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

The meaning of "Y" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does would/wouldn't y could/couldn't y como se usan en pasado, presente y futuro mean?
A: Past:
I would've done it.
I wouldn't have done it.
Present:
I would do it.
I wouldn't do it.
Future:
I will do it.
I will not do it.

Same with "could". Just replace "would" with "could".

Q: What does "the perfect prop if you ever need to seem tragic, but s. e. x. y "(it's about pros of smoking ) mean?
A: It means smoking is "a good thing" because it will make you seem cool by making you look tragic and sexy at the same time.
Q: What does y'll ..please explain with example mean?
A: @emygmy: you all

Y'll are amazing.
Y'll need to leave right now.
I'm glad to have y'll here with me.
Q: What does it y para que se usa? mean?
A: Significa "Esto"
Q: What does although y como se utiliza mean?
A: Pensalo como aunque. Lo puedes emplear casi en la misma manera.

Example sentences using "Y"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "are you" y "do you"?.
A: "Are you ...?" es solamente para:

¿Estás ...?

¿Vas a ... ?

¿Eres ...?



"Do you ...?" es para las otras preguntas como..

¿Te gusta ...?

¿Tienes ...?

¿Quieres ...?

etc.


Ejemplos:

¿Vas a la tienda luego? = Are you going to the store later?

¿Quieres 2 perros? = Do you want 2 dogs?

¿Estás enfermo? = Are you sick?

¿Tienes hermanos (hermanos y hermanas)? = Do you have any siblings?



Espero que ahora la entiendas.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Ain't (y que palabras pueden ser reemplazadas por 'ain't').
A: I'm from the southern USA, which is mostly where people say "ain't." It would be used anywhere where you could also say "is not"-- but I would probably avoid saying it because people might think you have bad grammar if you use it (it's not technically a "real" word). "Isn't" it a better choice ☺️
Q: Please show me example sentences with else (y su significado).
A: **How does it work and what does it mean**

"Someone else" can be used in this way: "Would you like someone else to drive you?" Or for example, imagine you walk into a room and see someone, you could ask "Is anyone else in here?"

The word "else" refers to something in addition to another thing or different to another thing.
Q: Please show me example sentences with make believe, make do y let slip .
A: Those ghost stories are just make-believe.

We don't have enough food but will have to make do with what we have.

The birthday gift was supposed to be a secret but the little girl let it slip and told him.
Q: Please show me example sentences with con tell y say.
A: Se use 'tell':

cuando alguien va decir algo a otra persona:

•te voy a decir algo "I'm going to tell you something."

•dime "Tell me."

•hay cualquier cosa que necesitas a decirme? "Is there anything you need to tell me?"

Se use 'say' cuando alguien va decir algo (no necesariamente a otra persona):

•escuchen porque voy a decir algo "Listen because I'm going to say something"
•De que hablas? "What are you saying?"
•Dilo "Say it."

Synonyms of "Y" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between x,y,and z and x,y and z ?
A: In this case there's no difference. Some people use "," before "and" and some don't.

However it can be used to emphasize the last item (z in this case). That's easy in speech. In writing you'd have to make the "and" or the "z" bold or underlined maybe,

For example: "x, y, AND z"
Here you're emphasizing that "z" is also included.
Q: What is the difference between in, on y at and . ?
A: “In” means that it is INSIDE something, for example:
“My phone was IN my backpack.”

“On” means that it is in contact with something, for example:
“The food was ON the bed.”

“At” is saying that it is in a location, for example:
“My cat is at the veterinary right now.”

Hope this helps~!
Q: What is the difference between to brag y to boast and to show off y to be conceited ?
A: Brag & boast are synonyms and refer to verbally “blowing your own trumpet” (darse bombo)

I don't like to brag about my accomplishments. // no me gusta jactarme de mis logros.

I'm too modest to boast.//Soy muy modesto como para alardear.

Show off - presumiendo, mostrar,

I don't know what to make of it. Maybe she did it just to show off // No sé qué pensar. Quizá lo hizo solo para presumir.

Conceited - creído, engreído

Alejandro is so conceited. He never stops talking about himself. // Alejandro es tan creído. Nunca deja de hablar de sí mismo.

You are the most conceited boy I have ever met.//Eres el chico más engreído que he conocido.
Q: What is the difference between do y make, si ambas son hacer and cuando se utiliza ?
A: "make" una cosa, "do" una actividad

Equivalentes:
I am going to make some food (cosa).
I am going to do some cooking (actividad).
Q: What is the difference between can and could y cuando se usa ?

Translations of "Y"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? y ahora tengo sueño!!
A: and now i'm sleepy
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? revisé y no se encuentra aquí
A: I checked and couldn't find it here
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? y pensar que en algun momento fuistes importante para mi
A: @SheylaR: ah ok. Se usa comas cuando se quiera pausar en una oración, entre frases de transiciones / palabras de transiciones y entre dos oraciones dependientes .. pero, creo que la regla es la misma en Español ... pero, honestamente, no estoy segura.

Pero, por ejemplo:

Honestamente (palabra de transición), quiero mejorar mi Inglés.

Honestamente, quiero mejorar mi Inglés.

Honestly, I want to improve my English.

Puedo ir a la tienda (oración dependiente), con o sin el perro (oración dependiente).

Puedo ir a la tienda, con o sin el perro.

I can go to the store, with or without the dog.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? paraíso en inglés y como se pronuncia
A: Paradise
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? y la familia como esta
A: And how is your family? or How is the family?

Other questions about "Y"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce the y they.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce "This", "That", "These" y "Those"?.
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Q: Would you correct following ,y diary?

Today is the thirty-fifth since I started writing this diary.
I participated in my English lesson as usual, and discussed with my teacher about single parent.
I think single parent is hard because he or she takes care of everything, their kids, work, etc. My teacher asked that hoe do I think to employee a nunny. I have a daughter, but I don't want to employee that because I feel it is terrible to entrust my daughter to someone who I don't know. In the first place, there is not culture to employee a nunny in Japan.
Okay, it's time to wrap up this diary entry. Bye;)
A: Today is the thirty-fifth time I have written in my diary. I participated in my English lesson as usual and discussed with my teacher the difficulties of being a single parent. I think being a single parent is hard because he or she takes care of everything. They take care of their kids, work, and other matters. My teacher asked me about employing a nanny. I have a daughter, but I do not want a nanny because I feel terrible entrusting my daughter to someone I don't know. There are not many options in Japan for single parents to employ nannies. Okay, it is time to wrap up my diary entry. Bye!

I was a bit confused about the second last sentence, but I hope that is what you were trying to say. Great job! Keep up the good work!
Q: What does '~y' means in this poem ?

I rise in the dawn, and i kneel and blow
Till the seed of the fire flicker and glow;
And then i must scrub and bake and sweep
Till stars are beginning to blink and peep;
And the young lie long and dream in their bed
Of the matching of ribbons for bosom and head,
"And their ~y goes over in idleness"
And they sigh if the wind but lift a tress;
While i must work because i am old
And the seed of the fire gets feeble and cold.
A: Look I found your poem : As Nathan said it is a mistake, the word missing is "day" And their day goes over in idleness"
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/english_literature/poetryyeats/1yeats_songsubjectrev1.shtml
Q: y is calculated by the following equation, where m is slope.

y = mx Does this sound natural?
A: Your use of "where" is correct.
Just one small error: "where m is THE slope."

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