Q: incentive とはどういう意味ですか?

It is something which gives you a reason to do something.

The incentive of money and status keeps me showing up to my job.

If you need an incentive to get fit, why not consider the fact that you look terrible ?

Q: to offer $100k in incentives とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "k" means thousand. $100k = one hundred thousand dollars.
"Incentives" are benefits you will get after doing something. (Such as insurance, money, healthcare, gifts, support, etc.)

ex. "I don't want to work in New York City, but the company is offering lots of incentives."
ex. "If you vote Democratic, we have some incentives to offer you."
Q: incentive とはどういう意味ですか?
A: And incentive is a reward given to someone for doing well. For instance, a company may give extra vacation for workers who sell a lot of products. The vacation time would be considered an incentive.
Q: incentive competitions とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a way to get 100s of people to help you on your task by offering a prize to whoever has their idea chosen. For example, if Jenny needs a smart person to design something that she isn't smart enough to design, she can set up a competition where smarter people send in their designs and Jenny picks the best design at the end. Jenny uses the designs for her product, and the designer (competition entry) wins the prize that Jenny offers. It was invented by dumb people wanting to get good information for little amounts. Think how many people sent Jenny their hard work for free, and Jenny only paid one person in the end.
Q: incentive scheme とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A scheme is like a plan.
This is a plan to make something more appealing to do.
"We could give people free drinks as an incentive scheme."


Q: incentive を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: A good study technique is to give yourself an incentive for completing tasks.
She was offering a thousand pound reward as incentive.
There was little incentive.
Q: incentive を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Incentive is something that motivates someone to do something.

If your store doesn't have coupons with how high the goods are priced, no one with have the incentive to shop there.

If people think we won't run out of water, they won't have the incentive to save water.


Q: incentives と advantages はどう違いますか?
A: Advantage means you have something to help you that others do not have.

If you play basketball, then being extra tall is an advantage.

If you are a scientist, and you are an actual genius then you have an advantage over the other scientists.

Maybe your english learning friends do not use hi native so you have an advantage in learning.
Q: you are entitled to get incentive. と you are deserved to get incentive はどう違いますか?
A: Then I would say "you deserve to get a bonus" or "you are entitled to a bonus". In English, this could mean you get extra money from your job as a reward for doing really well, for example.
Q: incentive と encourage はどう違いますか?
A: Incentive is a reason for doing something

For Example: buying someone a present, the incentive is to make them happy

Encourage is to persuade someone

For example: if someone is scared, you would encourage them to face their fear

(I hope this is helpful! :) )
Q: incentive と motivation と motive と inducement はどう違いますか?
"I have no motivation to do my homework."
"Why, are you tired?"
"No, it's just that my teacher won't be collecting it."
"I see . So there's no incentive for you to do it basically since it doesn't matter."
"Yep, it's not going to affect my grade."
Incentive suggests a reward or an avoidance of punishment, whereas motivation is more neutral. (At least that's what I think.)
Q: incentive と motivation はどう違いますか?
A: Incentive feels like something that someone gives you, motivation feels like something you want for yourself.
However, they can be the same


Q: What’s the different between incentive,incite and provoke? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Invite and provoke are similar, they both mean to encourage others to do something( usually something bad). Incentive is something you give to another person to persuade them. For example, I give my son money as an incentive to do chores around the house.
Q: incentive は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: take the incentive は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @jeninjenin I don't know the context of the phrase you want, but "take the initiative" might be what you mean. If not, here is the phrase you wanted to hear in English:


Q: "The incentives include special content that help to educate them about digital transformation, and help them communicate what digital transformation to others."

Please let me know what "help them communicate what digital transformation to others" means. Also please let me know whether the above sentence is grammatically correct or not.
A: "help the communicate what digital transformation to others" means to tell or explain in detail what digital transformation is to others.

Also, I suggest to add and "is".
"The incentives include special content that help to educate them about digital transformation, and help them communicate what digital transformation IS to others."
Q: "what a great incentive to get the report finished and out the door."

What does this sentence mean?
Also, I want to know the grammar which is used here.
A: It means "[something] is really motivating me to complete the report and submit it"

I can't really explain the grammar, but I can give you examples:
"What a great time to be alive!" (I am so happy that I live in this time in history)
"What a good reason to get out of that apartment." (That is a very good reason to leave your apartment)
"What a nice day for a round of golf!" (Today is a great day for golf--the weather is nice!)"
"What a good time to buy a new car!" (This is a good time to buy a new car)
Does that help?
Q: You are incentive me to do this tough stuff. この表現は自然ですか?
A: You are incentivizing** me to do this tough stuff.
Q: I am practicing how to use 'incentive, incentivise, disincentive, disincentivised'. Just check and correct my sentences below.

Teachers need to incentivise their students to have more interest for everything which they teach.

Parents should avoid any disincentive for children to try something new.

A bunch of children who had an insatiable curiosity for everything have been disincentivised by adults until they become adults.

It is quite difficult to create good sentence using these words. Please give me some good advice!
A: All are technically correct.

I do think, however, that incentives are usually associated with economical or political issues. For example,

The high costs of electricity should incentivise people to turn lights off more often.

For the contexts of your sentences, I think these sound more natural.

Teachers need to motivate their students to have more interest in everything they have been taught.

Parents should avoid discouraging children to try something new.