Singularの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Singular」を含む文の意味

Q: Where he got that singular notion I just can't think. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Singular notion: one idea or concept. It can also mean that there were many concepts but he only chose ONE( singular) to focus on.

Reworded sentence:
I just dont know where he got that one idea from.
I just dont know where he got that concept to focus on?
Q: "singular" in 475 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Exclusive, only applies to
Q: singular value とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Singular typically means "one". What your phrase is trying to say is that CUNY (University Name) has all these great benefits that as a whole, the meaning just"one" because we are taking about one university it has a great value. Therefore "one" valuable university.
Q: "many" before a singular とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's poetic. It means 'many volumes', 'many poor boys'. I'm not sure, but maybe it emphasises the importance of each individual boy/volume?

「Singular」の使い方・例文

Q: two singular subject and singular verb in a sentence を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: is this correct grammar ?
either shun or kita contact our customers.
Q: singular を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “You”can be a singular or plural noun. “
Q: you (singular) And you (plural) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Some example of you (sigular) are:
"You are very clever"
"You look nice today"

Some examples of you (plural) are:
"You are clever students"
"you should be nicer to each other"
"You two are best friends"

I hope this helps! 😊

「Singular」の類語とその違い

Q: you (singular) と you (plural) はどう違いますか?
A: Si cree que podría no estar claro, puede decirlo, como "all of you" o "the (number) of you". Algunos dialectos del inglés informal tienen palabras especiales para el plural "ustedes" (como "y'all" en el Sur, "you guys" en el Medio Oeste y "yinz" en Pittsburgh).
Q: All + singular noun と All + plural noun はどう違いますか?
A: If I'm understanding the question correctly there is no difference (all does not change forms) however it wouldn't be used either singular nouns very often ( in fact the only examples of it being properly used with a singular noun is with units of time such as month, week, day, etc.)
Examples:
All day
All days
All months
All month
All weeks
All week
All kids
Q: singular nouns と plural nouns はどう違いますか?
A: Singular nouns refer to just one of something, while plural nouns refer to more than one of something, or many of something

Ex.
Singular noun: dog, just one dog
Plural noun: dogs, now you are talking about more than one dog
Q: a と some (I learned that 'a' refers to singular and 'some' refers to plural if so, why she puts 'some' on singular noun, rich Italian-American in this recording?) はどう違いますか?
A: I think it's like “어떤” in “어떤 부자 인 이탈리아 계 미국인.”

“Some” refers to plural. It also refers to something unknown or unspecified:
“He showed me some book.” (It was a book. I don’t know which one—I cannot tell you the title or what it was about.)
“It was just some guy.” (It was a man. I don’t know who he was.)
“We watched some TV show.” (It was a TV show but I don’t know which one.)

So here it means “a person who is Italian-American but I can't tell you more about that person than that.”

「Singular」を翻訳

Q: I know 'each' is followed by 'singular noun', like "each student is beautiful."
(each + singular noun)

but why 'each' is followed by 'plural noun' like, "The kids each chose one piece of candy." and "They each have their own email address." は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It's used after a plural and before a singular
Q: I have learned "each" is singular, but I saw that 'each have their own ...' or 'they each have their own ...' in some texts.
Which is correct, each has or each have? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You can say either one and be completely understood. Native English speakers make a lot of grammar mistakes frequently. If something seems weird, it could be that the speaker is actually saying it incorrectly.

Each (person) has their own.
✅A person has their own.
❎A person have their own.

They (each) have their own.
✅They have their own.
❎They has their own.

Once again, do not worry about this too much because saying "each has" and "each have" will both be understood.
Q: singular y plural は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Singular and plural
Q: singular は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください

「Singular」についての他の質問

Q: I really can’t understand when ‘’you’’ is singular or plural , for example I’m talking to/with my friends and then I ask ‘’ do you like bananas ? ‘’ looking at one of them but probably everyone gonna answer me right ? Or only who I looked at while I was asking a question?
If I made any mistakes feel free to point it out directly .
A: If I am addressing only one friend, I usually say their name to get their attention and let the others know I'm not talking to them directly. For example, I would say "Matt, do you like bananas?"
When I am talking to multiple people at once, I usually say "you all" or "you guys." For example, I would then say "Do you guys like bananas?" (You can say "you guys" to females too)
"You" by itself usually means a singular person to me.
Q: What does mean ‘You were’, ‘you’ just a singular, why may connect a ‘were’ that is a plural?
A: you (sing) and you (plur) are identical in conjugation apart from the reflexive pronouns (yourself vs yourselves)

The ultimate reason is that "you" originally functioned as both the 2nd person plural AND a polite 2nd person singular (identical to the French "vous").

The original 2nd person singular was "thou" but this is no longer used.
"you" is the only 2nd person in modern English.
Q: I thought that the "go by" should be followed by "singular form of transportation means". So, we should say "go by train", "go by car" and "go by plane". However, recently I found the form "go by planes". If this form (plural form) is acceptable, can we say "go by trains" and "go by cars" as well?

Thanks in advance!
A: I think so.

English constantly breaks all it's grammar rules.
Q: How to learn singular / plural?
A: We define uncountable as a group of something that given "normal quantities" you would not be ABLE to count. Example: Salt
Q: Why are English so strict with the singular or the plural of a noun ? I feel just so strange, because sometimes we both know how many they are. Hope someone can give me a pro answer~
A: Remember English is a Indo-European language, it has linguistic similarities with many languages you would never think, from German and Italian to Persian and Hindi. All of these cultures are very different yet we share linguistic traits. Those linguistic traits in some instances shape our communities but in many don't as you can see the 4 examples I gave you are cultures which are completely different. In addition to that the U.S. Is a country of immigrants each following its own unique culture and ways. They all learn English, yet some continue their mother cultures whiles others abandon them. If only language gave us qualities I would learn the language which would give me the qualities which would give me all of the best values as a man, yet mans' values are unique to his heart and to what he does in this world. Words are disappear and are erased with time your actions endure and give you measure as a man.

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