Barackの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Barack」の類語とその違い

Q: I believe that Barack does not like Donald.
と I don’t believe that Barack likes Donald. はどう違いますか?
A: Basically nothing. However, it's more natural to native speakers to negate the first verb in a sentence than it is to negate the second, so the second is more common.
Q: I believe that Barack does not like Donald. と I don’t believe that Barack likes Donald. はどう違いますか?
A:

They are essentially the same. They convey the same message.

「Barack」を翻訳

Q: it's fascinated to learn about Barack Obama when he was elected to be the u.s president は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Fascinating
Everything else is correct

「Barack」についての他の質問

Q: Barack Obama is the first African American to be elected President of the USA.
Barack Obama is the first African American being elected President of the USA.

Which one is right?
A: The first one is much more natural if you are speaking in the past tense (As in it happened before you said it) But you should also say "Barack Obama was the first African American to be elected President of the USA." I hope this helps!
Q: 1.... Barack Obama is all talk no action.
2.... Barack Obama is all mouth.
3.... Joe Biden frequently says his new policies that are inconsistent to his words in the past.

hello I am not asking you to agree these three phrases but would like you to check whether the grammar that I used are correct.

maybe 4.... are you a Democrat or Republican? :)
A: 1. is definitely the most common expression.
2. Makes sense too.

3. Needs a bit of work. There are a few different ways to express that idea, but some might be:

Joe Biden frequently proposes policies that contradict his past words and actions. OR
Joe Biden frequently proposes policies that are inconsistent with his past words and actions. OR
Joe Biden frequently makes statements that are inconsistent with his past words and actions.

4. I lean to the left of Democrats but vote for Democrats in major elections because I don't like the general views of the Republican party.
Q: What do you think about Barack Obama, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin?
A: Canadian here.

Barack Obama: pretty beholden to corporate interests. He has a quick wit, and is a fantastic orator. There have been better presidents, but he's in an alright position.

Donald Trump: I'm convinced he's playing a massive joke on the whole world. His positions are so ridiculous that I find it very difficult to believe he's being serious with them.

Vladimir Putin: Dictator of Russia, does dictator of Russia things. He's honestly a pretty transparent guy, in that you can easily predict what he's going to do: further his own interests, and the interests of the people loyal to him.
Q: In 2012 Barack Obama in his speech said " The best is yet to come" Could I know what it means?

A: It means that better things are going to happen in the future.

"My life is great now but the best is yet to come!"

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