Q: Facebook is illegal monopoly, more than 40 states and U.S. say in lawsuit. How to understand “ say in lawsuit” are there any example of “ say in something” とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The phrase "say in lawsuit" is saying this is what the contents of the lawsuit are. This is what the lawsuit is about. Another way to phrase it would be "40 states in the US file a lawsuit claiming Facebook is an illegal monopoly."
Q: How to manage your Facebook presence on the go とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Doing something on the go normally means doing it secondarily while doing other things that are receiving the majority of your brainpower.

So it means managing your facebook presence without having to put too much thought or effort into it, while you're going through your normal life or work routine.
Q: Facebook とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a very popular free social networking site
Q: Facebook timeline とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The "timeline" is similar to your personal "homepage" on Facebook. It is all the posts you and your friends make on your Facebook wall.

Facebook "Timeline" = "wall" or "homepage" on Facebook
That copied conversation is interesting!


Q: I want to help me learn English through Facebook or BBM mean? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: in English? I can here
Q: Facebook を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Yesterday in the morning I checked my Facebook, to check the hour of the party of my friend


Q: I haven’t logged on to Facebook と I haven’t logged in to Facebook はどう違いますか?
A: No difference. People use both. (But it would be “into” instead of “in to.”)
Q: I came to know her through Facebook. と I came to know her via Facebook. はどう違いますか?
A: ほぼ同じ意味ですけど、その文脈で'through'はもっと自然と思います。

しかし、'came to know her'よりも'got to know her'はもっとも自然な表現です。
Q: I check my Facebook messages と I view my Facebook messages はどう違いますか?
A: they are the same thing but to sound like an English speaker it is better to say check my Facebook messages
Q: Facebook と The Facebook はどう違いますか?
A: Adding "the" would show there is only one "Facebook," whereas Facebook wouldn't have the same implication.

Having "the" in front of a company is a trite naming convention for many companies in the past (think The warner brothers and such).


Q: お誕生日おめでとう! インスタとかFacebookでたまに見るけどみるみる綺麗になっていってて😍 いつか会えたらいいな〜❤️良い一年を! は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: 女の子へのメッセージ
Happy Birthday! I sometimes see you on Instagram and Facebook, and you have become really beautiful. I hope to meet you in person someday! Have a great year!
Q: 今日はラーメンを食べた。Facebookの投稿によると、一年前の今日も、私はラーメンを食べていた。 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I ate ramen today. According to Facebook, I was eating ramen a year ago today as well.
Q: Facebookは若者もよく使っていますか? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: "Do young people / Does the youth also use Facebook a lot?"
Q: 本当に立派な人はけっして、自分を誇らないです。日本人のFacebook は中身の無いビジネスとか投資詐欺が多く楽しくないです☹️ は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: A truly great person never brags about themself.
A truly great person never demonstrates/feels/shows vanity.

The Facebook accounts of many Japanese people and companies are only window-dressing or are (investment) scams. It's no fun at all.
Q: Facebookの投稿などで「ちょっと昔の話だけど、xx行ったよ」 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "This is old news but I went to xx" is natural


Q: I'm thinking about my Facebook profile.
How do you usually write it?
And,What information are necessary to write that?
someone please give me example.
A: @Akiyama0630: I think most people write some of their interests or hobbies. sometimes a quote from someone. people usually put what school they have gone to. where they have lived. where they work. I just have where I live, where I have lived, where I work, and where I go to school.
Q: "I don't have either Facebook or Twitter"
"I have neither Facebook nor Twitter"
Have they the same meaning?
A: Yes both sentences have the same meaning.
Q: Facebook messenger vs Whatsapp

Which one do u use mostly??
A: Americans usually use Facebook, Google hangouts, or iMessage. Very few use WhatsApp on a regular basis.
Q: Which one is right when I want to say "I have a Facebook account."?
"I'm on Facebook" or "I'm in Facebook"?
A: "I have a Facebook account" is probably the best one, but if you say "I'm on Facebook", people will understand what you mean and it's technically correct, just less common. " I'm in Facebook" is incorrect, as you should use the word '"on" instead of "in". The best one, though, is to just say " I have a Facebook account".
Q: Who can help me and chatting with me in Facebook ?
A: What are you trying to learn