Sentenceの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Sentence」を含む文の意味

Q: the sentence on the picture とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Says" in this context is used to mock or call out someone.

Example: A man telling other people to clean up garbage as he throws trash on the floor. He is making a mess while telling everyone else to clean. "Says the person making a mess" could be used as a sassy response.
Q: the last sentence (red) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Here, “to tell’ = to know or to figure out from what you can see

“I can tell that you’re sad”. = I can figure out that you are sad (because of what you look like - maybe you are crying or making a sad face or speaking sadly)

“It’s hard to tell with Alfie, even though he’s such an old friend” = It is hard to figure out what Alfie is really feeling based only on what I can see, even though I have known him for a long time.
Q: based on the full sentence would be each student chose a project or projects based on their own interest. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Based on their own interests means that each student choose a project that they liked or knew about. If you like cars or mountain climbing or manga comics, then you have an interest in those things and your project should be about one of these things. Things that don't interest you, like fish or royal weddings should not be chosen for a project.
Q: (she has spared ) in this sentence “she has spared no trouble to fatten herself,” とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Depending on the context it is probably a joke.

"Spared no trouble" means tried hard to do something.

So the sentence means, "She tried hard to get fat." Because it isn't common to try to get fat, it is likely a joke that means "she made no effort at all to not get fat".
Q: the sentences in the picture(I couldn’t read it) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I think it says, "Lovely sketches, Try to orient all sheets same direction, More of a booklet."

「Sentence」の使い方・例文

Q: 2nd sentence . を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1. Why didn't you manage to finish your work?
2. What caused you to be unable to finish your work?
3. Why weren't you able to finish your work?
Q: Quotes..[sentence]..Unquote. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You can say: She said Quote: " I think you're really smart" Unquote.
Q: which sentence wrong ? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: One of the main reasons for cheating on exams is that sudents are lazy.

They are always happy to cheat on exams.

Another cause is the sense of shame that can result from not cheating.

Also, peer influence is one of the most important things in their lives.

One example of this is if their friends...or copy from somebody.

They don't want to disrupt the relationship...

Parents always want their children to get good jobs.

In my opinion, hard work is really important...
Q: which sentence wrong ? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Well, there are some grammatical mistakes here and there, but I think the most important thing is that you should avoid repeating the words "cheating", "studying" and "students".
"They can get happy" would mean a possibility, right? I think you could use "they may even get happy".
I don't think "notes" can be used instead of "grades", so you could just say "low ones", because you already mentioned the grades before, but I think you could say "they cheat on exams in order to avoid getting low grades, otherwise they could even be ashamed of the ones they got" or sth like this.
I didn't get what you wanted to say by "the parents always check not for their children's future life".
All in all, I think you should try rewriting it paying attention to those mistakes.
It's really good for starters! Keep up!
Q: which sentence wrong ? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "A comparison between my maths teacher and geometry teacher reveals some surprising similarities." Good.

"First, both are logical." This sounds a bit weird. I would prefer to say "First, both think logically" or "First, both are logical people."

"For example my maths teacher, Anil, like solving problems." Use a comma after "For example." And "like solving problems" should be "likes solving problems" or "likes to solve problems."

"Similarly, my geometry teacher, Kaan, is helps solve difficult problems for us." The word "is" is not needed.

"For example of this, if you don't solve maths problem, you can ask the question." You need "an" after "For", like "For an example of this." You can also say "As an example of this." The rest needs a little fixing: "For an example of this, if you can't solve a maths problem, you can ask him for help."

"Both Anil and Kaan helps for you." Try saying instead "Both Anil and Kaan are helpful." or "Both Anil and Kaan are willing to help you."

"Secondly, not only my maths teacher but also my geometry teacher go to gym." The "not only my baths teacher but also my geometry teacher" isn't needed and sounds strange as we already know you're talking about them. You should simply say "Secondly, they both...". Need a "the" before gym. "Secondly, they both go to the gym."

"Anil and Kaan look very much alike." Sounds good.

"Anil is as tall as Kaan." Sounds good.

"They both has a moustache and a beard." The word "both" is plural, so use "have" instead of "has." "They both have a moustache and a beard."

"If your teachers has a really good sense of humour, life becomes joyful." The word "teachers" is plural, so use "have" instead of "has". Next, saying "a really good sense of humour" implies that your teachers collectively have the same sense of humour. If you make it plural, you are saying that they each have their own. Lastly, I would recommend saying "more joyful" instead of "joyful" alone. Here's what I would say overall: "If your teachers have good senses of humour, your life becomes more joyful."

The above fixes your sentences, but it doesn't help the flow of the paragraph. Here's how I would rewrite the entire thing.

A comparison between my maths teacher and geometry teacher reveals some surprising similarities. First, both think logically. For example, my maths teacher, Anil, likes solving problems. Similarly, my geometry teacher, Kaan, helps us solve difficult problems. As an example of this, if you aren't able to solve a maths problem, you can ask him for help. As a result, both Anil and Kaan are quite helpful. Secondly, both of them regularly go to the gym and look very much alike. For example, they are about the same height and each have a moustache and a beard. If your teachers have really good senses of humor, your life becomes more joyful. In conclusion, they are both really good people. Because of this, I feel lucky everyday.

「Sentence」の類語とその違い

Q: sentences と writing と a composition はどう違いますか?
A: Sentences can be counted. You can have three or four sentences. Writing cannot be counted and is a general term for anything that someone has written. A composition is a complete set of sentences (like an essay or a story). The difference between a composition and writing is that a composition one full piece of work whereas as writing could be a half finished, pages and pages of notes, or even just a memo or signature. Hope this helps.
Q: me と I in a sentence はどう違いますか?
A: A tip for "my friend and I/me" would be to remove the "my friend and" portion and see if it sounds natural then.

"[My friend and] me went to the park" (wrong)
"[My friend and] I went to the park" (correct)

"He spoke to [my friend and] me" (correct)
"He spoke to [my friend and] I" (wrong)
Q: I was amazed when I saw the above sentence. と I was amazed when I saw the sentence above. はどう違いますか?
A: Though both are acceptable, I would say that "the sentence above" is more natural and common (and correct). "above" is usually considered a preposition and not an adjective. When writing "the above sentence", the writer is forcing "above" to be an adjective. It works, though the prepositional usage is more common, I believe.
Q: I can regard this sentence is combined "How much" and "do you think it will cost." と I can consider this sentence a combination of "How much" and "do you think it will cost." はどう違いますか?
A: I can regard this sentence is combined "How much" and "do you think it will cost."
- ungrammatical

I can consider this sentence a combination of "How much" and "do you think it will cost."
- OK

I think the question involves "regard" vs "consider"
It's just that "regard" sounds better than "consider".
Q: the first sentence in 128 と 129 はどう違いますか?
A: "You're a dick" means that you're unnecessarily mean, crude, or cruel.

"You're a pussy" means that you're weak or cowardly.

「Sentence」を翻訳

Q: is this sentence correct? How to get that better, in the case? “I have hiked this day, so I'm very feeble” は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Yes, another good example.
Q: i’m confused with ‘as’ in this sentence. ‘ this is the desperate question a mother asks her teenage son as she attempts to comprehend his suicide’. in this sentence, is ‘as’ means ‘while she attempts to comprehend his suicide?’ は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It means she is she is asking that question at the same time she is trying to comprehend his suicide. So yes, "while" can also be used in place of "As." It just means she is doing both things simultaneously, or at the same time.
Q: If there are some weird sentences in this textbook, Please find it out.
ls this correct? sounds natural? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Could you please check/find out if there are any weird sentences in this textbook" sounds better if you are asking someone to proofread the book.
Q: How should I say that ‘다행이에요’? and Is this sentence right? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I'm glad
Thank God
I'm relieved
Q: Could you tell me which sentence is correct.
1. If your symptoms persist after 24 hours come back to hospital.
2. If your symptoms persist after 24 hours you need to come back to hospital. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Both are correct.
Sentence 1 is more direct and official sounding.
Sentence 2 is softer perhaps more polite.

You can also say:
If your symptoms persist after 24 hours or get worse, then return to the hospital immediately.

This sentence is more serious sounding.

「Sentence」についての他の質問

Q: I am trying to make up some sentences using the days of the week.
It's for a 7 year old beginner student.
Are these sentences alright?

Let's go to the slide on Monday.
Let's go to the mall on Tuesday.
Let's go to the cafe on Wednesday.
Let's go to the museum on Thursday.
Let's go to the library on Friday.
Let's visit our friends on Saturday.
Let's go to the lake on Sunday.
A: Yes, they sound fine to me, but... If you use "the", the listener should know which cafe/museum/lake/etc. that you are talking about. The other possibility is that if there is only one near you, then it is obvious which one you are talking about.

I know you said they're a beginner, but I wanted to mention that anyway.
Q: 「時代が移り変わる中、自分はその時代に乗り遅れていないか、起こっていることを理解しているか、不安を感じる。」What do you say this sentence in English?
A:

"As the times change, I feel anxious about whether I am behind the times or understand what is happening."
Q: How to combine these sentences into two clear sentences. What correct transitional word should I add in order to combine it?

•There are differences in English performance between boys and girls. •These differences cannot be attributed simply to differences in innate ability.
•If one were to ask the children themselves, they would probably disagree.
A: There are differences in English performance between boys and girls, but these differences cannot be attributed simply to differences in innate ability, and, if one were to ask the children themselves, they would probably disagree.
Q: 1. What does this sentence mean? :
"The speaker was scarcely audible."

2. Does it mean that the speaker have a bad ear?
Or does it mean the speaker speaks little voices?
A: it means that you could barely hear the speaker
Q: What does "going about" in this sentence mean?

I'm not in a position to know about any scholastic papers going about.
A: It means any scholastic papers that are currently being published and read, any scholastic papers that are in circulation among scholars.
I am not sure, but it sounds like a British expression. In the US, we would say "that are going around".

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