Q: a thesis statement (in public speaking ) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A thesis is your argument, the point you are trying to make.

"thesis" is an academic word, in everyday speech it's "point" or "argument", maybe "theory" or "proposition".
Q: thesis statement とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A thesis statement is a type of introduction in papers/essays. They basically summarize your thoughts and let the reader know what your paper is about.
For example, if your writing a paper about your belief on gun laws, you could say "I believe that the gun laws in America are outrageous and that you shouldn't be allowed to conceal and carry in order to keep civilians safe."
From the thesis statement, you could tell that the speaker believed the gun laws were wrong in the U.S. and that he thought the laws about concealing weapons needed to be changed.
Hope that helped!
Q: rational in a thesis とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: give a thesis of sorts とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Of course! The writer of the analysis just meant that in a particular line of the poem the poet provided the argument/main idea of his work. Since poems are relatively ambiguous (could be interpreted in different ways), they added "of sorts" because I'm sure the poet didn't clearly state his thesis, but rather expressed it through a metaphor or some other literary device. "Of sorts" means that something is not exactly following the rules or does not fit into a specific category, but is very close to the intended purpose/meaning. So he just meant that the poet provided a thesis, but it wasn't elaborated on or directly stated, only implied or expressed through a literary device.


Q: thesis と dissertation はどう違いますか?
A: Major difference between a thesis and a dissertation is when they are completed. The thesis is a project that marks the end of a master’s program, while the dissertation happens during doctoral study (Ph.D). The two are actually quite different in their purpose, as well. A thesis is a compilation of research that proves you are knowledgeable about the information you have learnt throughout your graduate program whereas a dissertation is your opportunity during the doctorate program to contribute new knowledge, theories or practices to your field. The point is to come up with an entirely new concept, develop it and justify its worth.
Q: thesis と dissertation はどう違いますか?

Yes. Remember, a thesis is a dissertation, but a dissertation is not necessarily a thesis. You have something to prove - thesis. You have nothing necessarily to prove, but something to say - dissertation.

By the way, I hope after graduation you do not become a chemist. The world does not need another chemist. I hope you become a chemistry teacher. The world is desperate for chemistry teachers. To not just explain chemistry, but inspire interest in chemistry.

Good luck, with your studies, graduation, career, and - thesis!
Q: thesis と essay はどう違いますか?
A: thesis is an elaborate academic writing on a research you have conducted or you are conducting. and the research usually lasts a few years, depending on what you're investigating.

essay is a simple writing on various topics. you still need to research on information to be able to write, but usually just googling would be enough.
Q: thesis と dissertation はどう違いますか?
A: "Thesis" and "dissertation" are both papers written in pursuit of a degree.

In the US, a "thesis" is often (but not always) used to describe the paper written for a master's degree, and a "dissertation" is one written for a doctorate. But I have also heard the term "doctoral thesis."


Q: thesis は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: thesis は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: undergraduate thesis は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: this and theses は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: This and these. The first is short. The second is looooong. The first has an s sound at the end. The second one has a z sound at the end. Listen to my recording.
Q: please this is my abstract of my thesis は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: “I wish to introduce to you the abstract to my thesis.”


Q: A thesis statement summarizes the main points of a speech in just one or two sentences, and it is designed to give audiences a quick preview of what the entire speech will be about. It should be easily identifiable and ought to very succinctly sum up the main points speaker present. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Very close.

"and is designed"
"sum up the main points the author presents".

*if there is more than one author, "the authors present."
Q: Please, tell me which theses phrases is more natural and its pronunciation. "One more to the list" or "One more for the list".
A: "one more to the list" sounds more natural!
Q: She ate theses Almonds that next😨 この表現は自然ですか?
A: "She ate these almonds next" or better yet, "she then ate these almonds."
Q: "A thesis is a means to an end"
Why say "a mean(s)" and not "a mean"?
A: They mean different things. 'Mean' means either the definition of something or to be nasty or mean to someone. 'Means' in this case means a way to reach a goal or how you get to something. A 'means to an end' is something you do to reach a certain goal, in this case a thesis. 'Mean' in the case of definition can be conjugated to 'meaning' or 'means' because it is a verb (to mean). 'Means' is a noun and cannot be changed.
-These exams are just a means to an end.
-By what means did get here?
-Live below you means (this means spend less than you need to live)

To mean:
-What does this mean?
-I don't know the meaning of this
-Can you tell me what this means?

To be mean:
-You're so mean to me!
-Stop being mean to your brother
-There's no need to be so mean
Q: I thought I will discuss the thesis work manually. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Not sure if you're trying to ask a question or make a statement. If it is suppose to be a question " I thought I was suppose to discuss the thesis work manually?" But if it's a statement , take out the I thought and just say " I will discuss the thesis work manually"