Q: Madam Malkin was a squat, smiling witch dressed all in mauve. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Madam Malkin= name of a character in Harry Potter

squat= short and a bit fat

Mauve= purple colour

‘Dressed all in mauve’= the clothes she is wearing are all purple
Q: Dear Sir/ Madam, Sorry for late payment. Kindly refer to attached payment details copy for your reference. Remittance Detail, Amount : USD 4,301.00 Date : 22/1/2019 Please, kindly update your records. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: Madam 适合在什么情况使用 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 我们不说了。我们有时候说ma'am。如果另外个人跟你的妈妈或者奶奶一样老,你可以叫她们ma'am为了表示礼貌。比如说,Yes ma'am。
Q: Madam Hooch then showed them how to mount their broomstick "without sliding off the end" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The end refers to the back of the broomstick. The teacher showed them how to hold on to keep from sliding off.


Q: Madam と Ma'am はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same thing. Madame is more formal and ma'am is more casual. Ma'am is also used a lot in the Southern States of the US as a greeing or acknowledgment to a women.
Q: Ma‘am と Madam はどう違いますか?
A: Same thing
The apostrophe ( ‘ ) = ‘d’

We usually say “ma’am”
We don’t say ‘madam’ that much.
Q: Ma'am と Madam
A: There's no real denotative difference, but there are some connotative differences: Calling someone "a madam" (at least in America) means she manages or owns a house of prostitution. ... In the South (southern states in the U.S.), as basic courtesy, we say "ma'am" with greater frequency than most would hear in the North


Q: Madam ,
               Thank you madam , I really    appreciate that , I will be waiting for job openings. Anyway if sometime you need any assistance call me anytime . it will be grate opportunity as working as a volunteering too . は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Here is a formal way to say this, since this is directed towards a “madam”. Yours was nearly perfect.

“Thank you madam, I really appreciate that. I will be waiting for job openings. If you need any assistance call me any time. It will be a great opportunity to volunteer as well.”
Q: Madam me aana chahta hu, me kab aau は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: mam I want to come.when I will be want
Q: Madam, me aapko milna chahta hu, me kab aau
は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: madam. I want to meet you
when will i come.?


Q: Dear Madam,
I'm writing to apply for the holiday job you advertised in the newspaper. I'm twenty-five-year-old student from Russia and at present I am in my third year studying Archeology in Vancouver university. I'm extremely good at knowing items you sells in your shop because I made a coursework on the subject and I'm one of your regular customer. Besides that I have experience of working in selling and service industry. I worked in a gift shop in Russia for 2 years and in a restaurant in Canada for a year so I can deal with patrons.
My term finishes on 5th of July and I'm free until 10th of September so I'll be able to start the work literally tommorow.
I do hope you will be interested in my application. I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.
Yours faithfully,
Andrei Kawinski この表現は自然ですか?

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am writing to you to apply the position , which you have just advertised in the ㅇㅇ News.
I am a twenty-five-year-old student from Russia.
I am currently a third- year -student in Archeology at the Vancouver University.
I have an extensive knowledge in the filed .
I have done a course on it.

I also have 3 years of experience in the serivce industry - I worked in a gift shop as a cashier in Russia for 2 years and I have also worked as a waiter in a restaurant in Canada for a year -
so I have accquired some skills in dealing with a customer.

My semester would end on the 5th of July and I would be available for work until the 10th of September.

Finally , I have enclosed a copy of my C .V . along side with this letter.

Please feel free to contact me , by any means .
Looking forward to hearing from you,

Yours faithfully,

Andrei Kawinski
Q: I'm sorry, Madam, there are no fish left now. この表現は自然ですか?
A: @bstrelkaいい
Q: "Hello, Madam!" the man greeted. ''I'm David Smith. Nice to see you again!"
"Again? You are ...?" Isaac said with confusion.
【''you are... '' or ''Are you... '' ?】 この表現は自然ですか?
A: Again? You are...(trying to remember the name of the person or his profession ex.: you daughter's teacher!) In this case Isaac is not tryng to remember the name because David just said before. You are is when you are sure to know the person but don't remember the name... Are when you don't remeber the person and trying to guess who she/he is.
Q: Madam will take you some coffee, still you are in bed . この表現は自然ですか?
A: @akirabb: She will bring you coffee, while you are still in bed. "Madam" is extremely formal and not used often at all.