Q: I got ten in my pocket とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I was taking a look at the song you were probably referring to (War of change, is that it?)and the verse seemed like it was talking about the "weight"(importance) of words to people, so he's saying that even though the person has a locket(a valious, expensive item) his words mean more, have more value that the person's locket. Did you get it? :P Remember, this is my interpretation of it ^^
Q: its ten to two とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @utamayogiswara it can mean both. So you'll have to say if it's AM or PM.
Q: "I should be able to kick in like ten more"


what is mean?

I think it is earn? right? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: They are probably saying they can give you $10 more.

"kick in" in this case is like "contribute" "add" or "give".

A: Oh no i dont have enough money for our lunch
B: I could kick in a few more dollars
A: Awesome, thank you!

if its not about money then maybe they mean they can kick 10 more soccer balls into a goal...
Q: You are usually very patient. Why are you being so unreasonable about waiting ten more minutes. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @chanmaru: you are always patient. Why you don't want to wait 10 minutes?
Q: It is ten thirty in the morning とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's 10.30 a.m.


Q: at least

At least you have lived ten years more , we could meet .
is this correct? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I'm not sure what your sentence means. 'If you had lived at least ten years more, we could have met'?
I can sing at least 5 songs by SMAP.
She looks like she's at least 28 years old.
At least I have chicken.
I want to at least see Ginkakuji when I go to Kyoto.
Q: ten stories below を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Ten stories can either refer to ten "floors" of a building (a building that is ten rooms high), or actually referring to ten pieces of literature.

"He fell ten stories down off of the skyscraper"
"The father read her daughter ten stories before she fell asleep"

are two completely different sentences that utilize the different meanings of ten stories.
Q: can in future tens を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I can work tomorrow.
I will be able to work tomorrow.
You take the car this afternoon.
He will be able to serve the meal at 6:00 pm.
Q: could (past tens of can) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I could have had a piece of cake, but I wasn't hungry

You couldn't go there even if you'd wanted to.

We could go shopping later, it you want. (not sure this is past tense of can)


Q: We've married for ten years. と We've been married for ten years. はどう違いますか?
A: The first one is incorrect. The correct verb is "be married," so only the second sentence is correct.
Q: I can be there in about ten minutes. と I should be there in about ten minutes. はどう違いますか?
A: “I can be there in about ten minutes” implies that while you haven’t actually left yet, you can be there if needed.

“I should be there in about ten minutes”, however, implies you have already left and are on your way to your destination.
Q: I shall have lived here for ten years by next April.  と I will have been here for ten years by next April.  はどう違いますか?
A: Yes, they are interchangeable if you are having a conversation about a living situation. “I will have been here” is more broad, and could be used for school, work, or other things. But if someone had asked “how long have you lived here?” You could absolutely say “I will have been here for 10 years by next April.”
Q: It stretches ten times as far as the distance と It stretches as far as ten times the distance はどう違いますか?
A: "ten times as far" means it will stretch ten times longer than the distance.
"as far as ten times the distance" means it can only stretch up to ten times the distance.
"as far as" means it probably will not stretch further!
Q: I'll call you in ten minutes と I'll call you ten minutes later はどう違いますか?
A: For example, you're talking with you're friend on the phone and it's 12:40. He says "My boss is trying to call me. I'll call you in 10 minutes." He will call you at 12:50.

"I'll call you 10 minutes later." Here's a situation where you might hear it. You and your friend are planning a surprise party for another friend. You might have a conversation like this:
You: When should I bring our friend to their surprise birthday party?
Friend: I'm going to welcome the other guests and then call you 10 minutes later so that they have time to hide behind the couch.

I'll call in 10 minutes=I'll call you 10 minutes from now.
I'll call you 10 minutes later=I'll do something or something will happen and then, the call will be dialed 10 minutes after that.


Q: 1. I study for ten minutes every day.
2. I spend ten minutes studying every day.
Which one is correct and more natural?

Is it okay to use "for+time" in a simple present/past sentence? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Both sound equally natural! :) And yes, it's fine to use "for+time" that way!
Q: ten,turn,Ben,burn,bed,bird,west,worst は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: I hope this helps! :)
Q: ten un buen dia は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Los dos "have a good day y have a nice day" se pueden usar. Have a good day es la forma literal de buen día. Have a nice day es como decir ten un bonito día.
Q: ten en cuenta は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Keep in mind
Q: lubię ten film は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I like this movie.


Q: Despite being there for ten years, even now he doesn't know a word or two in the local language. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Despite being there for ten years, he still doesn't know a single word of the local language
Q: Which do you use more frequently?

a) It's said that she runs ten miles every day
b) She's said to run ten miles every day

a) It's said that there is a secret tunel
b) There's said to be a secret tunel

A: Any of the above is about the same. However, in conversation, "I hear she runs ten miles a day is probably used the most.
Q: Only one out of ten teenagers said they did exercise regularly. Because everyday they have a lot of maths exercises to do. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Only one out of ten teenagers said they exercised regularly, because they had a lot of maths exercises to do every day.
Q: What does " ten feet tall " mean in English ? I saw it in the lyrics , it says " in the moment we're ten feet tall " I don't understand it , I tried dictionary but there's no phrase as " ten feet tall " . Is it even a phrase ? Do you use it often in your daily talk ?
A: It's a saying that means it makes you feel really good. It's not used in everyday conversation though it looks good in writing. :)
Q: More than ten thousands college students kill themselves because if depression. Why don't use "killed" in this sentence? Kill is a past verb.
A: Each year, more than ten thousand students kill themselves. Every morning, I eat apples. Every night, I study.

It's ongoing present tense.