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

Die Bedeutung von "Grammar" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet grammar [have + ~ed]?
A: That is a perfect tenses.
for example:
I have read the book. It's mindblowing.

I have watched the movie for a few times but never get enough of it.
Q: Was bedeutet there as grammar?
A: There is used for a place
Examples: can you meet me over there.

Look over there
Q: Was bedeutet what's this grammar structure " percentage of UK adults TO HAVE USED the Internet " ? why is here to have used? ?
A: Good question! I agree!

Even my native brain hated that grammar out of context. Yes it's correct here as a title of a graph, but I too would much prefer 'who have used ..'

It comes up more in other contexts.

He was one of the first men to have reached the North Pole.
Brazil's Pelé is the only player to have won three World Cup winners' medals.

In meaning it's identical to who have used the internet.
Q: Was bedeutet Your grammar is on point?
A: That means that your grammar is good, perfect!
Q: Was bedeutet Improper grammar is their biggest beef. ?
A: beef is another term for an issue or annoyance. It can also be used to say two people dislike each other.

Beispielsätze die "Grammar" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit Hello, I would like to ask a grammar question about the following example sentences

Many today are calling for historical objects currently residing in, largely Western, museums to be returned to their nation of origin. .
A: The reason it’s before the word museums is it’s an adjective:

Historical objects currently residing in Western museums. Western is the adjective modifying museums. Largely is an adverb modifying Western. Adjectives almost always go before the noun they modify.

It’s better written as

Many today are calling for historic artifacts currently housed in, largely Western, museums to be returned to their nation of origin.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit Your grammar is so-so.
A: He's still learning English, so his grammar is so-so.
My sister's grammar is so-so, she just started taking English classes.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit is this grammar correct? "if i could do, i would have done it long ago?".
A: - in response to a question “why not do it?” , your answer is grammatically correct without the ‘do’. Therefore: “if I could, I would have...”

- in response to something like “ let’s go! Do it!” , your answer would need ‘it’ after ‘do’. Therefore: “if I could do it, I would have done it long ago.”

Extra Examples:
#1 : “cmon, just jump”
Response: “ if I could jump, I would have done it.”

#2: “why aren’t you coming to France with us?”
Response: “ I can’t go. if I could go, I would have done it long ago.”

I hope this helps.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit "formal grammar" and "formal expressions" in conversation..
A: In English, talking formally is more about being polite. for example instead of saying,
"Come over here John" you can say
"John, could you please come here?".

Try not to be too direct or sound too confident. You can use words like
"Pardon" or "Excuse me?" Instead of "What did you say" or "What?" If you want to ask for permission you can use "May I..."
"May I look at those documents?" Even though these are polite ways of saying things, it still sounds stiff. I wouldn't worry about it that much, but it also depends on what workplace you are gonna work at. If the work is like construction (for example), you don't really need to be that formal but if it's business you probably do.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit had had (grammar).
A: He had had enough to eat, so he stopped.

She had had her report earlier, but now she couldn't find it.

He had had the car looked at, but it still wouldn't run properly.

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Grammar" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen grammar und syntax ?
A: I think both grammar and syntax refer to the rules of arrangement of words, etc. But syntax is grammar stripped of meaning. For example, English syntax shows us that a typical sentence is Subject-Verb-Object. This disregards any associated meaning. Grammar would show us that adding "will" to a sentence can change the meaning so that it indicates something in the future.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen grammar school und comprehensive school ?
A: A Grammar School is a school that takes children based on ability, usually by a set of examinations sat at the age of around eleven. There are very few of these left in the UK. A comprehensive school is a school which takes children of all abilities.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Has it got grammar difference? und Does have it grammar difference? ?
A: Better would be: "Is there a grammar difference?" or "Is there a difference in the grammar?"

But "does it have _a_ grammar difference?" and "has it got _a_ grammar difference?" mean the same. "Does it have" is more accepted. Some people don't like sentences with "has it got."
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Descriptive grammar und Prescriptive grammar ?
A: A prescriptive grammar is a set of rules about language based on how people think language should be used. In a prescriptive grammar there is right and wrong language. It can be compared with a descriptive grammar, which is a set of rules based on how language is actually used.

prescriptive grammar is when a person thinks they are using grammar correctly but they are not

descriptive grammar is correct grammar
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen in grammar und grammatically ?
A: grammar is the rule for how something is said.. grammatically is the description of how something is said

ex : "this sentence is GRAMMATICALLY correct."
ex 2 : "when writing, you need to follow the rules of GRAMMAR."

Übersetzungen von "Grammar"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? its just my grammar, is this correct?

"we tasted death, several times in a row."
thanks a lot
A: If you wanted a dramatic pause, It's correct.
If you wanted a normal sentence, block out the comma.
correct sentence: We tasted death serveral times in a row
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? ‎Is this grammar correct?

To ask a question in Hinative is more fun to search at google.
A: Interacting via HiNative is much more fun than using google for the same.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? Some Korean grammar teacher says that “I am” means “I exist.” Is this true?
A: It can mean that.

It can be be a way of agreeing.

For example:

Question: Are you going to the picnic?
Answer: I am.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? --> is my grammar correct? I have too much time in my hands<---
A: I have too much time on my hands.

It should be “on” instead of “in”.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? grammar
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "Grammar"

Q: I really don't feel like studying English grammar.
私は本当に英語の文法の勉強をする気分じゃない。 klingt das natürlich?
A: But you're doing so well! Lol
Q: Can you check my grammar? Thanks in advance!

Nowadays, university education is more accessible for people than in the past and even promoted among youth. It has become a normal cultural rule and pursuable goal in many countries for new generations to get the more educated that they can. For this reason, most families work very hard to afford this benefit for their children. In some countries is believed that a person who had studied at the university has developed abilities as discipline, a good organization, a more effective way of completing tasks, and a better capacity to resolve problems. These are the abilities that most businesses are looking for their employees to have. Therefore, it is understandable that some people believe that a university education can increase a person's probability to obtain a good job. On the other hand, to spend several years studying and becoming specialized on a subject, as well as learning to work in team with classmates, and getting to meet people from different backgrounds, can make a person to develop qualities such as empathy and better social skills, like tolerance toward other people's point of view, which can be a good thing in order to create a more respectful society. In addition, professionals are able to do their job with more expertise, and this can contribute to the development of a country. These are two points of view with the ones I agree. From my own experience, after having studied at university and obtained a degree, I can definitely affirm that not only the knowledge that I gained but also the experiences that I had, helped me to become a more considerate person, a more disciplined one, and more prepared to face new challenges in my life. That is why I see a university education as a live improving experience that everyone should have, for both reasons, to have better job opportunities, and to influence society in a positive way.
A: Nowadays, university education is more accessible TO people than in the past and IT IS even promoted among youth. It has become a cultural NORM THAT IS PURSUED in many countries for YOUNGER generations to get the BEST EDUCATION that they can. For this reason, most families work very hard to afford this benefit for their children. In some countries IT is believed that a person who HAS studied AT university WILL HAVE developed SUCH abilities as discipline, GOOD organization SKILLS, a more effective way of completing tasks, and a better capacity to resolve problems. These are the abilities that most businesses are looking for IN their employees. Therefore, it is understandable that some people believe that a university education can increase a person's probability OF obtainING a good job. On the other hand, to spend several years studying and becoming specialized on a subject, as well as learning to work in A team with classmates, and getting to meet people from different backgrounds, can make a person DEVELOP qualities such as empathy and better social skills, AND tolerance toward other people's point of view, which can be a good thing in order to create a more respectful society. In addition, professionals are able to do their job with more expertise, and this can contribute to the development of a country. These are two points of view with WHICH I agree. From my own experience, after having studied at university and HAVING obtained a degree, I can definitely affirm that not only the knowledge that I gained but also the experiences that I had, helped me to become a more considerate person, a more disciplined one, and more prepared to face new challenges in my life. That is why I see a university education as a LIFE improving experience that everyone should have, for TWO reasons: to have better job opportunities, and to influence society in a positive way.
Q: I did my grammar homework and I studied English for 4hours. I was so satisfied and I will have a lot of free times on weekends. klingt das natürlich?
A: This sounds fluent! Except change the last part to “and I will have a lot of free time on the weekend.”
Q: According to the grammar bank in my English book, after "so that", I have to use subject + modal verb. But the very same book asks me to "complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence..."
What bothers me here is that there's no modal verb after "so that" in the book's sentence. What is the rule, then? If you know, please share it with me
A: There's no rule about the verb type in the second half of the sentence when using subordinate clauses such as "so that...", "in order that...", etc.

We often use them with modal verbs, but often doesn't mean always! ^^
The only strict rule that you need to keep in mind is, as it's a subordinate clause, it acts to connect two sentences:

(Sentence 1) + so that + (Sentence 2)
Sentence 1: must describe an action/a cause
Sentence 2: must describe an expected result/an effect

For example:

1) "I’ll go by car so that I can take more luggage."
Action: going by car
Effect: being able to take more luggage.

But you absolutely could replace "can" by "am able to" (which is not a modal verb):
"I’ll go by car so that I am able to take more luggage."

2) "Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence."
Action: completing the second sentence
Expected result: making it suggest a similar meaning to the first sentence.

Is it clear? ^^
Q: What is correct grammar and expression?
Scott’s face is showed in turned interest.
And
Scott’s face showed in turned interest.
A: Scott’s face showed interest.

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