Q: I can't stand text messaging. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means the person does not like text messaging.
Q: text in class とはどういう意味ですか?
A: When you send messages on your cell phone during class time. Text = to send a message on your mobile phone/cell phone.
Q: text とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Its another word for typing on a keybored on your phone ect...
Q: Did I complete the text correctly? What do these abbreviations mean? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Abbreviations are short versions of some text. In your workbook:

c u l8r = See you later
LOL = Laugh out loud
dz ths mn im iliter8 = Does this mean I'm illiterate?
Q: It was difficult for me to understand the text in the picture below. please tell me what was meant. thank you. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's excellent English. This is a poem by John Muir. He is saying he went outside to escape the the boredom of being inside. He unexpectedly enjoyed being outside so much that his feelings changed to disappointment when he had to go back inside after sunset.


Q: hello, can you tell me if my text is correct を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: (In America we have a term called "Screen-time". Feel free to use that. For example: Now we will talk about the impact that "Screen-time" has on children. Screen-time is the amount of time a person spends watching television or playing games while looking at a screen.)

Now we will talk about the amount of time children spend facing screens.
Nowadays screens seem to be an important part of our lives. Indeed, in France, a child spends an average of four hours watching a screen everyday.
This amount of time on a screen can cause several factors. Such as:

1. Behavioral disorders starting from a young age. Only a week ago, in France, a young boy wanted to commit suicide because of the long waiting-time on a game called Fortnite.
Additionally many children can become violent because of video games such as GTA or Call of Duty...in other words games that are not recommended for children under the age of 18.

2. Content found in games or online can and do encourage children to commit suicide. Indeed, there are many "games" that put children's lives at risk. Such as "the Blue Whale Challenge." The Blue Whale Challenge is a game that has dangerous challenges and at the final end of the game it insists that the child commit suicide. Then there are "momo challenges". Momo challenges aim to make people commit suicide because of the messages sent on "what's app" or "facebook."
Q: to head over (like in this text) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 'To head over' is an expression that means to go some place/somewhere. Sometimes people also say 'head on over'.

Please head over to a table and a waitress will be with you shortly.
Could you head on over to the bar next door and see if they are open?

In this text they are asking you to go to their website.
Q: “truly” can use in the text? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: ok, I got it, thank you so much
Q: text away を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “She doesn’t mind that you text her all the time? Then by all means, text away!”


Q: I want to try to text her. と I'll try to text her. はどう違いますか?
A: I want to try to text her. - Maybe I will try to text her, maybe I won't.
I'll try to text her. - I will try to text her. Action will happen (or at least there is a promise to act).

I want to try to text her, but I am too scared, and I never act.
I'll try to text her next week.
Q: When you feel bored, just text me anytime on kakao(MSN) と When you feel bored, just text me anytime in kakao(MSN) はどう違いますか?
A: Either works. When speaking about something physical, In is the same as Inside. On is the same as On Top. However, Kakao isn't physically there so either one would work fine.
Q: text と message はどう違いますか?
A: she's not in town, why don't you text her and see when she comes back
I found a message in a bottle on the beach
you don't like me, I get the message
don't text me anymore
Q: I read an English text book. と I read a text book of English. はどう違いますか?
A: The second one sounds unnatural. Also, write it as one word: textbook.
Q: do we have a text next week? と are we having a text next week? はどう違いますか?
A: I think you have a typo. I believe text should be test.

The first sentence is trying to determine whether there is or is not a test next week.

The second sentence is a response/reply to being told there will be a test next week. The fact that the sentence is in the form of a question suggests the speaker is surprised and or doubtful of what he's heard.


Q: お体の調子はいかがでしょうか?夜は右頚に痛みは出ていませんか?もし、痛みが出ているなら、またケアさせて頂ければと思います。暑い日が続きますので熱中症に気を付けて下さい。I want to text costumer that messages. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: How are you feeling? Does the pain in the right side of your neck still bother you? If it does, I'm ready to provide the required care. These days are hot, so please watch out for heat stroke.
Q: can you tell me if my text is correct. At his 8 years old,he wanted to write poetry,musics and theatre plays. But,at 14 years old he stoped school because he is dyslexic, he couldn’t read and write. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I would say "When he was 8 years old, he wanted to write poetry, music, and theatre plays. However, at 14 years old he quit school because he was dyslexic. He couldn't read and write." You can say "at 8 years old", but make sure you take out the word "his".
Also, don't start a sentence with a conjunction like "but". If you want to use it, you should add a comma after plays and make it all one sentence, but that would probably be too long of a sentence. In normal speech (not writing), however, it does not matter.
Q: Can you tell me if my text is correct. Benjamin Zephaniah is a British poet,he was born in 1958,in Berminghan,England. He spent his childhood with seven siblings on a very poor family. He grew up in Handsworth,an district of Berminghan. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "He spent his childhood with seven siblings 'in' a very poor family. He grew up in Wandsworth, 'a' district 'in' Birmingham"
Q: Can you check the text? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Okay, here's the fully edited text:
"Her name is Sasha, and we are the same age. We started our friendship when we were children. I can honestly say that she is beautiful, smart, and a hard-working girl. We trust each other so much that we share some personal secrets just between us. I can always tell her about my problems, and she will give me a piece of good advice. What about her hobbies? Sasha has a talent for writing. She likes writing some long and short stories. I think that in the future, she will become a great writer. Sasha does not have much free time, but when she does, she spends it with her friends. When I hang out with her, we usually watch films or tv series together and then discuss them. I enjoy talking to her a lot, especially because she knows many interesting facts about it all. She is also fond of reading. Books have become an important part of her life. So, to conclude, Sasha is a great person, and I'm very happy to have such a good friend."
Q: There are available musical texts nowadays. or There are musical texts available nowadays は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @Vicka: 'When I studied, we had exercises, tests, and exams where we had to transcribe a melody while listening to it. They ranged from simple phrases to complex sections of music. It's called musical dictation because we had to listen and transcribe simultaneously.

The reasoning behind this exercise was ear training, because nowadays most music is already transcribed.'

A little more than you asked for, but I hope this helps!


Q: I think text messages are the fastest way to let people recognize the location has been changed.

Is it natural? Thank you in advance.
A: It makes sense, but it’s a little odd. Instead of recognize, you should say “know”.
Q: In some text I came across "It's + plural noun"
I didn't get if it was a misprint or not
Is it ok to say, e.g. It's managers or It was managers?
Can I say "It wasn't my faults" (speaking about the reasons for a few previous car accidents"?
thank you!
A: Is it possible that you were seeing the possessive form of "its"? Normally, if you are contracting "it is" or "it has" you use an apostrophe, and if you are forming the possessive of it, you do not use an apostrophe. As in "the restaurant's managers = its managers".
Or maybe a sentence like "It is managers that have the authority here = It's managers that have...".
In any case, you can't say, "It wasn't my faults".
Q: We have to text them saying the event will not be available.

Is it natural? Thank you in advance.
A: sounds natural to me
Q: Keep your text messages brief and to the point. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Its brilliant but a bit formal. You could also use the word concise if you are being this formal as you are coming across a bit strict, for example : please be more concise sounds a bit more polite. Always remember to say your please and thank you’s
Q: These three texts enable us to understand the women's situation at their respective times この表現は自然ですか?
A: "These three texts allow us to understand the women's situations at that time." but please remember text in this situation would be used to describe SMS, if you are talking about books then I would exchange it with "These three pieces of literature" "These three books" (if they are 3 seperate books!).