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

The meaning of "Working" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a working dinner mean?
A: It’s basically a business meeting that’s being held during dinner. Same with “working breakfast” or “working lunch,” you’re discussing business during the meal.
Q: What does You’re working on programing the Web site, right?Yes, it’s nearly ready. What does nearly mean? mean?
A: nearly means almost and very close.
It is almost ready.
Q: What does (In a working place...)I had to punch back in , or I get docked mean?
A: Still old fashioned but another example of a clock card machine.
Q: What does I’m working up to. mean?
A: It’s easier to understand when you think of it meaning the same as “i’m going to” or “i’m going to do it eventually”

I’m working up to quitting my job.
I’m going to quit my job.
Q: What does perhaps you have your working life ahead of you? mean?
A: Your working life ahead of you means theres a vast amount of time/years to begin your working career. The implication of it is that you still have most of your life ahead of you, and so can do pretty well whatever you wish to do.

Example sentences using "Working"

Q: Please show me example sentences with A) “I’m working out for 30 minutes.”
(,which I think isn’t right)

B) “I was working out for 30 minutes.”
(,which someone nice told me is right)


I just want to know if A) is wrong.

🙏Thanks
.
A: "I'm working out" is present tense, it is unnatural to attach a timeframe to it.

"I'm working out right now" is ok though, because it is a specific time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with blended working.
A: Since working at home during lockdown I have asked my boss about the possibility of blended working when this is all over.

My company offers blended working to all employees.

I tried blended working but I prefer to be in the office as I like the interaction with my colleagues.

Since my son started school I have been working at home in the morning and in the office in the afternoon. This blended working suits my lifestyle.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hard- working.
A: Our employees are hardworking individuals.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I think I'm a hard working person. because~~.
A: I think I am a hard working person because I have an inherent desire to preserve

I think I am a hard working person because I want to deliver the best results possible

I think I am a hard working person because I refuse to give up

I think I am a hard working person because quitting is not in my vocabulary

I think I am a hard working person because I know what it takes to do my best

I think I am a hard working person because I will do whatever needs to be done to proove myself

I think I am a hard working person because I admire the efforts of others and aspire to exceed expectations

I think I am a hard working person because I refuse to disappoint

I think I am a hard working person because I want to be the type of person I admire.

Synonyms of "Working" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it's been awesome working with all of you and it has been awesome working with all of you ?
A: Son lo mismo. Con "it's", solamente combinas las palabras "it has".
Q: What is the difference between I've been busy working or taking care of the baby. and I've been busy working and taking care of the baby. ?
A: @H-oon the first sentence means that you were busy either because of work or the baby, not both. The second sentence means that you were busy both because of work and the baby :)

Eg.
I'll be busy doing my homework or working (you will be doing one of the activities)

I'll be busy doing my homework and working (you will be busy because of doing two things)
:)
Q: What is the difference between hard working and working hard ?
A: Hard-working is used more to describe a person’s character. Working hard describes a person’s actions.

“She is a hard-working student.”
“He has never taken a vacation. I’ve never seen such a hard-working man.”

“I am working hard now so I can relax later.”
“She’s usually lazy, but today she has been working hard.”
Q: What is the difference between my working days and my works days ?
A: "My working days are behind me." (ie: I no longer work.)

"My work days are from Monday to Thursday. I have Friday to Sunday off every weekend."

You do NOT say 'works days'.

Translations of "Working"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "The working process has delayed due to that reason" is it correct?
A: Yes it's correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? maybe I _____ working oug too much and I should spend s little less time at the gym.
what auxiliary verb I can use?? *be* *do* or *have*
A: AM or HAVE BEEN both are OK here
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I’m working for a contraction company
A: not really, but how you said it sounds like "I'm working for condraction company" you needed to say the "a" and for contraction, you need to try bring the "T" out more because it sounded more like a "D"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I love you because of your working face (job attitude)
A: A common phrase to describe that would be "work ethic", the attitude towards a job/completing work.

I love your work ethic/I love you because of your work ethic.

Other questions about "Working"

Q: ​​​​​​I have a good working relationship with my colleagues, but I hardly socialize with them in my free time. does this sound natural?
A: relax and don't put to much effort into the pronountiation also relax your throwth and with just that you can highly improve your pronunciation over all you did amazing
Q: ​​​​I have a good working relationship with my colleagues, but I hardly socialize with them in my free time. does this sound natural?
A: You forgot to say "a"

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Q: ​​I have a good working relationship with my colleagues, but I hardly socialize with them in my free time. does this sound natural?
A: say the G in colleagues more :) pronounce it as the G in good
Q: The working conditions read too good to be true. In the job interview, as I expected, it turned out to be a hyped advertisement. does this sound natural?
A: The working conditions sounded too good to be true. Unsurprisingly, when I went for an interview, it turned out they were.

読んだことでもsoundの方が一般的です。
Q: - How are you?
- Not bad) working late. does this sound natural?
A: Sometimes people leave the "I" out, but usually they say "I'm working late"

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