Parenthesisの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Parenthesis」を含む文の意味

Q: parenthesis とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I think she means he is not actually a part of his life. He is a side note to her life story. I you were to read her biography, there might be information about him in parenthesis(), but not much more.
Q: parenthesis とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Parenthesis is ( )

「Parenthesis」の類語とその違い

Q: parentheses と brakets はどう違いますか?
A: Parentheses are ( )
Brackets are [ ]

Parentheses are used to contain further thoughts or qualifying remarks. They can usually be replaced by commas.
Example: "John and Mike (who are siblings) get along well together."
They are also used to cite quotations in writing.
Example:
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world" (Mahatma Ghandi).

Brackets are used when changing a quote in order to make the sentence flow or if the pronoun is unclear.
For example:
Amy says "I think that traveling is fun." You want to use this as a quote in an essay but it doesn't make sense to use "I." So what you can do is use brackets: Like many people, "[Amy] thinks that traveling is fun."

「Parenthesis」を翻訳

Q: parenthesis は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Please note this is the singular form, the plural form is pronounced differently
Q: parentheses(pronunciation) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: parenthesis は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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「Parenthesis」についての他の質問

Q: Which is correct in each parentheses ?
I'd appriciate it if you could tell me the reason.

The difficulty in teaching Helen her first word, "water", was great (so/that/enough) to test the patience of (any/even/only) the most devoted teacher.

A: The difficulty in teaching Helen her first word, "water", was great (enough) to test the patience of (even) the most devoted teacher.

Ok so this can be a bit hard to explain. In the first one, the word "enough" emphasizes the intensity of the adjective "great." The two other words don't really fit in that sense, because they don't emphasize anything and thus serve no function in the sentence.

In the second one, there is a superlative form, meaning that the phrase "the most devoted teacher" is used to emphasize that it is difficult to teach Helen her first word. If you use the words "only" or "any," it wouldn't make sense because they don't describe the phrase "the most devoted teacher" and thus serve no function in the sentence.

It may be a little bit confusing but I hope this helps 😊
Q: What should be included in parentheses to make this sentence the same?
What should be in parentheses to make this sentence the same?

Which is more natural?
A: “What should be in parentheses to make this sentence the same” is more natural
Q: Which one is more natural, with or without the parentheses?
The entry and (the) exit tasks are said to be located at the first and (the) last levels of the graph respectively. この表現は自然ですか?
A: More Nature without ‘the’ ^_^
Q: How would you describe in parentheses when choosing route 1 to get from A to B?
-Shall we take route 1 because it's the nearest even though once we go out of Y and ( )?
A: Also another note—the route isn’t “nearest” its “shortest”.

Near (and also the word far) is used to describe the distance between two distinct points. The length of something (in this case the route) is long or short, not near or far.

The most natural reading would be:

“Shall we take route 1 because it’s the shortest even though it leaves Y and goes through X”
Q: Which is proper, parentheses or bracket?

"Write the answer for each question in each bracket/parenthesis".

How can I make this sound better?
A: I would use "In the brackets"

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