Q: Imagine the audience in their underwear. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's an old cliche that people who are nervous about speaking in public should imagine the audience in nothing but their underwear. The idea is that the audience won't seem scary to you if they look silly in your mind.
Q: know your audience とはどういう意味ですか?
A: audience -people/watcher/viewer
Q: for the audience of the story とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: what does she say after "the audience"? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I don't understand anything said after "the audience" either...
Q: and when he gets cross all the audience have to boo とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 「彼が怒る時、観客皆は"booooo"と言わなければなりません」という意味だと思います。


Q: audience, fright, heal を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Audience
- The audience clapped once the play was over.
- They had a very large audience at their play.
- The audience at the show was very excited.
- I was part of the audience.
- The audience was very loud.

- After the scary movie they were filled with fright.
- After walking into the haunted house I was filled with fright.
- The actors were supposed to make the audience filled with fright.

- The doctor helped the patient heal her wounds.
- You put bandages over your wounds to help your body heal.
- She was trying to heal her scrape with medicine and a bandage.
- He wanted to help heal people which is why he became a doctor.
Q: audience を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: audience is someone watching.
example :
1) I was just an audience when my two teachers were fighting
2) there was a huge round of applause from the audience in the conference.
3) Don't get involved. just be the audience.
4) I got an opinion from an audience that my performance was good
Q: who is the intended audience for this book? Is the word Intended adjective or not? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It is an adjective.

It's used in this sentence to describe the target audience for the book, people who would be most interested in the book.

People who cook are the intended audience for a cookbook.


Q: audienceaudiences と Context: The play was produced before large audiences all over the country. But i think i should use ‘audience’ in the sentence above, because i used to use ‘the audience......’ I am confused...... はどう違いますか?
A: 'audience' would mean the crowd/people attending the play ..

whilst 'audiences' here refers to the many ''audience''s (of different: cities or
cultural background/theme of interests/age)

meaning they weren't all at same time at the play.

e.x :
my guitar performance went well and the "audience"
was/were great.
(the audience that attended this one performance.)

my music tour went well and the "audiences" were great.

( i performed through a period of time and on different dates or different locations each couple of days ,and the "audiences" -over almost all performances- seemed to be pleased and inspired)
Q: audiencesaudience はどう違いますか?
A: Audiences is many (2+) Audience is 1
Q: audience と spectator はどう違いますか?
A: Audience 可以是觀眾,也可以是聽眾。
e.g. There are usually more audiences tuning in for our breakfast radio show, compared to the drive you home program in the evening.
e.g. Being around the entire audience who would sing along with me off stage has been the highlight of this tournament.

Spectators 通常是旁觀者。
e.g. This year we received a record number of spectators for the Australia Open grand final tennis match.
e.g. January is the peak month for bird spectators to gather around this lake.
Q: audience と spectator と viewer はどう違いますか?
A: all three are synonyms and can be used interchangably most of the time. However, while it wont be necesarrily wrong to use any of the three in most context, there are times when one is more suitable than the others.

audience is used mostly for people in live events or for specific medias like books, TV, radio listeners.

spectators are usually refering to uninvolved third party members.

viewer is similar to audience but used when the medium is more visual.
Q: In the audience there were five people besides me. と In the audience there were five people beside me. はどう違いますか?
A: Well let's do some definitions here.

"Besides me" is a counter for people (excluding yourself)

"Beside me" is referring to people that are close enough to reach out and touch.

Here's an example with both.

"There were only 5 people besides me on the flight back from Tokyo, however 2 of them were beside me in the same row."


Q: the audience applaused spontaneously.
the audience applaused involuntarily.
what is the difference? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: spontaneous implies that it was random, like there wasn’t a cause. Spontaneous applause would be if it happened in the middle of a performance when there was no reason for applause
Q: How do I have to speak to the audience loudly '/' of this Sentence, "The SDGs are part of UN Resolution 70/1, the 2030 Agenda." は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: we don't pronounce /. It is a way to separate numbers or words to show. one or the other. example: and/or. "do you like apples and/or oranges?" its almost the same as a dash ( - ) which we also don't pronounce. with numbers like 70/1 as said above, we can say " 70 to 1" because its 70 votes to 1 vote. The slash ( / ) is a hard thing to understand sometimes
Q: 私自身も自分の作品のaudienceです。自分の作る作品を私も楽しみにしています。 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: “I’m also part of the audience of my work. I’m also looking forward to (seeing) the (artなど) that I make.”
Q: The audience took a place in the big caste at the hill. Louisa cam with the good mood, and meet employer. Employer’s name is Camilla Traynor she is the handicap’s mouther. After a short talk, she was taken to the job. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: The INTERVIEW took _ place at a big CASTLE on a hill. Louisa SHOWED UP in GOOD SPIRITS and MET HER employer. HER employer's name is Camilla Traynor AND she is the INVALID'S MOther. After a short talk, she was HIRED FOR the job.
Q: For the first she should take an audience with the employer, but in her wardrobe, wasn’t any presentable clothes she could wear, only some strange, funny and colored clothes, so her mother lent to Louise her costume. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Try this:

Before she met with the employer, she had to change her wardrobe, since she didn't have any presentable clothing her mother lent her some clothes.


Q: Overall, I have learned how it is important to think about the audience so that the writing can be not too descriptive but explaining and clarifying the main points.
A: Overall, I have learned how important it is to eliminate superfluous elements in my speech, in order to deliver a clear and persuasive argument for my audience.
Q: Why did the audience laugh at "The proof of that is a great party trick, that admittedly only works at certain parties."?

6 is not prime because it’s 2 x 3.
7 is prime because it’s 1 x 7.
But we can’t break it down into any smaller chunks or as we call them, factors.
Now a few thing you might like you know about prime numbers.
One is not prime.
The proof of that is a great party trick, that admittedly only works at certain parties. (Laughter)

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A: A "party trick" is supposed to be "simple", kind of silly, and make most people go "Okay. That's cool."

If your "party trick" is a formal proof of why the number one is a prime, this is the exact opposite of that: difficult, important, and only mathematicians would think it cool.

So, only a party of math nerds would like it.
Q: Find out about your audience prior to the presentation, in terms of position, gender, knowledge level, and preference.
A: Very natural.
Q: It makes audience special. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It makes the audience special.

Or are you trying to mean:
It makes the audience feel special.
Q: Much audience went mad. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Much of the audience
Many from the audience