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

Die Bedeutung von "East" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet The East is inscrutable.?
A: In this case, East refers to the eastern part of the earth, especially eastern Asia.
Inscrutable means difficult to understand or interpret.
Q: Was bedeutet I don't think there were not too many Japanese in the East Coast.
?
A: *on* the East Coast.

This sentence could be a mistake because the double negation is awkward. However, if we take it to mean what it actually says, "not too many" = "few".

Therefore, "I don't think there were few Japanese on the East Coast" = "I think there were many Japanese on the East Coast".
Q: Was bedeutet "East End"?
A: It usually refers to an area of London that suffers from some of the worst poverty in England.

Beispielsätze die "East" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit East.
A: It is on the east side of town. I live on the east coast.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit East.
A: They moved to eastern New Jersey.
Gandalf said, "On the third day, look to the East."
"Go east if you want to get to the Atlantic Ocean, and west if you're going to the Pacific Ocean."
The eastern half is better than the western half of Australia.
There is an easterly wind blowing toward the mountains.

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Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen East side of Tokyo und Eastern Tokyo und East Tokyo ?
A: sorry my Japanese is still very basic. East describes a specific place or direction e.g "New Zealand is to the East of Australia" but you can't say "New Zealand is to the Eastern of Australia"

You would have to say "New Zealand is in Eastern Oceania" so you use Eastern to describe a location within a larger area
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen the Near East und the Middle East und the Far East ?
A: oh thank u very much. Have a good day :)
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen "in the East" und "on the east" ?
A: in = inside
on = on top

Übersetzungen von "East"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? East Asian Studies graduated student passionate about languages, cultures, and teaching. Currently pursuing an MS in Teaching Spanish at Camilo Jose Cela University and seeking to leverage excellent skills to succeed as an intern as a Spanish teache
A: Spanish teacher*
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? As an East Asian Studies Korea mention student, I consider taking this course and taking it here in Korea as an unique opportunity to learn about Korean culture from a new perspective.
A: Bro this gonna blow ur mind. But this is how we say it in English. Hold on. You’re not ready for this.

As an East Asian Studies Korean student, I consider taking this course and taking it here in Korea as an unique opportunity to learn about their culture from a new perspective.

And there you go. How you say English sentence in English.👍
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? I attended to/attended East xxx High School."Attended" or "Attended to"Which one is correct?
A: I'm going to answer your question to @mjgiardino
You can say "I am going to attend to XXX..." you would most likely use it in situations of talking about something before doing it.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? East west Home is the best
A: It's a proverb.
It means home is the best place in the world no matter where you are . East west are there just for the sake of rhyming.

Andere Fragen zu "East"

Q: I’m totally stroked about going to East coast this summer. klingt das natürlich?
A: I’m totally stoked about going to the East coast this summer.
Q: Which one is correct?

#1 East countries

#2 Eastern countries
A: They are both correct. But #2 sounds better
(I meant to say 2 and not 1)
Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man he took me back to East Atlanta ausspricht.
A: Havana oh na na lol
Q: East coast to west coast , which is all the way across the US, end to end, is a little more than 2000 miles. klingt das natürlich?
A: When you say the word 'end' it sounds like you're saying 'and'. Otherwise you just need to practice saying the sentence so you'll feel more comfortable and then it will sound more natural.
Q: 1- How do you refer to East Asian people (Chinese, Korean, or Japanese) both formally and informally?

We call them 'slant-eyed" or "almond-eyed" informally and they don't have negative meanings (just describing their eyes shape as different from ours).

I want to say:

"The slant-eyed people are leading the field in sports like table tennis and gymnastics."

2- What is the term for an eye-shape that is like Chinese people's?

"Her eyes are ...-shaped, like Chinese!"
A: I think anything involving their eyes can come off as offensive/racist. Generally, "Asian" refers to East Asians. In America, we don't really refer to Indian people or Persian people (for example) as Asian, despite obviously being from Asia. I know in England, they call Indian and Pakistani people Asian, but not in America.

For that sentence, I would say: "East Asians are leading the field in sports like table tennis and gymnastics."

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