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

The meaning of "When" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does " He married her when she was 16, she didn’t live to be thirty. "
what does it mean: she didn’t live to be thirty? mean?
A: it sounds like she died before she became 30 years old
Q: What does I'm not should when mean?
A: Could he have said "I'm not sure when but you should be able to see me before I leave" in that case he is saying that he is uncertain about when he can see you.
Q: What does what when mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does “But we were a maybe and never a must when it should have been us.” mean?
A: Hi,
This sounds like a memory of a relationship that the speaker wishes happened but never truly did. The relationship of “us” was always uncertain (maybe) and “it should have” implies some bitter feelings; maybe the person they are speaking about is now in a romantic relationship with another person.

Hope this helped!

Example sentences using "When"

Q: Please show me example sentences with It~~~ when
It~~~~ that.
A: Is this what you are asking for?
Do you want people to show you a list of words that you can put in the blanks?

It sucks when I have to work on a holiday.
It sucks that I have to work today even though it's a holiday.

It is amazing when I don't have to work on a holiday.
It is amazing that I don't have to work today since it's a holiday.

example words for It------when:
It jumps when you hit the table.
It rains when the clouds get too heavy.
It runs away when you chase it.
It sleeps when you put it on it's back.
It sinks when you put it in the water.
It hurts when I bend it.

example words for It------that:
It jumps that way if you hit the table.
It rains that hard in Seattle.
It runs away that fast, because you're chasing it.
It sleeps that way when it feels comfortable and safe with you.
It sinks that fast when you put it in the water.
It hurts that bad because you won't let it heal.

Q: Please show me example sentences with ‎who
what
when
where
why
how
how much

it will be used for the test.
so make the best sentence.
please.
.
A: what is your name
what are you doing
what is your favorite color
what is your favorite school subject
what is that
when does school start
when is the move
when will you come home
when will it rain
where is my car
where are my friends
where do you live
where is the closest hospital
where is your homework
why are you here
why are you sad
why is school hard
why don't we learn about taxes
why is the mitochondria the powerhouse of the cell
how are you
how is your friend?
how about we go see a movie
how does the food taste
how am I gonna do my taxes
how much does steak cost
how much is this shirt
how much is the cost of living
how much is a dog
how much money is it to fill a gas tank.
Q: Please show me example sentences with who
what
when
where
why
how
how much

it will be used for the test.
so make the best sentence.
please..
A: Who wants me to say example sentences?
What kind of sentences do you want?
When do you need these examples by?
Where are these sentences going to be repeated?
Why do we need sample sentences?
How am I doing with examples?
I don’t know how much more of this I can take
Q: Please show me example sentences with 1.No sooner~ than ~
2. Hardly~ when~
3.As soon as ~

.
A: 1. I need the paper work no sooner then tomorrow.
The water pipe needs to be fixed no sooner then this afternoon.
2. I hardly know those people, they are strangers.
I hardly remember when I had soda.

3. As soon as she is done playing the piano, it is your turn.
As soon as the water boils, the soup is ready to eat.
Q: Please show me example sentences with which << when im trying to speak english i dont use 'which'. cos i dont know when to use it.
A: Speaking of which, where is John?

Which star are you from?

Which do you prefer? the blue or black one?

Here's a map, which I believe can help you in your journey.

Synonyms of "When" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between She asked me to tell her when he came back. and She asked me to tell her when he comes back ?
A: "She asked me to tell her when he came back" implies he is already back and she wants to know what time he came back. "She asked me to tell her when he comes back" implies he has not come back yet and she wants to be notified when he does.
Q: What is the difference between You will recognize her when you see her.She will wear a yellow hat. and You will recognize her when you see her. She will be wearing a yellow hat. ?
A: There’s no difference in the meaning between the two, but, “You will recognize her when you see her because she will be wearing a yellow hat.” Sounds most natural!
Q: What is the difference between I worry about her when she's OUT SOMEWHERE. and I worry about her when she GOES OUT. ?
A: I feel like in the first sentence her location is unknown while in the second sentence the peeson speaking has an (at the very least slight) idea of where she is.
Q: What is the difference between Yeah when I got home and Yeah when I get home ?
A: "got" is past tense and "get" is future tense.

"When I got home, there was a strange smell in the kitchen."

"When I get home, I will do my laundry and then give you a call!"

Hope that helped.

Translations of "When"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 髪に跡がついた when I keep it in place with a hairpin.
A: I think so, but I'm not sure. I haven't seen the phrase very much, so I don't know how it's used very well 😅
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please tell me which one is correct “hardly did I saw her when I fell in love with her”;“hardly when I saw her did I fell in love with her”. Do they express the same meaning?
A: Hardly had I seen her when I fell in love with her.

With "hardly", you need the perfect tense (had seen).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? //

나는 카페가면 밀크티를 마신다.
when I go to cafe, I usually drink milk tea.

나는 그때부터 밀크티를 좋아하게 되었다.
I got to like drinking milk tea from then on.

Is it natural?

//
A: When I go to the café , I usually drink milk tea. I like drinking milk tea from then on :)

That is more natural ^^
sorry I don't speak Korean though!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ただいま when i come back home
A: in formal situations, you would probably also say "I'm back", but I'm not entirely sure.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? はやくーー!
when my doughter wants me to do something quickly, what is she suposed to ssy?
A: hurriedly! or quickly!

Other questions about "When"

Q: Be careful while / when driving. It's dangerous to drive while talking on the phone. does this sound natural?
A: It's dangerous to drive while using your phone


It's dangerous to drive while talking on the phone

Also you should say be careful while driving
Q: 私は~で働いています。
I work in(at)~.

と言いたいとき、
when to say

in ~. or at~.

使い方の違いがわかりません。
I don't know the difference in usage.
A: 「I work at〜」は会社か場所の名前と使えます。
たとえば、「I work at Twitter」とか「I work at AEON Mall」と言えます。

「I work in〜」は専門か産業の名前か場所の名前も使えます。
たとえば、「I work in the Nihonbashi COREDO building」とか「I work in computers」と言えます。
Q: I had liked her when I watched /*show's name*/
She was so nice and pretty. She worked so hard every day and practiced her rap.

Are the times used correctly?

I want to you to comment what is wrong here.
does this sound natural?
A: you would say 'practiced her rap' if she practiced one rap over and over again
you would say 'practiced her rapping' if she practiced the art of rapping in general by practicing many raps
I would go with 'practiced her rapping' because that is what people normally say, but I don't know by the context which one you should use.

(by the way, try to remember the double p in rapping. If spelled another way, it can mean something completely different)
Q: I got in 맨붕 when my friend found out about my bad secret.
맨붕 does this sound natural?
A: If you say 맨붕 to US friends, they might not understand what you said.
맨붕 is a natural word in Korean between Korean youngsters, and I actually can't get the point you want to know....
Q: You can say 지루해 when you have to wait something (or someone) longer than you thought, while you can say 심심해 when you are nothing to do. I believe they are similar, but different each other. does this sound natural?
A: You are missing some prepositions.
You can say 지루해 when you have to wait for something (or for someone) longer than you thought, while you can say 심심해 when you have nothing to do. I believe they are similar, but different from each other.

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