Q: there's no answer とはどういう意味ですか?
A: or is that unnatural? sorry :(
Q: featured answers とはどういう意味ですか?
A: press the crown button on an answer
Q: featured (as in featured answer) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @b333: When your answer has been featured (to feature an answer, press the crown in the answer you like) means that your answer was most understandable and favored.

I hope I helped! :)
Q: I couldn't answer that one. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It depends on the specific context. In this case, it sounds like she is saying (in a nicer way) that there are too many factors to list, or perhaps the reasons are vague or maybe she left the show because of a dispute and she is nicely dodging the question. If she said, "I can't answer that one." it would carry the nuance that she is refusing to answer the question. By phrasing it this way, she is softening the tone, and the nuance is "I don't know."
Q: Featured answer とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It can mean to be debuted or highlighted or best


Q: Can you explain the correct answer? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
Q: Can you explain the correct answer? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: the correct answer is "will".
1) Do is grammatically incorrect.
2) Can't is grammatically correct but incorrect in context.
Q: Can you explain the correct answer? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: ‘must’
Q: Can you explain the correct answer? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
Q: Can you explain the correct answer. を使った例文を教えて下さい。


Q: answer と reply はどう違いますか?
A: you answer a question
you can reply to any comment someone says to you.
Q: answer と response はどう違いますか?
A: They're pretty much the same thing, depending on how you use it. A response and also be an action. Like "They responded to the spider by running away. But it can also be used as another word for "answer". Both sound natural. Sorry if that was confusing.
Q: answer と respond はどう違いますか?
A: Respond can have another meaning besides "answer".
Though answer is both a noun and verb, there is a noun for respond as well--response.

respond - 反応 react.

The students responded well to the teacher's methods.
Jim got mad when he saw us. I wonder why he responded that way.

◯ Please indicate your answers/responses below. - どちでもOK.
◯ Please answer the question. - 答えなさい
✕ Please respond the question.
◯ Please respond to the question.
"respond to the question" → ようするに「質問に反応する」=「応える」
Q: "Answer my question. I'm not gonna let you go if you don't answer me. と "Answer my question. I'm not gonna let you go until you answer me. はどう違いますか?
A: "I'm not gonna let you go until you answer me?" is not as harsh and has a caring undertone to it since it is coming from a boy to a girl he likes.
Q: Answer my question. I'm not gonna let you go if you don't answer me. と Answer my question. I'm not gonna let you go until you answer me. はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same thing, it's just a different way of phrasing it. I don't know which is the best translation but for the situation I'd say the second one


Q: what is the answer correct? '"what happened to you?' , 'what did happen to you?' or 'what did it happen to you?' and why? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: l think that you can use did to emphasize a question when, 'What, plus a verb' is the subject of the sentence. For example....What caused the accident ? If it is not clear what another person is telling you, you could say: What exactly did cause the accident ? However, I stand to be corrected eventually. What happened to you this morning? What happened to you yesterday, last week, etc. What has happened to you, is something that you can see immediately, and you use this tense ( Present perfect ) for something that started in the past and continues in the present....e.g. What has happened to you since you came back from Italy ? You just haven't been the same since then. This is a reply to the person who posted the question...Alvin 11 from Spain. 😊 Actually, what l wrote about 'What happened to you' and 'What has happened to you'...was to do with the fact that Englishpuppy had pointed out that in fact they are different in use.
Q: Please answer these questions! Can you think of words to fill out the blanks? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: 9. Because
10. Such
11. Other
12. Could/May/Might
13. Despite
14. If/When/Whenever
15. Nothing/Little
16. In
Q: please answer the media は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Present Simple es para hablar acerca de tu rutina ( I take a shower at 7 ) y Present Present Perfect se usa en eventos que empezaron en el pasado y continuan en el presente, tambien para hablar sobre experiencias ( I have worked in a small company for 3 years) Esperp te ayude
Q: good answer は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Good/Great/Nice/Brilliant answer.
Or you could say Spot/Bang on!
Q: the answer to "I'm sorry to hear that." は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @Risa1986: I usually answer with "yeah, thanks for your support." or "Don't worry, it'll be ok." or " The past is the past."


Q: why "although" is the answer? the first and second clauses don't seem to be like the contrast.
A: CEOは優しい人だけど、押しが強くなると、厳格だ


A: Boss, I don’t understand how to do this!
CEO: It’s okay! Let me explain it another way.
B: I don’t want to do this, it’s stupid.
CEO: Get to work before I fire you.
Q: Why the answer of 17. is A instead of B?
What is the difference between these two words?
A: informative = giving people information about a topic
informed = having information about a topic

This informative brochure (= a brochure that gives information) will explain the history of Ellis Island to you.
I took a very informative class (= a class that gave me much information) on woodworking this month, and now I am building a wooden cabinet.

If you read the newspaper every day, you will become informed (= become a person who has information) about politics and economics.
An informed employee (= an employee who has information) told us to wait until next week to buy a TV, because he learned that there will be a big 50% off sale then.
Q: What could possibly be the appropriate answers to “I hope that makes sense.” or “Does that make sense?.”, to express that i understand their points?.
— “That makes a perfect sense.”, maybe??.

Thank you.
A: If someone says “I hope that makes sense”, you could reply by simply saying, “yes, that makes sense” or “yes, I understand”
Q: No.9 why correct answer is “no”?
Why not “none”?
A: You would use no when it is before another word. You use it to describe the milk.

There is no milk.

For none, it takes the place of “no milk”.

For example: is there any milk left? No, there is none left.
Q: Can I change the answer with "What are you wearing?" If it can change, will it be the same?
A: It depends on the context. If it's clear that you mean "what are you wearing to the party", you will be fine.