Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Be"

Die Bedeutung von "Be" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet "I was intrigued" ?
A: Such a cool word "intrigue". For me it's all about the mystery. Some movies will sell the plot of, say, a spy film, by saying it has "action", "intrigue", "romance"... blah, blah, blah.
So when I say "I'm intrigued", it's often something that's piqued my interest on a more subtle level than just intellect. Sometimes it's difficult for me to say why I was intrigued, and that's actually kind of the fun of it. Intrigued is a feeling.
If any of that makes sense to you, then... Bravo! haha.
Q: Was bedeutet Where was i !
?
A: When interrupted by something while you are talking or doing something. You then try to start doing what you were doing again.

E.g. If you are showing someone how to cook a recipe but have to leave to answer the front door. When you get back you would say:

“Now where was I? Ah, yes, this is how you cut the potatoes….”
Q: Was bedeutet How are you miss??
A: miss - ーさん/ お嬢様 (女の子)

how are you - お元気ですか

deさんお元気ですか?
How are you miss De?
お嬢様お元気ですか?
How are you miss?
Q: Was bedeutet That would be impossible.?
A: Okay, this is advanced so I’ll try to say it simply. Would is not only the past tense of Will, it is also used in an expression to say if something is possible. This form of would is for imaginary situations.

For example.
A: I want to climb Mt. Everest!
B: That would be impossible for you.

Here, A has not climbed anything, this is an imaginary situation. Still, B know that A cannot climb Everest.
Q: Was bedeutet You are too anxious to do what is proper?
A: 君は不安すぎて正しいことを行っていません。
or
おどおどしすぎてちゃんとした振る舞いができていませんね。

厳しいですね。

Beispielsätze die "Be" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit be subject to.
A: To be subject to: forced to endure, the forced recipient of an action. The peasants were subject to the kings rule. No one should be subject to violence in their own home. I am subject to my bosses every idea
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit Be there or be square .
A: Also calling someone a "square" is an old slang word for "uncool".
So, "be there or be square" means that if you do not come to the event that you are not cool. But the saying is lighthearted and used more in jest. :)
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit this is accurate AND this is not accurate
if it's possible, please!.
A: anna and belle- enumerating
he runs fast and he stumbles- connecting phrases
he was at the grocery store and then he went out after an hour-connecting two complete sentence

anna and lisa and belle- wrong
anna, lisa and belle- when enumerating more that two, use comma (,) and only use 'and' before the end noun
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit be sure to.
A: for example, if someone is leaving a gathering and you want to keep in touch:
"be sure to text me! "

other examples:
"Be sure to check in the lost and found. Your coat could be there".
"Be sure to text your mother, don't make her worry! "
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit what are you?.
A: Most of the time, "what are you?" is used sarcastically. Here are a couple examples.

To a friend: What are you? A Conservative/Liberal?

After a child misbehaves: What are you? Two (years old)?

There are some non-sarcastic situations where this phrase can be used. For instance, at a costume party (cosplay?) you may want to ask who/what somebody is dressed as.

When people are looking for information, they often ask "which are you?"

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Be" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen will und be going to ?
A: @hgoa2000 그것들은 같은 뜻을 가지고 있어.
"I am going to answer this question"
"I will answer this question"
"I am going to win"
"I will win"

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen I could be arrested und I would be arrested ?
A: I could be arrested = possibility. If I steal something, I could be arrested. It could happen.
I would be arrested = hypothetical, but with definiteness. Used with past tense: If I stole something, I would be arrested. It will definitely happen.

In a sense, they are both hypothetical, especially if you said "If I *stole* something, I could be arrested". It's just one is more possible and one is more definite.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen It was stupid of me und I was stupid ?
A: They are both natural and they both mean the same thing, but only slightly different. ‘It was stupid of me’ means to do a stupid act, or to do something stupid. ‘I was stupid’ is to call yourself stupid. But they are used the same way.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen it is und this is ?
A: "This" is with you.
"That" is away from you.
"It" is neutral, and is usually said when we already know what we're talking about

"This is a ball"
I am either holding the ball, or the ball is close to me and I'm pointing at it

"That is a ball"
The ball is not close to me

"It is a ball"
The object we're talking about is a ball. It doesn't matter where the ball is

"This is an odd situation"
I am talking about a situation I'm involved in

"That is an odd situation"
I am talking about someone else's situation that I'm not involved in

"It is an odd situation"
The situation we're already talking about is an odd situation. I might be involved in it, or I might not be
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen be careful of und be careful with ?
A: The difference is what you are being told to do. To be careful with something is to avoid harming or breaking it, to be careful of something is to avoid harming yourself.
Examples:
I told Kim to be careful with the toaster because it is old and can break easily.
I told Kim to be careful of the water on the floor so she doesn’t slip and fall.
Hope this helps :)

Übersetzungen von "Be"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 歩いて脂肪燃焼させる。
Since I've been eating too much...
A: Walk to burn fat.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 裏切られることには絶対慣れない
(I'll never be used to be betrayed)?
A: @jin_miy I'll never get used to being betrayed.
I'll never get used to betrayal.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 太忙了没有仔细看信息
I was too busy to look at it
A: Yes, the two sentences above have the same meaning.
I can also express it this way:
I was too busy to look into it in detail.
I was too preoccupied to review it thoroughly. 😊
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? You are the bestとは、どういう意味ですか?
A: あなたは最高だ!
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? where are you from
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "Be"

Q: I am sorry for that’s too forward of me. klingt das natürlich?
A: × I am sorry for that’s too forward of me.
✓ I am sorry if that’s too forward of me.

Q: Which is correct?
1. He fell into a well.
2. He fell down a well.
A: @studiousme You’re welcome and thank you so much! 🤗

To answer your question, using “dropped” would sound a bit unnatural here, although a native/fluent english speaker would understand what you mean.

Here is someone who explained the difference between “drop” and “fall” much better than I can. Hope it helps! 💗⬇️
Q: Where are we?

Where are we here?

it's right?
A: Where are we?
Why are we here?
Q: I must be not able to understand it. klingt das natürlich?
A: × I must be not able to understand it.
✓ I must not be able to understand it.

Q: We are to be/get married next year.

could you correct me?
A: we are to be married next year is correct, however in most cases people would say "we are going to get married next year".

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