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Die Bedeutung von "Vocab" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet vocab matchup?
A: What do you mean? Vocabulary?
Q: Was bedeutet So you would say that I just learn the vocab when 가지다 is used right ??
A: The sentence doesn’t really make sense to me. I need to know why the person said this.
Q: Was bedeutet vocab?

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Vocab" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen so advanced vocab und such advanced vocab ?
A: So exaggerates how advanced it is
Such is more specific to an amount or a specific thing that has been said

Using such advanced vocab is impressive.-correct

Using so advanced vocab is impressive.- this sound unnatural

Using vocab that is such advanced is impressive- this sounds unnatural

Using vocab that is so advanced is impressive.-correct

Übersetzungen von "Vocab"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? formal vocab for feel free
A: If I understand your question, there is no formal way of speaking in English. If you want to be respectful, you can smile sincerely while you say it
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? I want to know how to save many vocab quickly and for a long time .
A: Do you mean "I want to know how to memorize many vocabulary words quickly?"
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? how to enrich vocab quickly?
A: I'm not child tho
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? what should I learn first between vocab or grammar?
A: I think you can go with hand in hand. give some time for grammar and some time for vocab or phrases and try to listen and watch videos.

Andere Fragen zu "Vocab"

Q: I want to gain my vocab for these situations.

How to say きも or 気持ち悪い in the situations like in the video.
A: "Gross"
Q: what would be vocab or grammar or spelling mistakes commonly made by people whose mothertongue is English?
there are soooooo many of them in Korean(e.g confusion between 맞히다 and 맞추다), so i'm wondering if the same things are happening in English
A: It is common for many people to misuse "They're, There, and Their" when writing in English. Or other ones like "Affect and Effect." Since English has so many loan words from other languages there are a lot more, these are just ones I can think of right now.
Q: “I memorize vocab by using sentences” and “I memorize vocab using sentences “ which to use?
A: I think either choice is fine. The first one is fine as a stand alone sentence. The second one you could use if you want to elaborate more (make a longer sentence).
“I memorize vocab using sentences which exposes me to several words at a time.”
Q: which one is correct?
many of vocab
much of vocab
A: If you're talking about the vocabulary as a whole, you would use much. If you use many, you would say vocab words with words as the noun and vocabulary as the adjective.
For example:
There is so much vocab to study!
There are too many vocab words to write!
Much of the vocab starts with the letter "a."
Many of the vocab words are hard to read.

Alternatively, you could also say "a lot."

We have a lot of vocab to learn.
Q: How to build vocab effectively?
A: Review the old vocab while adding more vocab. It's like math, you have to accumulate your knowledge by reviewing and applying new concepts to the concepts you already know.

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