Q: Consequently more young specialists that have skills in management should be trained とはどういう意味ですか?
A: as a result, [more young specialists with management skills] should be trained
Q: a dental specialist ... is it a job ?? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: if I say ( I am a dental specialist) is it right?
Q: She'd call in specialists from Switzerland before she'd let it be canceled. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: she would want to call for help from Switzerland.
She'd=she would


Q: Special, specially, specialist, specialize を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I think this flower is special, especially that this flower turns red in rainy season. A flower specialist who specializes in studying and discovering different flowers definitely thinks that it is one of the strangest but most unique type of flower.

I used all the words in one paragraph.

Special: extraordinary
Especially: specifically; importantly
Specialist: someone who is an expert
Specialize: expert to one thing like writing, flowers, etc
Q: IT specialist を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I asked the IT specialist to help me fix my computer.
the IT specialist repaired my printer


Q: specialist と therapist はどう違いますか?
A: a specialist is someone who knows/studies a lot about a certain topic/field of work
example: that doctor is a specialist in dentistry
a therapist is someone that is skilled to help people with mental illnesses like bipolar or depression
example: i am meeting a therapist to talk about my anxiety disorder next week
hope this helps :)
Q: He is a specialist on (something). と He is a specialist in (something). はどう違いますか?
A: One specialises ‘in’ a particular field of knowledge . This may be why specialist ‘in’ feels more accurate.

I just googled expert in vs expert on and found this:


If we apply this to specialist which may or may not be correct then:

A specialist ‘in’ that field of knowledge is person who works in that field.

A specialist ‘on’ that field of knowledge is a person who knows lot about that field.

If this is the case, both meanings are probably true for most or all specialists as they both work in the field and have specialist knowledge of the field.
Q: I consulted the specialist. と I consulted WITH the specialist. はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same thing. You don't need "with" because "consulted" implies you met with someone. But it is not incorrect to include it.
Q: specialist と professional はどう違いますか?
A: Strictly speaking, a specialist is a person who is an expert in a particular area of work or study, while a professional is one who is paid for his job. By extension, professional comes to mean a person who does a job requiring a high level of education and/or training, and then a person who has a lot of skill and experience.
Q: specialist と expert はどう違いますか?
A: IMO a specialist "specialize" in something, usually evidenced by his/her certification or years of experience as a professional. It's associated with something technical that is not easy to learn. For example, "He is a specialist in tax planning."

An expert means someone who is good at a certain thing. It's a broader term. You can be an expert in just about anything. You can be an expert in paper cutting, a certain video game, or sweeping the floor, as long as you are good at them. Lol.

A specialist is always an expert in his/her field, but an expert may not be a specialist. You can't call yourself a paper cutting or video gaming specialist unless you make a living out of them.


Q: specialist nurse (uzman hemşire) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: thank you!!
Q: specialist in food making 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: specialist in food-making. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: a chef / a cook


Q: 「私は普通の主婦で母親なので、分かりやすい文章でイベントの告知などが作れます。」

"As I am not a specialist but an ordinary house wife and a mother, so I can make notices with the sentence easy to understand."
A: I'm a normal housewife and a mother, so I can make an event notice of events. "
Q: “Consequently more young specialists that have skills in management should be trained”. Is this sentence built properly?
A: It's very well written. Nice job!
Q: Other specialists say that the important steps were taken only in the last million years or so.

I have a question about the last ‘or so’. What does it mean? I guess it means ‘around in the last million years’ here.
A: Your guess is correct. "X or so" = "around X", "about X", "X give or take a few".
Q: The specialist on psychology recommends that we should detach ourself from our work on day off. この表現は自然ですか?
Q: ​​Ex.1"Some specialists consider that it is better for children to learn a foreign language."
Why is this sentence wrong while the sentence below is right. Ex.2: "I considered that the news was false." I don't understand. They are all consider + that + S.+V.
A: "Some specialists consider that it is better for children to learn a foreign language."

Should be

" Some specialists consider learning a foreign language beneficial to a child's (brain) development "

Grammatically the first sentence is incorrect. The sentence I provided reads more naturally.

"I considered that the news was false"

Is ok but

"I considered the news to be false."
Is more natural as well

I'm unsure of the rules for sentence structure that you have learned. Sorry if I can't explain it in a way that fits the structure.