Q: As a teenager, he struggled with academics. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means he had trouble in school when he was a teenager.

Academics = school

The trouble can be wide ranging - from difficulty in paying attention in class,
difficulty studying and understanding the material, difficulty taking tests.

The troubles can also be social - some students are bullied, have difficulty getting help and attention from the teacher, have trouble getting along with their peers.
These problems usually impact the student’s performance in school.
Q: Many teenagers think adults wear unimaginative, STUFFY clothing とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Stuffy is an adjective meaning adhering to conventional standards, outdated standards; and furthermore, teenagers believe they themselves define current standards, which have always evolved away from the previous generation's norms. Therefore, stuffy means boring, unexciting, outdated. If you watch movies that are set in the 80's or 90's, you will note that people are wearing clothing styles that are no longer popular today. Today's teenagers would call those clothing styles “stuffy”.
Q: Many teenagers think adults wear unimaginative, STUFFY clothing. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: LOL. Teenagers think that adults dress boring.

Stuffy: long shirt sleeves, collar buttoned all the way up, boring colors. Dressed like a professor or librarian.
Q: a strapping teenager とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A STRAPPING teenager means a teen that's big, healthy and strong.
Q: "I'm no less of a teenager." とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that you yourself are a teenager. In general the phrase "Someone is no less of a (.....)" means that they are that exact thing too. For example:

"She lied to me..."
"I'm sorry Bob but...You are no less of a liar"

"He was acting like a 13 year old..."
"Well....He is no less of a teenager"


Q: To lower teenager car accident rates, it is essential that every school _______children about traffic laws.

Which answer should I put in, “teach” or “teaches”? Why? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I would put “teaches” because school is singular.

She (singular) teaches math.
They (plural) teach science.

The man makes pie.
Men make pie.

I hope this helps!
Q: teen and teenager... what is the difference between them? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: thank you!
Q: teenager を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Hello!

A teenager is a youth between the ages of 13 and 19. People in this age range are called ‘teenagers’ because their ages end in the suffix ‘teen’. Before someone is a teenager, they are sometimes called a ‘tween’ or ‘tweenager’. This is a play on words between the words ‘teenager’ and ‘between’, meaning children who are ages 10-12. They are “between” being a child and being a teenager.

Often 19 year olds are not counted as teenagers because 18 is the age of majority in most English-speaking countries.

When a teenager graduates from high school, they are almost always referred to as an adult.

I hope this helps!


Q: teenager と adolescent と juvenile はどう違いますか?
A: teenager = adolescent [less and more formal]
"juvenile" is an adjective used for teenagers or to describe childish or naive adults.
Q: teenagers と teens はどう違いますか?
A: There is no difference. Teens is short for teenagers.
Q: It is important that teenagers get work experience from an early age. と It is important for teenagers to get a job experience early. はどう違いますか?
A: The first one means that they get a job and know what the world is like while the second one means they developed a good work ethic and are responsible
Q: more and more teenagers are using smartphones と more and more teenagers use smartphones はどう違いますか?
A: Well theres not much difference, however present continuous, means that most likely the action is being done at the same time.. So they are using smartphones (now), while simple present, can be used to state facts and things in general, so more and more teenagers use smartphones seems more appropriate if you want to speak in general terms
Q: teenager と adolescent と youngster はどう違いますか?
A: A teenager is used for when someone is age 13 to age 19 as the end of those numbers have a teen in them.


Q: When I was teenager, I'm always having a breakout on my whole face. But suddenly, it disappeared. I'm happy for it, but I'm miss it because It is symbol of youth. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: When I was a teenager (sometimes people say “teen” I was always breaking out on my face (you could also say “having breakouts on my face”) but suddenly/one day it stopped/they disappeared. I’m happy for it, but I miss it because it is a symbol of youth.
Q: I am a teenager は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Of course! How long have you been studying English?
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Q: I think that teenagers should focus more on cultivation of interest and acquisition of knowledge この表現は自然ですか?
A: It makes sense to me. Another way to write this would be: I think that teenagers should focus more on the cultivation of interest and the acquisition of knowledge.
Q: When I was a teenager , I was acting excessively recklessly. この表現は自然ですか?
A: If you use the -ing form of a verb when you are talking about the past, English speakers assume you are creating a context for an event. If nothing else happens, like in your example, it sounds incomplete. Here are a couple sentences using the -ing form naturally: "When I was a teenager, I was acting excessively reckless and my father yelled at me." "I was acting very reckless because I thought I was invincible."
Q: I’m a teenager who’s too kind to be in this cruelness 
I’m a teenager who’s trying to find the happiness 
I’m a teenager who’s asking how to find once a way in such a confusion? 
I’m a teenager who’s so ashamed to be in this generation.
I’m a teenager who’s in every mother’s cautionary tale.
I’m a teenager who’s didn’t give up on fail.
I’m a teenager who’s wondering why everything running for nothing?
I’m a teenager who’s wondering why the nothing is something?
I’m a teenager who’s her tears dried too early.
I’m a teenager who’s too beautiful to be in this ugly society. この表現は自然ですか?
A: oh! brilliant! awesome! fantastic! epic! stupendous! hat's off!
well done. 👏👏
actually painting/sketch is also very nice.👌 you painted? 😳
Q: What do teenagers do during the vacation ?
A: Go to the beach, music events, go to parties, travel or visit the city. Some at least do or just hang out with friends.
Q: When I was a teenager, I had passion very much.
But the current me (The me of today?) can't get hot like that even against my hobby この表現は自然ですか?
A: -今の私/現在の私=the current/present me. the way I am now. as I am now.
-when talking about personality, 熱い means "passionate" "enthusiastic" "energetic".
"hot" is used to describe the temperature of something, the weather, or a good-looking/attractive person.

1. As a teenager, I had a lot of enthusiasm/passion. But the current me can't seem to get/become passionate like that again; even if it's for my hobby.
2. I was an enthusiastic teenager, but as I am now I can't seem to become passionate about anything anymore; even if it's for my hobby.

↑ is this what you're trying to say?