting specific items ("I went to one of those weddings"), the "of" is necessary.
Q: What does it won't do to forget to bring the wedding ring mean?
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Q: What does wedding anniversary celebration mean?
A: aniversário de casamento

Example sentences using "Wedding"

Q: Please show me example sentences with if you are going to go to the wedding, I will attend there with you.
if you go to the wedding, I will attend there with you.

which one is more natural?
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A: If you are going to the wedding, I'll attend with you.

or

If you are going to the wedding, I'll go with you.

or

I will go with you to the wedding.

or

I will attend the wedding with you.

[ I gave options with ones that sounded more formal and others that sounded more casual. ]
Q: Please show me example sentences with do you ever go to wedding? .
Q: Please show me example sentences with wedding .
A: I am going to my friends’ wedding on Saturday.
Do you know when the wedding is?
The wedding reception is beautiful.
The bride’s wedding dress is elegant.

Synonyms of "Wedding" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I felt so bad for not going to your wedding. and I felt so bad for not coming to your wedding. ?
A: It is grammatically correct to say “I felt so bad for not going to your wedding” because the destination and time of event is far away. You are also not talking in present tense so you must use “going” instead of “coming” because you are not actually at the wedding.
When saying “come” it often implies you are at the place you are talking about.

Go vs Come
Ex. I go to the store everyday. (You’re not going to the store right now. You are talking generally)
Ex. They are going to the store. (They will go to the store in the future)

Ex. I come to the store everyday. (Here you should be in or near the store if you said this.
Ex. He comes to school late. (Again, you would be at school)
Q: What is the difference between wedding and mariage ?
A: Wedding is a ceremony to celebrate the marriage
Q: What is the difference between wedding and marriage ?
A: marriage = two people joined together as partners
wedding = the church service or party that celebrates the start of a marriage
Q: What is the difference between wedding band and wedding ring ?
A: Hantaa is correct for the most part. A band is a simple metal ring, traditionally worn by the husband, while a wedding ring is more decorative and usually has at least one jewel on it, traditionally worn by a wife.
Q: What is the difference between wedding and reception ?
A: A wedding is the actual ceremony, itself, in which the bride and groom become married.

The reception is the party afterwards, in which everyone celebrates because the bridge and groom are now married. This usually involves singing, dancing, drinking, and eating!

Translations of "Wedding"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when the wedding for ?
A: When is the wedding?

When will the wedding be?

When will the wedding take place? - formal
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I went to wedding ceremony. There were a wide rang of food in buffet but they were untasty. I don't remember anything else because I have interest just buffet.
A: I went to a wedding ceremony. There was a wide range of foods in the buffet, but they weren't very tasty. I don't remember anything else because I was only interested in the buffet.

(ㅋㅋ Usually the buffet is the best part of going to weddings)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Если Наташа не пришлёт мне смс с её почтовым адресом ,я позвоню ей.
П по


Если бы я пошёл на свадьбу, я бы потратил много денег. Correct me if I am wrong: "If I would go to the wedding I would spent a lot of money".
A: If Natasha does not send me an SMS with her postal address, I'll call her.
If I went to a wedding, I would spend a lot of money.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? (marry and wedding )What is different?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? they are numerous an performed at weddings, eadte, when spring comes and when the baby begins to walk
A: What is eadte...?

Other questions about "Wedding"

Q: The wedding reception is in two days. does this sound natural?
A: @hergimerc: Both are great, but starting with "two days..." makes you sound more excited. It sort of implies "Only two more days..."
Q: “Will it be your 21st wedding anniversary? How did you celibrate the 20th anniversary?” does this sound natural?
A: Slightly more natural would be: "Will it be your 21st wedding anniversary? How did you celebrate last year?"
Q: which one is more natural? 1. wedding venue 2. wedding place
A: wedding venue
Q: She got divorced soon. I guess she deserve better than him. Her wedding dress style was big boom at the time. There were many Japanese girl copied her at a coming of age ceremony and wedding ceremony. does this sound natural?
A: Correction: She got divorced very early, I guess she deserved better than him. Her wedding dress style was very popular at the time. There were many Japanese girls that copied her at their coming of age and wedding ceremonies.
Q: Our first married" or "our first wedding" does this sound natural?
A: Ok. "First wedding that my friends and I played at" (I'm guessing you and your friends are musicians)

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