Q: 1. best <span class="dictionary_keyword">wishes</span>
2. all the best
Thank you :D とはどういう意味ですか?
A: You use it when you want to show a person how much you care about them 😊 It's usually only used in writing.
Q: Please accept my best <span class="dictionary_keyword">wishes</span> on your new endeavor とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a very formal way of saying "good luck!"
Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you all the best. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: When someone says, "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you all the best" they are basically saying "good luck in the future"... It is a <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> that the other person's life only be filled with the best things!
Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you woke up to me とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it means that you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> when someone wakes up in the morning you are there with them. So to say you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you could sleep in the same bed everyday to wake up to them being there.
Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> we could hang out more while I'm there. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I could spend more time with you when I visit" (but it suggests there are reasons why this will not be possible).


Q: Say , <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> , gonna を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "I'm gonna do my homework."

"gonna"="going to"

"gonna" more casual

"I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you a Merry Christmas." formal

"I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you a Happy Birthday." formal

"The teacher will say 'Do your work!'"
Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I could を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I could go to Japan right now, I really need a holiday."
"I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I could date that actress."
Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> ~ を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: could is written because i have yet to travel the world it's something i want to do in the future.
continues is written with an (s) because my family is currently healthy!
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>.
<span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>. I want to see different situations with I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>.
I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you were here - ok,
in the past: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you had been there. etc. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It is good! maybe say but I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> your holiday/ vacation could have been longer.
Q: as you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Personally, I feel that 'as you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>' carries a different meaning and tone depending on when you use it

'as you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>' can be used by a person of lower status in response to the request or demand of a person of higher status.

Eg. A king and his attendant/servant/anybody who is beneath him (his subjects)

King: "Get me my arrows, I'm going hunting."

Attendant: As you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>, my king.

In modern days, you'll probably hear these words being spoken by a man to his woman.

Eg. Girlfriend/lover/wife: "How about dining at that restaurant?"

Man: As you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>, my lady.

In Japanese, it should be "お望み通りに"

Another example which carries a different meaning would be "do as you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>".

A: I don't care! I'm going home now!

B: Do as you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>.

In this case, it means the same as 'do whatever you like' or "do as you please". Usually, the phrase is said in a negative tone that suggest boredom, annoyance or anger.

In Japanese it would probably mean "好きにしろ"

I hope the explanation is clear! ^^


Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> と If only はどう違いますか?
A: In most cases they are pretty much the same.

"If only I had a million dollars."

"I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I had a million dollars."

Here's a sentence containing both:

"If only I had <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>ed for 3 million dollars!"
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> と desire はどう違いますか?
A: They are very similar and sometimes can be used interchangeably (as in, both words could be used and still be correct). However a <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> is often used in a sort of magical sense. "The genie can grant you three <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>es." "Wish upon a star." Desire is often used more often to describe a stronger, more emotional <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>. It can often be related to lust, love, greed, like a bit more sinful. "I had a strong desire to see you tonight."
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> と desire はどう違いますか?
A: They are basically the same in normal usage. The difference is subtle and would require a long answer. "Desire" is more an unsatisfied longing, while "<span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>" is a hoped for outcome. I think "desire" is more intense, while "<span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>" is transient. If my <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> doesn't come true, oh well. But my desire will always be there.

"Desire" is a latin word and is deseo/desear in Spanish.
"Wish" is a germanic word and is wünschen in German.

I think the distinction in meaning may exist only in English since we have both words to play with.
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> と hope はどう違いますか?
A: They can be used more-or-less interchangeably in a lot of contexts. They're slightly different in that a <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> is something you're actively desiring will happen, and hope is something that may or may not happen, but you would prefer that it did. Hope can also be an emotion - a feeling that something will work out right.

"I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> she'd change her mind and come with us."
"I hope they have pizza in the lunch room today."
"Even though we don't have many members yet, I have hope for the future of this club."
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> と hope はどう違いますか?
A: They are very similar but with a little different nuance.

Wish - shows a desire for something, but it it also shows that it most likely won't happen.

Hope on the other hand only shows that one desires something, or wants something to happen.

Wish is more commonly used for yourself. "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I had 1 million yen!" "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I could go". When you use <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> with another person and the word, it sounds like you are unhappy with them - examples "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you would stop doing that" "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> they wouldn't say things like that"

Hope is more positive. It doesn't express that it might not happen. It is usually used with "can".
Examples: "I hope you can make it", "I hope I get a new game for Christmas"

Does that help?


Q: i <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> she changes her mind.

Is it nature? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> she did not leave me" --&gt; past tense.
Q: i <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you blue sky? y significa te deseo un cielo azul? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: "I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> you a clear blue sky tomorrow."
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> vs want は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>: something you most likely can't afford/do

want: something you most likely can afford/do
Q: ‎I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> he would stop messing around with his smart phone while dateing and talk with me. Does... は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> he would stop playing on his phone while we were on a date and actually talk to me.
Q: <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> we could get along for happy or pleasure (especially in introduce myself use in the last santence) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I would say: "I hope we could get along for the sake of happiness" or if you meet the person for the first time it is better to say "I hope we can get along in the near future"


Q: i <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> i would one who could be better at commanding english than now ever somehow. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> I could somehow become better at commanding english. (That's a more simple version, I guess)
Q: I made a <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>, Santa, please make it true! please この表現は自然ですか?
A: "I made a <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span>, Santa, please make it come true!"
Q: I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> learn English この表現は自然ですか?
A: 'To' comes before a verb.

I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> to play
I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> to sing
I <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> to eat
Q: A faint <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> lit in my heart should grow up to a grand constellation, I will believe from now on. この表現は自然ですか?
A: This is just my interpretation to try to make it sound more correct and poetic:

This faint <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> born in my heart shall grow to be a grand constellation, I now believe forevermore.

What do you think?
Q: __you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> to check on parkade status prior to coming to the airport, please call 503

A. Now that
B. Unless
C. Should
D. Would

Why the answer is C?
Please call 503 if you would like to heck on parkade status prior to coming to the airport.

"Should someone <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> to do something”相当于 if someone would like to do something, 假如某某人想....的话....

You are welcome to visit us should you <span class="dictionary_keyword">wish</span> to = If you would like to, you will be very welcome to visit us.