Q: Ellen Ruskin "The Westing Game"
Above her hung the two-dozen framed flower prints.
the two-dozen framed flower prints – what are these? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: that means that there were 24 of these or similar pictures hanging on the wall
Q: Ellen is showing some pictures. could you tell me what each picture is funny https://youtu.be/wR5kzWElPqI とはどういう意味ですか?
A: are you asking what "what is wrong with these pictures" means or why each picture is funny?
Q: when Ellen asked a 5-year-old geography genius how could you tell the map is Chicago? The boy said"cuz I picked!" adorably. Does "pick" mean that he just made a random guess? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "pick" in this sentence means that he randomly chose.
Q: does Ellen smoke weed? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: エレンはマリファナを吸う?
Q: Ellen Degeneres has a sign saying " I stand for equality " on her Instagram. it also says stand up for something on the bottom. what do those mean??? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means she believes that everyone should treat each other as an equal. No one treated unfairly.


Q: Ellen, who I work with, will go to America next month to see her sister. と Ellen, whom I work with, will go to America next month to see her sister. はどう違いますか?
A: the second sentence is grammatically correct but both are okay for conversations


Q: On Ellen DeGeneres show there are parts as “Who's in My Bushes!?", "Thumbsy Clumsy", etc. How do you guys call those small parts of the show in English? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: There's no real word for those. 'Sections' is the best word to use.


Q: I have to go to Sue Ellen's and give her a drawing lesson.

The sentence above is the script.

but I can catch the sound "and give her a".

Does he say it in a short form?

Could you say what he says just like him slowly? The sound is different from I know.
A: I have to go to swelen(I cannot hear this word properly sorry) to give her a drawing lesson.
Q: Where can I watch "the Ellen show" in the internet ?
A: Try Project Free TV, it has many American shows and seasons!
Q: Me watching Ellen Show(When I post with a photo on ins) この表現は自然ですか?
A: The Ellen show / Ellen's show
Depends on you wanna say the name of the show or the show of someone
Q: I like Ellen DeGeneris show. I have a question after wathicg one episode. First of all, please, look this episode https://youtu.be/IW6mxZaezYU?t=3m59s (2 min 30 sec.)

In this short episod Ellen provide possibility to win for all people in audince "12 days of giveaways". I'm Russian, sorry I can't understand what does it mean. Could you explain me?
A: "12 days of giveaways" means that Ellen is giving something away each day for 12 days. 'Twelve Days of Christmas' is a popular story and song, so this was most likely a giveaway done around Christmastime, to honour the day (or just for fun).
Hopefully this makes sense!
Q: Ellen was a painter of birds and of nature, who, for some reason, had withdrawn from all human society. ( from a grammar book, I don't know why written like that. ) この表現は自然ですか?
A: Unnatural, understandable but Ellen was withdrawn from human society or Ellen was introverted are more natural expressions, "who for some reason had withdrawn from all human society" is completely understandable but really unnatural sounding, "who was withdrawn for whatever reason from all society" is a slightly more natural sounding phrasing, hope this is helpful!