Q: specify とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: If online/internet,specify site. if not use N/A とはどういう意味ですか?
A: If you are online select a site. If you are not online select N/A (not available).
Q: specify とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Specify is a different form of the word Specific. When someone asks you to specify something (on a worksheet or in an interview), they're asking you to be more specific/detailed in your answer. Don't just say (for example) where you're from in general, but specify which city and block you live on. Hope that helps!
Q: specify とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Specify = to make more specific, or to explain something more in detail


Q: specify or specifies を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: This should be related to SVA (Subject-Verb Agreement)

specify is plural, and specifies is singular.

My teacher (singular) specifies some exam questions as examples.
The rules (plural) specify that you should not eat in class.
Q: specify を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I need you to specify which dress you want me to wear.
He didn't specify it clearly enough.
What would you like me to specify?
I didn't hear you specify what you wanted.
You should specify which kind of dog it is.
Specify which one you would like, if you have a preference.
Whoa, I didn't even specify that it happened in the United States.
Is it any wonder that the UK government wants to specify where taxpayers' money goes?


Q: specify と emphasis はどう違いますか?
A: To specify (verb)
- (to identify or EXPLAIN something clearly and definitely/in a strict way.)
- Basically... imagine you've written a sentence on paper and choose a word... if you want to "specify" it, you will just explain it in a clear way.
- e.g. "Specify the color and quantity when you order." / "The instructions do not specify what kind of screws to use." / "He didn't specify what he wanted."

To emphasise/emphasize (verb)
- (to impress or highlight importance/value to something.)
- Basically... imagine you've written a sentence on paper and choose a word... if you want to "emphasise" it, you won't need to explain it, you will just take a highlighter and highlight it so that it stands out.
- e.g. "Try to emphasize your main idea so that readers will always know what your opinion is." / "He spoke louder to emphasize his next point in the speech." / "Despite Greta's efforts to emphasize the importance of climate change, many refuse to change their lifestyles."

Emphasis (noun)
- (the special importance/value that has been given to something.)
- Basically... it's describing the result of you highlighting that word in the sentence which made it stand out and be more eye-catching and important than the rest.
- e.g. "The school had an emphasis on collaborative learning." / "There was an emphasis on the importance of full cost recovery." / He placed emphasis on the value of a healthy diet."

Good luck ^_^
Q: specify と urge はどう違いますか?
A: Specify is to make something clearer or more specific.
Ex: Could you specify a detail for me?
Urge is to suggest to someone or encourage them to do something
Ex: I urge you to reconsider.
Ex: I urged her to specify the date and time.
Q: to specify him と to identify him と to classify him はどう違いますか?
A: specify: to point out as an individual
identify: to give someone a particular characteristic
classify: to sort into a group
Q: specify と designate と appoint はどう違いますか?
A: In my opinion, appoint usually refers to people ("I appoint you to the job")
Specify is usually items ("please specify the type of tool you wish to use")
While designate could be either person or item ("I have been designated to work on the food"
"I designated this area as my study room.")


Q: specify は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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