Q: Stirring (n.) in the sentance "there was a stirring in the hallway as Jimmy stepped foward. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: thank you!!
Q: I saw the sentance , like " I was ready to tear in " in this sentance , what does 'tear in ' mean? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: if this is about food it means they were really hungry. Instead of eating normally they would tear into it like a hungry animal


Q: (is this sentance correct?) Lazy autumnal rehearsal in 2007 (I want to say that every participants were lazy at the rehearsal and it was in autumn 2007) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You can say / All the participants in the 2007 Autumn rehearsal were lazy.
Q: sentance は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Sentence not sentance. I should pay attention to what the teacher says during the lesson."
Q: how this sentance say in english? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: How do you say this sentence in English?


Q: Why we write in this sentance :- more easy for THEM - if we speak about a one child ? Is it correct ??

When a young child grows up in the atmosphere where discussion and exchange of views are on a daily basis it is more easy for them to create their own opinion. この表現は自然ですか?
A: There is no gender-optional personal pronoun in the 3rd person singular. There is only he, she, it. If we try to indicate both sexes, we write a very awkward sentence like this:
When a young child grows up in the atmosphere where discussion and exchange of views are on a daily basis, it is easier for him or her (him/her) to form his/her own opinion.
To avoid this, we often use the only gender-optional pronoun that is available in English—the 3rd person plural “they”. The grammar is not correct, but it has become acceptable in informal situations.
Q: Which sentance is right
I have some water.
I have a water

I drink a cup of coffee.
I drink coffee.

A: 1. I have some water.
"Water" is an uncountable noun, so you can't say, "I have a water".

2. I drink a cup of coffee. I drink coffee.
These are both right.
can you check if this sentance is natural?
and please let me know which
sentence is wrong

I want reunification but I don't think the time is right because South Korea is too uninformed about north Korea, the South Korea's perception of North Korea is stuck in the late 90s and young generations don't even know they use the same language. that is how little education there is about reunification.  there are over 300000 North Korean defectors in South Korea right now but people don't know nothing about North Koreans nor do they try to mix with them.

North Koreans have such a good impression of South Korea nowadays, so as soon as we reunify there is no reason not to come down to South Korea, then there will be a serious clash that will create serious economic and cultural issues to the point where Korea could fall.
so I'm against it until people's mindset change first
A: You don't need the "the" in "the south korea's perception of North Korea is stuck in the 90s" " but people don't know nothing about North Koreans" replace nothing with anything. "Until people's mindset change first" replace change with changes
Q: I've been told that if I want to make a sentance with past participale. I must use the auxiliary have + past participale.

ex: I've seen nights full of pain

But several times i saw some sentances without the auxiliary have.

ex I seen nights full of pain.

So now i dont get wich one is proper
A: The second one is wrong.
Q: Can you clarify the yellow highlighted sentance for me. paraphrase it please.
what is the purpose of and at the bigining of the sentance
A: It means that the same or nearly the same air traffic rules are used all over the world.