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

Die Bedeutung von "City" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet how do you like this city??
A: It is asking your opinion on the city. "How do you like this city" "it is very nice." Or "I don't like it that much." Or any other opinion you have on the city 😊
Q: Was bedeutet Which city is easier to get around??
A: いろんなところに行くことです。例えば、スーパー、学校や仕事に通っている

つまり、いろんな場所に行くことの簡単さです。下手の日本語ですみません。
Q: Was bedeutet you can get oriented with the city ?
A: It means you can get to know the city, like how to get around or find places that you like.
Q: Was bedeutet a designated city?
A: A city that's chosen for something.

"Send this letter to its designated city" = send this letter to the city that was chosen to receive the letter
Q: Was bedeutet fair city?
A: Poetic way of saying "beautiful city"

Beispielsätze die "City" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit city break.
A: They went on a city break to Rome.
Do you want to go on a city break, or just go camping.
Last year we went on a city break, but this year I just want to go to the beach.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit 為什麼life是名詞卻可以放在副詞here前面?👉Life here is more expensive than in the city .
A: here作定语,后置修饰
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit city hall.
A: as we're speaking British English here:
British people don't say city hall.
British people say town hall.
Not all cities refer to the seat of the local government as town hall, most call it the town council offices.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit The city is so exciting today because of Halloween..
A: Some examples are:
“The city is so exciting because of Halloween, everyone has on costumes!”
“The city is so exciting because of Halloween, a lot of shops have decorations up!”
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit Which city should I meet first, on my first trip to the US?

Which city should I meet first, on my first trip to the US?
É correto dizer desta forma?.
A: which city should i visit first on my first trip to the US?

Ähnliche Wörter wie "City" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen If and when we come back to this city, we'll go to the restaurant again. und If we come back to this city, we'll go to the restaurant again. ?
A: Yep, using "if and when" implies you think you will one day return, but also indicates you realize that might not happen.

Just using "if" implies you are far more uncertain about whether you will return or not.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen city und town ?
A: They both are very similar and can be used as the same thing but "city" usually refers to a popular area that has lots of businesses and is well known. "Town" however is usually referring to a smaller area with less people and businesses.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen city und country ?
A: Ciudad =city
Pais = country

In my city the traffic is crazy.
My country has the best beaches
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Where else do you know large cities such as Tokyo? und Where else do you know large cities like Tokyo? ?
A: "such as" & "like" can be used interchangeably here!

The sentences sound a bit unnatural though. Maybe you're trying to say:
"What other large cities like Tokyo do you know?"
そうでしょうか?
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen city hall und ward ?
A: City hall is a building. The mayor and the city council meet at the city hall.
The city is divided into numerous wards. A ward is an electoral district. Each ward is represented at city hall by one or more councillors.

Übersetzungen von "City"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? I could run away from the city hall, when the quakes stopped for a few seconds. 揺れが数秒おさまったときに会館から逃げ出すことができた。
A: I was able to get away from the city hall when the quakes stopped for a few seconds.

今日は? 🙀
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? cities
A: Cidade =City
Cidades=Cities
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? これは、市の総合体育館である。
観覧席は外の地盤レベルと同等にあって、大きな窓ガラスが外と中を繋げている。
体育館の床レベルは地下にある。

This is a city general gymnasium.
Seats are ground level and large windws lead to in and out.
Gym's floor level is basement.


does this sound natural?
A: This is a general city gymnasium.
Seats are at ground level and large windws lead in and out.
The floor level of the gym is at basement level.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? city
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 지하속에 도시세우고싶어? Do you want to build up city underground?
A: Close.

Do you want to build a city underground?
Do you want to build an underground city?

Andere Fragen zu "City"

Q: Our city doesn't have as many people as Tokyo.
Fukuoka has less people than Tokyo.

Are those above sentences correct?
A: Also, it is more common to use "population"

Examples: Our city is less populated than Tokyo
Fukuoka is less populated / has a smaller population than Tokyo.
Q: Can I say "What's your city?" instead of "Where do you live?" when I am shown the map in which many cities or towns are.
A: You can but it is informal.
Q: "If I were the city's mayor, I would make it famous for tourism." klingt das natürlich?
A: "I would make it famous for tourism" sounds like you are going to make the city famous just for having good tourism services.
I would instead say:
"If I were the city's mayor, I would make it famous for being a great tourist destination."
You could also interject the city name for a more punctual statement. So, let's say the city's name is New York: "If I were the city's mayor, I would make New York famous for being a great tourist destination."
Q: in this city they charge you almost for everything, for instance the bath cost 1euro and the ketchup 50 cents klingt das natürlich?
A: yes in that case you could use the sentence I typed out above. In English, we refer to the bathroom and toilet and WC as the same thing when we talk about going to the toilet.
Q: I want to live in a big city ,such as Seoul in South Korea. I think that this city is the most attractive for me. It's very development city which save traditions and respect its culture at the same time. You can see the great buildings here , but you can also find centuries-old temples and gardens. I like Korean language too. And think that Korean people is beautiful and unusual in their ideas,so many trends are born precisely in this place. klingt das natürlich?
A: ‎I want to live in a big city ,such as Seoul in South Korea. I think that this city is the most "suitable" for me. It's very "developed" city which has traditions and respect its culture at the same time. You can see the great buildings here , but you can also find centuries-old temples and gardens. I like Korean language too. And " also I think" that Korean people is smart and unusual in their ideas,so many trends are born precisely at this place.

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