Q: Checking Facebook, checking Instagram, eating something out of your fridge.

“Out of “ here means “from” , right?
Can you give me more examples?Thanks for your help. And if you need any help in Chinese, I’m willing to help you out too. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yes! It was located in the fridge and then removed from it.

Take the books out of your bag.
Q: checking other outlets for availability とはどういう意味ですか?
A: for example, the outlet is broken, now you’re checking to find an outlet that is available/working/able to use it
Q: checking out とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In that context, it is when a man looks at a woman in a sexual way. He is deliberately looking at a woman to admire her physical features.

A woman can also check out a man. But in the image you provide as a reference, it is the man that is checking out another woman in front of his girlfriend. In most situations, this will upset the girlfriend. She may feel betrayed or jealous. She may want her boyfriend to only look at HER in a sexual way.

I hope this helped!
Q: it It sounds like you resent him for checking out とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In what context? “It sounds like you resent him” means it appears that you don’t like him or have a grudge against him. “Checking out” is usually figurative for giving up. For example: he checked out=He gave up.
Q: Were you checking me out? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: If someone asks you that, they want to know if you like them. Usually “checking someone out” means that you are starring at somebody because that person caught your attention.
I hope this helps.


Q: You’re better off checking out a review of the cafe と You'd better check out a review of the cafe はどう違いますか?
A: better off implies there is some other course of action that you are comparing your suggestion to. For example if they were calling the café to ask them if their food was good. You might say 'you'd be better off doing...' than what they are currently doing.

You'd better check out a review, means you 'should', it would be better if you did. It's a really strong suggestion to do something.
Q: checking me out と checking me on はどう違いますか?
Q: I was checking in my phone and I found this old picture when I was in school と I was checking my phone and I found this old picture while I was in school と I was checking in my phone and I got this old picture while I was in school はどう違いますか?
A: there is a difference in meaning:
first one means while looking for something in your phone you found a picture of the time you were in school.
Second is you found the picture while looking for something in your phone during school hours.
Last is someone sent you a picture of when you were in school while you were using your phone so it wasn’t in the gallery but somebody sent it to you.
Q: checking in と checking on はどう違いますか?
A: checking in usually means to compleat a registration. so you check in to a hotel.
Checking on is to make Shure everything is doing ok. So you check on your grandmother.
Q: checkingchecking out はどう違いますか?
A: Checking usually refers to a small object that you own/ are in possession e.g. I am checking my phone. Checking out tends to refer to a place that you are visiting for the first time. E.g. I am checking out the new cinema in town do you want to come? Checking out in this case is used in a colloquial way


Q: I like checking toys displaied in capsule machines. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I like to look at the toys in the capsule machines.
Q: We will be checking fitting condition of your seatbelt は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Thank you very much!
Q: checking account は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Checking account"
Q: i don't think that checking a smatphone is better than reading books. However, I'm completely used to using my smartphone on my free time. it's not good for my eyes nor my nerves before sleeping. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: What do you mean? Do you want a corrected version?


Q: Can you mind checking I thought sentence?

I can`t decide whether to bicycle travel or hitchhike. Both travel plan are attractive to me. If I choose hitchhike,I will be able to talk with people in English many times. And, maybe I will be able to trip almost Europe country,where I can`t travel by bicycle. Further, I`m going to avail a couch surfing that I can save money. But, also bicycle travel is attractive to me. It was my dream to travel bicycles in Europe. But probably I will not have much chance to talk with people. So I am worried about my English ability. Which travel do you think is better?

A: I cant decide on whether to travel on bicycle or hitchhike. Both travel plans are attractive to me. If I chose hitchhiking,I would be able to talk to people in english many times,and maybe I will be able to travel almost all Europe,where I cant travel by bicycle. Further on,im going to avail a coach surfer so I can save money. But,also bicycle travelling attracts me. Its my dream to travel bicycles in Europe. But i will probably not have a chance to talk to people. Im worried about my ability to talk English. Which travel do you think is better?

Q: Lately, I've been into checking out photos of interiors online by app. Do you have some recommendation for app? この表現は自然ですか?
A: This is a little more natural
"Lately, I've been into browsing interiors online through various apps. Would you have any recommendations for a good app?"
Q: I haven't been checking messenger and I got 50 messages in 3 months. I can't reply a lot of messages この表現は自然ですか?
A: The first part sounds natural.
"I can't reply to a lot of messages" might be better?
Q: ​​Guys, I'm learning about repeated comparative . Could you help me checking my grammar? It's seem easy, but it's confusing.

1- The longer the couples wait to have children, the smaller these families will be .
2- The less helpful you are, the less required you will be .
3- The more money the woman wins, the more independent she will be .
4- The cuter you are, the more I will love you.
5 - The hotter the weather, the more necessary the AC is .
6- The richer you are, the more tax you pay . Give me your money then I'll pay for you . 😂

1. "The smaller these families will be"
2. "The less required" isn't wrong, but "the less needed" is more natural
3. "The more money the woman wins"
4. "The more I will love you"
5. Correct! But in general its an awkward sentence, not natural, but it is grammatically ok.
6. "Give me your money then I'll pay for you." 😂
Q: Would you mind checking the sentences below?

Can you please check the sentences below to see if there are any spelling mistakes. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Can you please check the sentences below _to see_ if there _are_ any spelling mistakes?

Please A if B = もしBならAして下さい。
Please bring my umbrella if it rains.
Please check the sentences if there are mistakes
"to see if there are" = あるかどうか

Please check to see if there are any snakes in the refrigerator.