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

Die Bedeutung von "Journey" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet A journey into the soul of America.?
A: It sounds literary or maybe poetic.

Saying that something is "the heart" or "the soul" of something, is saying that it is central to what makes its identity the way it is. Like some people say that the kitchen is the heart of the home, in order to say that things like (food, warmth and where people feel comfortable and taken care of), all added together is what you find in a kitchen, and all added together is also what makes a place feel like a home. Just like the heart is the deepest, most important, center of what keeps a person alive. And just like how a soul is the innermost part of who a person is, what makes their personality, their character, what makes them who they are. These are things that are at the center if something. Culturally, this means it is the deepest part, the most important part of something. Like the part that matters most, that defines them, that makes them most like themselves. Like the center of an onion is the most onion-like part of the onion. The center of a town is deepest inside of the town you can be. A heart holds the deepest feelings. A soul is what makes a person into the person they are deep down inside.

So to say "the heart" or "the soul" or even "the heart and soul" of a country. This is a literary or poetic way of emphasizing that this part of the culture or place is almost like the home, the heart, the soul, the essence, of what makes it the way that it is. What makes America so very American. What gives America its American identity. It's right at the center of its identity. Right at the core of something, it is the very thing that defines it.

So basically, it's a pretty way of exaggerating how important to American culture they hope this thing is. That the place is deep in significance, in importance, as a part of the identity of America. A place where roots go deep, which has a lot of history that helped to form America into the place it is now, deep into the culture of it, where the traditions which matter the most are, etc. Sometimes they are right about how important and significant that thing or place is. But sometimes they just wanted to sound very important or fancy.

It's a bit hard to explain. But hopefully that makes sense.
Q: Was bedeutet personal journey?
A: Well that depends on the context but usually it refers to somthing you have done or experienced that has helped you learn more about yourself.
Q: Was bedeutet I appreciate the journey as much as the destination.?
A: It means that you appreciate where you ended up (destination) and how you got there (journey).

It’s a phrase that means that you appreciate the hard work that one has experienced to get where they are today.
Q: Was bedeutet a journey
A: Noun form: A Trip.
Verb form: taking a trip.
Q: Was bedeutet journey, addresses, solve, races, advancing, clues, windy?
A: journey = viaje largo
addresses = referir a una ubicación, o, hablar a un grupo
races = un competencia o tratar de hacer algo rapidamente
advancing = mover adelante
clues = lo que la policía buscan cuando tratan de encontrar un criminal
windy = hace viento

Beispielsätze die "Journey" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit journey.
A: My journey was full of lessons.
The journey of the man together with the dog was really touching.
She was mesmerized by the beauty of their journey.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit journey .
A: "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."

"You came all the way from the other side of town on foot? You must have had quite the journey."

"He journeyed across the entire United States to see which state had the best food."

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit journey.
A: Traveling from here to there is quite a journey.
They went on a journey to find the best vacation spot.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit Because i don’t like it’s no good and i prepare for a new journey,soon 😂😂.
A: I am lost because I am new to this town

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Journey" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen journey und trip ?
A: "I took a trip to Hawaii."
"The journey was fun."
Journey means what you did along the way.
A trip is where you went.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen "journey" und "trip" ?
A: A "trip" is more generic - it just means you have traveled from one place to another.
I took a trip to the grocery store. (Small errand)
I took a trip to Mexico. (Longer travel)

A "journey" carries more weight - it is similar to a trip but implies that the person who went on it has been transformed or grown in some way from the experience.
It usually sounds a little dramatic and is more often used in fiction than in real life.
Everyone's journey through life is different.
I've journeyed all throughout Asia over the past ten years.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen They started to prepare a journey to Mars und They started preparing a journey to Mars ?
A: There's practically no difference. A difference, if it does exist, is just academic.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen journey und travel ?
A: journey feels longer and maybe a tad more mysterious, maybe without an exact end/goal.
you go on a journey to find yourself.

I went on a journey to the ice cream store. it sounds silly but it makes it seem like it took a long time or maybe something exciting happened. it makes it sound grandiose for such a simple thing as going to an ice cream store.

travel feels shorter and more direct. you can travel on vacation. you can travel for work. you can travel by train or bus. it has more of a feeling of beginning and end.
it can sound like a journey sometimes too "I traveled across europe" but I think that is used a lot less often

I picture something epic like Lord of the Rings with journey and a fun road trip with travel
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen journey und travel und trip ?
A: "Journey" is traveling somewhere
"Let's take a journey to California."

"Trip" is going somewhere and coming back
"The school went on a trip to the zoo and came back at 3:00."

"Traveling" is usually going across a long distance, like "traveling from Korea to France" or Pennsylvania to New York.
A lot of people use it to talk about short distances to make it seem longer.
"You travelled all the way from your room to the kitchen."

Übersetzungen von "Journey"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? the journey of saving May is not smooth

is it correct ?

A: 可以考虑这样写:

The process* of saving May was challenging**.

*Journey 比较适合形容一个路程,旅途等等。使用过程的时候,process 比较适合。

** not smooth 的翻译是正确的,但是一般我们会说 challenging.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? It's not a journey anymore.
It's no longer a journey.
그런 목적으로 여행을 간다면, 그것은 더이상 여행이 아닌 것이다.
A: If we travel with that goal in mind, then it will no longer be a holiday
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? do you enjoy making a solitary journey or traveling with your family or friends? make sense??
A: Do you enjoy travelling alone, with your family or with friends?

Hope this helps!
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? how was your journey
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? enormous,journey,huge
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "Journey"

Q: The journey was so long it has _____flying for life / I choose the answer the blank 'put up' is it right? and could you explaine the meaning of
put up ,put me off, put up with, put on klingt das natürlich?
A: The correct answer is 'put me off' - it means it has made you not want to fly again. It's the same as 'deter' - it has deterred me from flying for life.

Put up can mean multiple things:
1. You can put up a picture on the wall.
2. You can put someone up - give them accomodation.
3. You can put up with something - you don't react to it. E.g. The customer was rude to me but I put up with it.

Put on can mean:
1. Put on clothes - get dressed
2. Appear to be e.g. 'She put on a brave face'.
3. To put on a show/event

... Phrasal verbs are confusing 😅
Q: Oh,I forget to say, I also like journey. klingt das natürlich?
A: You need to be in past tense, "Oh, I forgot to say that I also like Journey."
Q: Every journey starts with the first step.
(Should "the" be "a"...?) klingt das natürlich?
A: Both are acceptable
Q: I wanted to serve her the best dish available here so that she could fully enjoy it after the long journey. My choice was Mosulpo Port. I took her to a small restaurant at the port to dinner. It was shabby but crowded with people klingt das natürlich?
A: The only problem I have with the sentence is that it's a little awkward. You are saying you want to serve her the best dish available, and your choice was Mosulpo Port. It sounds like you are planning to feed her a dish named Mosulpo Port.

"After her long journey, I wanted to take her someplace where we could enjoy some delicious local dishes. My choice was Mosulpo Port. I took her to a small restaurant at the port to dinner. It was shabby but crowded with people..."
Q: When you end the journey, it is not only broaden your horizon, but also you will feel a sense of achievement. klingt das natürlich?
A: When you end your journey, it will not just open your horizon, but you will also feel a sense of achievement.

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