Q: testimonials とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It’s when people give their experience with something. Like a customer writing a comment on a website saying, “wow this company is amazing”.
Q: testimonial とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @prominencial a testimonial is a formal retelling of a past experience. For example, businesses or online services might post customer testimonials to show how much people like their service.


Q: testimonial を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The TV commercial featured testimonials from real buyers of the product.
The customer left a glowing testimonial on our website.
The employee asked his boss to write him a testimonial.

Note: I believe the last example is correct, but in a work environment it is more commonly called a “reference.”


Q: testimonial と recommendation はどう違いますか?
A: Testimonial is formal, recommendation is informal.

Testimonial is "testifying" to someone's character. It has more gravity and weight to it.

A recommendation is more casual and used more widely. (for example, YouTube and Netflix have recommended material, but NOT testimonial material). If I recommend someone for a job, I'm not necessarily testifying to their character. I'm just stating my opinion, that I think they might be good for the job.
Q: testimonial と reference はどう違いますか?
A: A testimonial is a formal statement testifying to someone's character and qualifications while a reference is the action of mentioning or alluding to something


Q: testimonials 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: I was invited to write a testimonial for a book. I need your help to proofread this, thank you so much!
I was once an English teacher in New Oriental School, teaching basic oral English and New Concept English Book 2. But for me, there are various accent phenomenons in American English which got me and my young students so much headache until I met Rachel’s English. I have been recommending Rachel’s videos to all of my teacher friends and students on and offline. Now, we have the book by Rachel. Concise, comprehensive and friendly words and audios makes it so much easier and helpful when you want to learn common and classical pronunciation such as Can VS. Can’t, reduction on SHOULD, GONNA and etc. I bet many English teacher here in China don’t know what MUNA is. I am so grateful that I met Rachel’s English and got inspired. Can’t wait for the book and hope all of the American English learners find the beautiful journey along with Rachel:D!
A: Were instead of are in the sentence that starts with but. Use my friends who are teachers instead of my teacher friends. After friendly words put a coma. Since you said many it needs to be teacher(s). Can't wait is a fragment try to avoid this as much as possible (can't wait is a verb with no subject so put I in front of it). Also put a dash between american & english