Kateの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Kate」を含む文の意味

Q: withdrawing from Kate, the publishers, from any interaction with anyone.

withdrawing from? and Kate is publishers? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Withdraw (물러나다, 숨기다) from Kate,
and from the publishers,
and from any interaction with anyone."

They are all separate things the person is withdrawing from
Q: Kate struck me as perpetually calm, perpetually kind. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Kate seems always calm and always kind.
Q: Kate, who had been brought up on the New York Times

brought up とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Here, it means she was raised in New York. Her guardians took care of her in New York in her childhood.
Q: Kate Beckinsale stunned in a stylish outfit that included a green and black cobra-print face mask during an outing with Goody Grace (not pictured) in Los Angeles

I wonder 'stunned in a stylish outfit' mean is positive or negative meaning? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: “Stunned in a stylish outfit” is positive. It means that her outfit looked so nice, and she wore it so well, that she shocked others (as in, they were stunned/surprised at how good she looked)
Q: you could be my black Kate moss tonight (stronger lyrics ) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @billieliu: This is Kate Moss. She is a famous model.
Kanye is saying the black girl could be his Kate Moss for the night.

「Kate」の使い方・例文

Q: Kate found a carpet whose color she likes very much. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Kate found a carpet in a color she liked very much".
or "Kate found a carpet in a color she very much liked".

Usually "liked very much" and "very much liked" can be used interchangeably and still make sense. :)

「Kate」の類語とその違い

Q: Kate slipped getting off a bus. と Kate slipped as she was getting off a bus. はどう違いますか?
A: In meaning, they are exactly the same.

Kate slipped getting off a bus. -- this is just shorter. This is useful for situations when you do not need the exact details. It is also useful when you need to give a lot of details about something else, so being more brief about this part allows you to move on to the more important things quicker. To focus the detailed information elsewhere, which makes it easier to communicate to other people the parts that are the most important. The more details that you give about something, then the more important you make that thing seem. And the more attention people will pay to that part because the details will make them think about it more.

This means that if you give lots of details about everything that happens, it can feel overwhelming to the listener/reader because they don't know which out of all this information is the most important. So saying some things in less detail, this allows you to be a better host to the listener's attention, to then guide them to the parts that matter more.

Kate slipped as she was getting off a bus. -- this is the same in meaning, but it gives more explicit details about exactly how it happened. It's more precise. This might be useful if knowing exactly how and exactly when she slipped is important. Or if you want to emphasize that this IS the important part of what happened. But it might be too much detail if the important part of the story happened after this, so you only need to know that she slipped getting off the bus (shorter version) as background context as you tell all the details about what happened after that.

So that's why both versions exist and are used. There is no difference in meaning. Just a difference in usefulness, depending on the context of where and why you want to use it. So it gives a nuance of emphasis [detailed/longer version] or de-emphasis [simpler/shorter version]. That's all.
Q: Kate told me all about her new job. と Kate told me everything about her new job. はどう違いますか?
A: Hi! They are pretty much the same, but “kate told me everything about her new job” sounds like she was telling you a lot of things where as “kate told me all about her new job” sounds more casual

Hope that helps!
Q: Kate can't lose her way, for she has come here several times. と Kate can't lose her way, because she has been my home several times はどう違いますか?
A:

Great question!

⭕️ Kate can’t lose her way, because she has been [to] my home several times

There is not much of a difference between both, they are identical in meaning.
The grammar pattern : A ,”for…” B ≒ A, “because(of)” B.

“She won’t lose this fight, [for] she has trained tirelessly for this moment.” ≒ “She won’t lose this fight [because] she has trained tirelessly for this moment.”

“Despite the harsh winter conditions they’ll survive, [for] they have prepared meticulously in advance.” ≒ “Despite the harsh winter conditions they’ll survive [because] they have prepared meticulously in advance.”

“They won’t be closed during the storm, [for] they’ve always been open in the past!” ≒ “They won’t be closed during the storm [because] they’ve always been open in the past!”

I hope this helps! 👍
Q: Kate is in the kitchen to make coffee. と Kate is in the kitchen making coffee. はどう違いますか?
A: The first sentence implies that Kate is going to make coffee whereas the sentence sentence implies that Kate is already making coffee.

Q: Kate wants to work in Italy, so she is learning Italian. と Kate wants to work in Italy, so she learns Italian. はどう違いますか?
A: you can use either

「Kate」を翻訳

Q: I want to do that despite Kate's opinion
(1) I won't tell her despite the opinions of others or
(2) I will make it despite the others' opinions
are they both correct and common or which is right?

は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Neither is correct. I want to do that IN SPITE OF Kate's opinion. That is, Katie is against me doing that.
Q: Kate prefer like studying abroad. or kate would like studying abroad. Which sentence is true? why please describe は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Kate would prefer studying abroad or Kate would like to study abroad are both correct but different meanings though.
prefer: one option than another
would like: a wish/ desire
Q: 1. Kate wasn't at home when I phone. She was at her mother's house.
2. Kate had just got home when I phoned. She had been at her mother's house. は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: 1. Kate wasn't at home when I phoned*. She was at her mother's house.
i. e. I rang Kate's house phone, but she was not there. She was somewhere else (at her mother's house). Therefore, I did not speak to her.

2. Kate had just got home when I phoned. She had been at her mother's house.
i. e. I rang Kate's house phone. She was at her own house, therefore I got to speak to her. Previous to the phone call, she was at her mother's house. After, she returned home. After that, I rang. "Just" means that she returned home very recently. For example, as she walked through the front door, the phone rang.
Q: Kate nie pasuje ten kolor sukienki" は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: ^that answer is wrong. The correct way is: "this colour of dress doesnt suit kate" or "kate doesnt suit this colour of dress"
Q: Kate found a carpet whose color she likes very much. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Kate found a carpet with the color she likes very much.

「Kate」についての他の質問

Q: -Kate doesn't like her university.She doesn't want to studied there.Maybe for Kate it is kid stuff because she believe that life has not been continued この表現は自然ですか?
A: Kate doesn't like her university. She doesn't want to study there. She is acting immature and believes life doesn't continue.
Q: Kate used to don't do it.She has gotten out of hand this month この表現は自然ですか?
A: "Kate didn't do it before, she's gotten out of hand this month" is a better way to say it.
Q: Kate has brought a puppy at home twice.
Is it correct?
A: Kate brought a puppy at home twice.

or if you were talking about two puppies then it should be:

Kate brought two puppies at home.
Q: Kate was exhausted and tired .She already had been slept badly several nights この表現は自然ですか?
A: It sounds pretty ok, and natives would definently understand the meaning. "Kate was exhausted and tired. She had already been sleeping poorly for several nights." sounds better though 😊
Q: Dear Kate :

Good morning!

This is reconfirmation of today's lesson.

I'll be waiting for you this evening as usual.
Please take care, because it's maybe rainy this evening.

See you later.

Sincerely この表現は自然ですか?
A: Sounds natural.

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