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

Die Bedeutung von "Changes" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet further offshore (ex: Changes in water temperatures forced fishing fleets to work further offshore)?
A: further has to do with the perspective of the speaker. Further would be far away but still in proximity to something.

Q: Was bedeutet Changes in social life due to working hours in the tourism industry. ?
A: There were changes in how people lived because of the hours they worked for their jobs in tourism

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Changes" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Changes that have been helping me und Changes that have helped me ?
A: In general, both of these phrases "have been V-ing" and "have V-ed" can be used interchangeably, there is virtually no difference in meaning. The only difference here is the grammar and how the grammar shapes the sentence or phrase.

But it can also be said that the difference lis that "(have) been V-ing" focuses more on the verb, the action. While "have V-ed" focuses more on the result of the action. For example, in "The changes that have helped me come this far", "help" is past tense, so the "help" the changes did have finished, and now you have "come this far". While in "The changes that have been helping me come this far", the changes (although they are also in the past and finished) played a very active role, so it's not the result that is the focus, but it is the things that happened (changes that have been helping) that are the focus.

In my opinion, this is just another quirk of English. English is very 'time' specific and that also effects the way verbs work, whether it be "have been V-ing" or "have V-ed". In most, if not all, cases using either is okay, and I think most native speakers would not care about which one is used.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Changes may not be applied on the preview window. und Changes might not be applied on the preview window. ?
A: May not be applied = can not be applied
Might not be applied= they could be applied, 50% chance. I think you want “may not”

Our policy says Changes may not be applied after you email the report.

There’s a small chance Changes might be applied If you switch file formats from .docx to .pdf.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Changes don't happen overnight und Changes don't happen immediately ?
A: they are both correct.
Immediately means instantaneously, meaning directly after something else with no interval of time
Overnight, in this case, means in a short span of time, such as a day. You know the expression "Moscow wasn't built in a day," or as we would say, "Rome wasn't built in a day." Overnight has this sense more, that it can't happen in the span of a single day.

Übersetzungen von "Changes"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? " Changes pas, mec. Tu es beau comme tu es. "
A: Don’t change mate, you are handsome as you are

Andere Fragen zu "Changes"

Q: Changes and developments are occured in one's limitations. klingt das natürlich?
A: × Changes and developments are occured in one's limitations.
✓ You can say "As a person develops over time , their limitations change".

Q: Changes of Korean and Japanese writing system klingt das natürlich?
A: I guess it would be better if you add the article "the" before "changes".
Q: Changes of lifestyle and dietary habits often cause a constipation. klingt das natürlich?
A: I'd say "Changes in" rather than "changes of"
And perhaps "causes" instead of "cause a"
Q: Changes to the original design were requested by the client, and namely the team had to modify the blueprints. klingt das natürlich?
A: Changes to the original design were requested by the client, and the team had to modify the blueprints.

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