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

Die Bedeutung von "Exemples" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet Pranked”

Give exemples pleases❤️?
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Was bedeutet I can’t relate (avec des exemples de contexte svp merciii)?
A: It doesn't relate to my experience. (When people talk about parenting little kids, I can't relate. I doubt have kids.)

Sometimes people use it to mean they don't understand and therefore don't like something (I can't relate to modern art.)
Q: Was bedeutet "get it on" in this exemples:?
A: 1- Ted is going to *meet with* a TV reporter. It can also mean a "fight" or "argument" or "confrontation" or just doing something
2- It's a euphemism for having sex
Q: Was bedeutet ain't

can you put some exemples please ??
A: “Ain’t” is a contraction that can be used in place of “is not,” “am not,” “have not,” “has not,” and “are not.” It is used in very informal situations and is not considered part of standard English.

Example:
That ain’t my car = That is not my car.
I ain’t wrong. = I am not wrong.
They ain’t finished yet. = they have not finished yet/They are not finished yet.
He ain’t ready. = he is not ready.
Q: Was bedeutet to get high, could you give exemples?
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Beispielsätze die "Exemples" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit “Tearing apart” . What does mean “tearing apart” ? Can you give me some exemples and explain to me :) .
A: If something is really bothering you, you might say

"It's tearing me apart"

The first thing that comes to mind is if someone feels guilty or sad. Maybe a little kid stole money from his mom and now he feels bad. The guilt is "tearing him apart." Hopefully this is helpful

Bonne chance!
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit exemples with "Peace out" please.
A: but for now, I have to go now. peace out!
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit exemples of the word "clothing" please? the difference between clothes and clothing.thanks.
A: merci beacoup
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit exemples with so: I aerate the lawn SO the watter can better penetrate the soil.
A: I miss you so much.
I run so I can eat a lot and not get fat.
Why did I buy the water? So I could drink it later.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit When can I use "THE" ? Please give me many exemples :).
A: The sun is up.
That's the wrong way.
Call the police.
Keep the change.
He broke the law.
The book is interesting.
The alarm went off.
The ice is pretty.
We swam in the sea.
She rolled the ball to me.
Who stole the apple?

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Exemples" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen To me these exemples seem very similar und For me these exemples seem very similar ?
A: There’s no difference. Just slightly different ways to say the same thing.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen that und this und give a exemples ?
A: That= something a distance away and this= something closer to you
"That glass is over there"
"This glass is over here"

Übersetzungen von "Exemples"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? What "else" means and how It can be used? Give me some exemples, please.
A: It depends on how you want to use the word because it has different meanings.

1. in addition; besides
example:
anything else you want to know?

2. different; instead
example:
isn't there anyone else you could ask?

3. short for or else.

or else - used to introduce the second of two alternatives.
example:
she felt tempted either to shout at him or else to let his tantrums slide by.

other examples of words you can add before else are: something (something different), where (in what other place), everybody (all the other people have), someone (it must belong to another person), why (for what other reason), what (what other things to say.

other examples:
nowhere else, no one else.

further explanation:

1. Else with someone, anybody, nobody, etc.
We use else after words beginning with any-, every-, no- and some-, to mean ‘other’, ‘another’, ‘different’ or ‘additional’.

2. Else with who, what, where, etc.
We use else after how, what, where, who and why to mean ‘other’, ‘another’, ‘different’ or ‘additional’.

3. Else: orelse
We use or else to say what the result will be if something does not happen.

i hope it helped you. :)
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? Give 4 exemples :
or,and,but,so
HELP ME!!!!
A: “I have apples and oranges.”
“Have an apple or an orange.”
“I have apples, but no oranges.”
“I am hungry, so I will have an apple.”
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? Can you show me exemples of sentences with keen / keener please (give some , i know how to say this sentence)
A: The dog has a keen sense of smell.
I am keener on these matters than you are.
She has the most keen sense of hearing, she can hear you from miles away!
Keen; sharp/advanced/very good sense of something

Andere Fragen zu "Exemples"

Q: when do I use "also" and "too"?
can you show me some exemples, please?
A: A: "I live in Brazil."
B: "I also live in Brazil!" or "I live in Brazil, too!"

A: "I have a brother."
B: "I have a brother, too."

A: "I am so hungry. I'm thirsty, too."

A: "I'm going to the movie theater. Do you want to come, too?

Hope these help!
Q: When do I use on and in
Please give me exemples and please explain to me why do you say "on average" and not "in average"?
A: on an average. it's a calculation between several numbers of a same condition and in a proximity to each other. And the average is a one number which we had formulated from several numbers. And we base our answer on that one number. Based ON
Q: Could you give me some exemples of the word ''unaided", please.
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: When should I use ''mom/mother and dad/father''? Can you please give exemples showing the difference, if there is any?
A: Mom/dad are used with your own parents or those of someone you're familiar with. Mother/father are general terms you'd see most everywhere else, for example a news article, or speaking on parents in general.
Q: Please give me some other exemples of words like "guesstimate" or "sadorable", where you concatenate two words to make a new one.
A: 'absotively' absolutely/positively (I got this from a Disney film, I used to say it a lot when I was a kid!)
'Oxbridge' Oxford and Cambridge Universities
'recessionista' recession fashionista, someone who makes great outfits cheaply
'webinar' web seminar - my boyfriend says this, I find it annoying....
'Chillax!' chill/relax - 90s high school memories.... >.>
'frenemy' friend/enemy
'mockumentary' mock documentary
'podcast' ipod broadcast
'Twitterati' Twitter literati (well-educated elite) - the respected Twitter elite.
'cronut' croissant/donut..... there has been a big surge in weird combos of sweet foods like this, this post could have it's own bakery section.... haha!

The name for this is 'portmanteau word', by the way :)

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