Pointの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Point」を含む文の意味

Q: point the way とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Point the way means to indicate the right direction.

"I hope you can point the way."
Q: point a finger とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Point a finger means to accuse somebody.

"Don't point a finger at me!"
Q: point of honour とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's a concern that will affect your personal honour.
Q: point blank とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In this phrase point means decimal point.

Point blank means very close, or no distance at all.
Q: "points" in 729 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is short for:
"It points to the thing you want most" or "The compass points to the thing you want most."

「Point」の使い方・例文

Q: Get to the point を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: - Your joke is too long, get to the point.

- If you don’t get to the point quickly, you’ll sound stupid.

- You’ve been telling your story for ten minutes, get to the point.
Q: There’s no point... を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: @revinneil “there’s no point in going to the party”

this term can be used in a negative tone. usually in a sentence, but possibly in a question
Q: At one point of my life を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: yes, that would be correct.
or you could say
there was one point of my life I had lived in Canada for a year.
Q: prove a point を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “to prove a point” is “to do something to purposefully demonstrate someone else is wrong or incorrect.”

Someone can do anything to prove a point. It depends on the situation. So

"She ate everything on her plate to prove a point" means she ate everything on her plate to show that someone else was wrong (or that she was right). If someone said “You cannot eat all that food!,” she might eat “everything on her plate” to show that she can and the other person is wrong.

Q: fair point を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: This is an expression used when someone makes a reasonable argument

e.g A : The earth is square
B: If it were square wouldn't people fall of the edges?
A: Fair point

「Point」の類語とその違い

Q: point と goal はどう違いますか?
A: @FLtoday: point 可以有很多的意思。ex: that is not the point or 这是不是重点。goal is either a goal in a game such as soccer or hockey. goal can also mean 目票 or 目的。
Q: good point と I agree with you はどう違いますか?
A: good point:
What the person said makes sense. Maybe you agree with them, but maybe you don't.
その人の言ったことが分かるけど賛成するとはかぎりません

I agree with you:
You have the same opinion as the person
その人と同じ意見を持つ時に使います
Q: at some point と sometime はどう違いますか?
A: They mean some time in the future.

I plan on doing this at some point.
I plan on doing this sometime soon.

"At some point" is sounds like the speaker has a better idea of the time (they are imagining a point in time when they will do it), but not always.
"Sometime" is more vague.

They essentially mean the same thing. Don't worry about the difference. : )
Q: He will repeat such points as are discussed in the book と He will repeat the points that are discussed in the book. what is the difference fo the two sentence when you use? はどう違いますか?
A: Yes I will do another sentence with the same grammar to help :)

"Please write down the points from chapter 6 as written in the book."

This means there are points from the book in chapter 6 that you need to write down exactly the same.

"Please write down the points from chapter 6 that are written in the book."

This means that you can write the same points as from the book or you can write it in your own words using the book.

Hope this helps a bit more.
Q: "get one's point across" と "make a point" はどう違いますか?
A: Oh, I see! No, "make a point" on its own is not that aggressive, but it quickly goes in aggressive directions. It's just like "argue" in that way - for example, you can easily make a neutral argument, but then you have terms like "having an argument" and "arguing with" which are hostile.

"to get one's point across" means "to convince with effort" - the person you're explaining to might not understand, or might not want to hear you.

"to make one's point" means "to explain one's argument". It is the less aggressive of the two. If you're saying things like "I'm trying to make my point", you might want to consider "I'm trying to explain myself" as a completely neutral alternative.

"make my point" tends to blame the other person for not understanding, whereas "explain myself" tends to blame you for not explaining correctly.

「Point」を翻訳

Q: Can I say the point in the pic"the lowest point of the palm when it is faced upward"? Please suggest a better expression. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Yes, that sounds exactly right. Well done you!
Q: he would've given himself two points for every one he could hit 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: If there were some strange points in my English, then please point them out. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Casually I'd say

If there's something unnatural with my English, please tell me / point them out
Q: What is the point of this? 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: tapered point of a balloon は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It's called the neck of the balloon.

「Point」についての他の質問

Q: To sum up, there are good points and disadvantages, when the nations are growing. However, we need to think about the solutions to these problems to live longer, yet sometimes we have no choice.

Could you correct this? この表現は自然ですか?
A: Usually when if u say "good points" u would follow with a "bad points" or "advantages" paired with "disadvantages" so that there's a clear comparison. For your second sentence, u used "however" and "yet" in the same sentence which is a little weird because there is contradiction so I suggest u separate the sentence. Maybe u can leave out the "however"
Q: There are some different points between us. この表現は自然ですか?
A: There are some differences between us
Q: If I don't do it you'll shout at me. If I do it you'll shout at me. Then what's a point of doing it if you shout at me in any case?
この表現は自然ですか?
A: ​​If I don't do it, you'll shout at me. If I do it, you'll shout at me. Then what's the point of doing it if you're going to shout at me anyway?
Q: Hello ! I have some points about specific topic and I wanna write them in a form of a paragraph .. is there anyone who could help please?
A: Cyberbullying takes many forms, they are somewhat the same as the regular real-world tactics of the bully but they are all the more sinister because they can be done anonymously. We all know how pernicious gossip can be but in the age of electronic communication that gossip can be amplified and spread around the world in an instant. There may be cultivation of a mob mentality and where the bully is the moderator of an online group then the victim may be completely excluded from that group. A bully may open fake accounts and impersonate the victim in an effort to destroy their relationships and leave them further isolated or they may simply harass by posting endless insulting and derogatory messages anonymously toward the person they are bullying. A person may be stalked where their every move is monitored and followed and commented upon by the bullies, leaving them nowhere to feel secure while online. Flaming is a term taken from the flame wars in the early days of internet message board systems where endless verbal threats of violence and foul language filled pages and pages of a message board, it still goes on today. Then there are the more disturbing aspects where a person is duped into thinking they are chatting to someone they trust, who may have spent a long time developing a relationship with the sole aim of extracting private, personal or embarrassing information with the intention of disclosing it in a effort to cause harm. Finally there is the act of telling someone to take their own lives...”Kill yourself” or “drink bleach” are now memes on the internet. In an age where many people spend so much time online that their 'real' lives are virtual lives these tactics have serious and wide ranging consequences for the victim and the perpetrator.
Q: I'm agree with the point that he makes, nowadays and in this society, people don't have the necessitated to have a relationship that early and it much better to first know more about yourself, your values because that it what will make a relation grow up, at least is that what I believe.
Nowadays there are many young people, there are exception, that are not that mature to have these kind of relationship, however human being feeling will be always being there and anyone can't avoid their feelings.

That's the same with kisses or sex, they are stigmatized and over valued. Romantic stuffs are scientific proved that is a social construction product (I learned it this year in college). If both sides are really agree, if both sides respect each other, where is the problem. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "people don't have the need to have a relationship that early and it's much better to first know about yourself and your values first because that is what will make a mature relationship"

Instead of "mature" you could say "adult" or "grown up" or "healthy, adult".

"many young people, although there are exceptions, are not mature enough to have these kinds of relationships, however natural human feelings will always be there at any age and not everyone can avoid their feelings."

"That's the same with kissing or sex"

"Romantic things like that are scientifically proven to be social constructs"

"If both sides truly agree and respect each other"

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