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  • The meaning of "Write" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. To write something out is to write it down, usually directly after saying it. It's done to help someone understand or remember something. They say "write it out" because you're writing and it drags the process out, since writing takes longer than speaking.

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    2. You can write down your name on a piece of paper write down your address write down your schedule it means to use a writing instrument (pencil or pen) to copy some information onto paper

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    2. It means you can use it as a deduction when you do your taxes.

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    2. It means to write something down, usually lines (as in school punishment) or notes. I think 'Write down' is more common :)

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    2. いや、あなたが書いたことは大丈夫だよ。

  • Example sentences using "Write"

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    2. Wrote is past tense. She wrote a note, he wrote an essay, they wrote a book. Written is the tricky one. I believe it’s a “past participle” and can be used as an adjective or several other ways. That’s why it’s confusing. You need patterns. ADJECTIVE a. escrito We should keep a written record of the decisions made in every meeting. — Deberíamos mantener un récord escrito de las decisiones tomadas en cada reunión. b. por escrito My brother got a written warning from the principal. — Mi hermano recibió un aviso por escrito del director I have written, I have not written, they have written, they have not written, she has written - ? Haber escrito I had written, they had written, she had written , I had not written Books are written, books are not written, letters are written - ? Se escriben Books were written, were not written - ? Se escribieron See https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&channel=ipad_bm&sxsrf=ALeKk026fByHF78QE-tvm09T51qsH1Zg6A%3A1584316538458&ei=esBuXsPKG83usQWFuqDIDQ&q=participio+pasado&oq=participio&gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.0l9j0i203.3861.15099..17861...1.3..0.134.2902.9j19......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i71j35i304i39j0i13j0i7i30j35i39j0i67j0i273j0i20i263.EJl0gRPJnjg PARTICIPIO PASADO

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    2. 1. Can you write down your phone number? 2. The waiter writes down the client’s order. 3. A student is writing down some notes on his textbook.

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    2. Reproduce / put something into writing. "I'm going to write out what we discussed." Write out has the connotation that you already going to write something down that has already been discussed or that needs to be clarified further. If you have trouble understanding what I'm telling you with my mouth, I might say, "No problem. I'll write it out for you."

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    2. The girl wrote a letter to her mom yesterday. The police wrote down a description of the suspect.

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    2. "Do we write down what's on the board?" "Did you write down the shopping list?" "Write down these questions." "After you write this down, don't loose the paper."

  • Synonyms of "Write" and their differences

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    2. Write is present tense. Wrote is past tense.

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    2. write - anything Write down- commandments

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    2. "to write down" has the meaning "to put on paper". You use this when you are writing something that currently doesn't exist on paper for the purpose of having it on paper for later reference. For example, "Let me write down my phone number for you." "Write down your name and address here." "He wrote down all the people's names." "to write" is more simple and general. "to write" can be used pretty much anywhere "to write down" is used, but not the other way around. We don't say "I wrote down a letter to my sister." because you are coming up with the letter's contents as you write. The letter contents do not already exist for you to note. You can think of "to write down" as "noter" in French, whereas "to write" is more simply "écrire".

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    2. "Get down" and "put down" are informal, casual ways to say "write down". "Did you get that name down?" "Yeah, I put it down." "Did you put my name down?" "No, I haven't gotten it down." "Set down" does not have a connection to writing.

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    2. When you "write down," it's like taking a note of it. There is no creative process involved. You can think of it like the difference between 쓰다 and 적다. If you write it down it has a feeling like 적다. I wrote down the telephone number. I wrote down what I needed to buy on a piece of paper. I have trouble remembering things sometimes, so I write them down. "Write out" is not very common in my opinion, but it means "to put into writing" or "to write something fully" like an abbreviation. For example, when someone "writes a song" it means that they come up with the lyrics, the melody, the chord progression, etc. That is, they compose the entire thing. If you "write out" a song it might mean that you are just writing down what the lyrics to the song are. You are putting the lyrics into writing. You could also be writing down a song that you are listening to, etc. Again, "write out" doesn't come up very often. This usage of write out is more common I think: When writing formally, you should avoid contractions and abbreviations and instead write out words fully. There is also "write up" which can mean a few different things. It can be a more informal or colloquial way of saying "write" so you could talk about "writing up an essay on the history of Europe" in a conversation to a friend. This is also used when talking about reports especially. You "write up" a report. (But you can also just write a report). The last use of "write up" is you can write up a *person*. If you write up somebody, this means that they have done something wrong and you are writing a formal report about it. For example, you can get "written up" for speeding by a cop.

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    2. "Write" sounds exactly like "right". You can listen to the pronunciation of "write" on the Oxford Learner's Dictionary. http://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/write?q=write

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  • Other questions about "Write"

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    2. Why did you write me if you didn't expect me to respond? Why would you write me only to not answer when I responded to you?

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    2. That's ok, but your sentence is wrong, not just a more complex construction. If you want to say it like that, it needs to be: If it is possible for you to write in Spanish, maybe I would be able to help you. But, more complex isn't always better when you're learning English--I'm an English teacher haha.

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    2. Try saying this instead "It's all up to you on what to write."

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    2. "I didnt know the answer, so i winged it"

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    2. If we write to each other every now and then, it would be very helpful for the both of us

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