Q: What is that mean of 'phase?' in this lyric >> ♪Haters don't phase me, got the piece of pie♪ とはどういう意味ですか?
A: This is a common error, the verb should be "faze" and it was written as "phase" because the words sound the same.

"Faze" means something along the lines of "frighten" or "disturb". So, "haters don't faze me" means something like "although the haters are trying to upset me, I don't care".
Q: phased by とはどういう意味ですか?
A: She wasn't affected by...
Q: quite like =|(give me some phases, please) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: “Not quite like” means a little different, not exactly like, almost like but not exactly.
Q: phase とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The project will be done in three phases.

He's in the final phase of treatment now.

The building project marks a new phase in the town's development.

He has been throwing tantrums a lot, but the doctor says it's just a phase.

A calendar based on the phases of the moon.
Q: phase it out とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means forget about it


Q: phase を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He is in his teenage phase.
Crescent moon is a phase of moon.
What are the phases of life cycle of a product?
Q: Could you show me some phases with "whom" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: With whom am I speaking?

To Whom It May Concern,
(the start of a recommendation letter)
Q: phase and face, how to notice their differences of pronunciation? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Phase" is pronounced like "faze" with a "z" sound while "face" is pronounced like "fase" with an "s" sound.
Examples: She's going through a phase.
She has a beautiful face.
Q: phase を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Then it would be something like "Spiders frighten me". You can also use 'petrify' and 'unnerve' instead of 'frighten'. Petrify is a pretty good word considering the feeling you get when some spider touches you. Sorry that I couldn't come up with a phrase having the word 'phase' to construct a sentence which conveys the same meaning. Maybe you should ask some native English speaker. They might be able to help you with this. Also suggest the sentence "Spiders phase me out", when you are asking a native speaker.


Q: I spend that whole phase と I spend that entire phase と can someone explain me which one is the correct and why はどう違いますか?
A: They are both correct and mean the same thing!
Q: phase と period と stage はどう違いますか?
A: Phase → A fast period
Period → A determined time (it starts and ends)
Stage → A time that hasn't a score, just happen, but in sometime will end.
Q: phase と face はどう違いますか?
A: Face has a S sound where the C is. Phase has a Z sound where the S is.

That's English for ya 😁
Q: phase と sentence はどう違いますか?
A: Haha I think you mean ‘phrase’ and sentence.
A sentence is must be grammatically correct and have a subject/verb (“Flowers grow”) or subject/adjective structure. (She is nice.)
A phrase is a part of a sentence. For example: “ There are plenty of kind people in the city, as long as you know where to look.” This is a sentence. A phrase from the sentence would be “know where to look”. Phrase is a little more arbitrary.
Q: I'm on a phase と I'm in a phase はどう違いますか?
A: I'm on a phase - doesn't really make sense.
I'm in a phase - is OK (just)

Better is: I'm going through a phase
Or: It's a phase that I'm going through


Q: “That phased me” What does it mean? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?

To be phased - to be in a confused state. To be, for a short time, uncertain of what is happening, or what your surroundings are.
Q: it was never a phase 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: which phase is correct? "What will they do tomorrow? " or " What do they do tomorrow? " は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "What will they do tomorrow"
Q: phase 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: is there other phase that has the same meaning as "up to you"? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: It's your call.
Do whatever suits you.


Q: this phases sounds natural? please rectify them if are wrong...thank you😁
- the emergency came in the nick of time
- she study not a moment too soon
- he win the fight at last moment
- i finish the test in the last minute
A: 1) The emergency came in in the nick of time. (worse) OR The emergency arrived in the nick of time. (better)
2) (I don't understand)
3) He won the fight at the last moment.
4) I finished the test in the last minute.
Q: this phases sounds natural? please rectify them if are wrong...thank you😁
- my gramps come visit me in the summer
- I buy one onesie for you
- the stairs are new
- one day I will climb the everest
- your must is clean you bathroom
- I m so pumped with the concert of tomorrow
- Don't matter with her she is a doft
- my brother are stuck but i know thathe is innocent
- the bride and the groom going to marry tomorrow
- my dog swallowed one eraser
- you ring is beautiful
- i loved this party but i going away
- the spinning are dangerous
A: On the right track just need to rewrite the past or present tense.
Instead rewrite the sentences as the following
- My grandpa came to visit me in the summer.
- I brought a onesie for you. Or I will buy a onesie for you.
- One day I will climb Mount Everest.
- you must clean you bathroom.
- I'm so pumped for the concert tomorrow! Or the concert tomorrow is getting me so pumped up.
(Pumped word depends on where you are in the United States).
- I'm not sure what you are saying using the word doft.
- My brother is innocent?
(I'm not sure if you trying to say this)
- the bride and groom are going to marry tomorrow.
(You just forgot the word are)
- I love this party but I am leaving. Or I love this party but I have to go.
- it is dangerous to spin on the...(fill in with an object)
Q: what does deep down mean and how can I use it in a phase.
A: It's commonly used when referring to someone's innermost emotions or character.

"She acted angry but deep down she was actually sad."

"He was a troublemaker but deep down he was a good person who cared about others"

It's also used to emphasize deep:
"Deep down in the ground you can find fossils"
Q: He distinguished himself during the first phase of the war.

What does this mean?
A: He did something special or heroic that made him stand out
Q: What do you respond these phases?

How've you been?
What have you been up to?
What's going on?
A: @sallykyoko: with the third one you can't respond with "it's going good" because the question asked "what". You could respond with that if the question was "how is it going?".

The third requires an activity or event (or "nothing")