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Il significato di "Bookstore" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa He never goes to the bookstore but he buys books.
(He never goes to the bookstore, but he buys books.)?
A:
hmmm It doesnt mean that
when you have the statement "but" both sentences either side must be true.
He never goes to the bookstore- so he never goes to the bookstore at all.
He buys books- he must buy books

Your teachers translation cant be true, because he never goes to the bookstore.at all.

Either your teacher has got a little confused or Im missing some context... but I dont see how context can change the meaning.

If you want a sentence that expresses what your teacher says:
He only goes to the bookstore to buy books.
Or
He buys a book on the odd occasion he goes to the book store (if you are trying to say he doesn't go often)

I hope this made sense
Q: Che cosa significa our bookstores in third-dimensional locations may live

locations?
A: Locations mean A location is the place where something happens or is situated. The first thing he looked at was his office's location. Synonyms: place, point, setting, position More Synonyms of location. 2. countable noun.

Parole simili a "Bookstore" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra bookstore e library ?
A: Bookstore is where you can buy books and read if the store have a reading space.

Library, there's a reading spaces and can borrow books for free.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra bookstore e library e bookshop ?
A: Well there all the same thing but if its close to public areas then they would be called bookstore/bookshop
Q: Qual è la differenza tra The bookstore on Pico Street by the city hall e The bookstore on Pico Street next to the city hall ?
A: By 는 근처에
Next 는 옆에
Q: Qual è la differenza tra where the bookstore is e where is the bookstore ?
A: Where is the bookstore is in a question form. Where the bookstore is, that is in a statement form. For example, down the street is where the bookstore is. That is a statement. Where is the bookstore? That is asking where the bookstore is because you don't know where it is.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra bookstore e library ?
A: You buy books at a bookstore, and you borrow books from a library. :)

Traduzionde di "Bookstore"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Can we say “pick-up” about a find in, let’s say, a bookstore?

f.e, here’s my today’s pick-up/find? Are both of these words correct?
A: “here’s my find for the day” is informal. “Here’s my today’s find” isn’t grammatically correct
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? bookstore
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? どんな小説がよく売れますか?(at a bookstore, to a clerk)
A: what is a good novel to read? / What novel is good?
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? どんな小説がよく売れますか?(at a bookstore, to a clerk)
A: "What are your most popular novels?" / "Which novels are most popular right now?"
A lot of bookstores here in Canada have employees walking around the store that might ask if they can help you find something. You can ask these people, "what books would you recommend?"

Altre domande riguardo "Bookstore"

Q: I often go to the bookstore, so does my family. sembra naturale?
A: When writing, either use a semicolon here or use "...and so does my family". You can even write them as two sentences.
Q: I like browsing in the bookstores, but I rarely buy them. sembra naturale?
A: It would sound a bit more natural to say “I like browsing in bookstores, but I rarely buy anything.”
Q: a) The bookstore is on 12th street.
b) The bookstore is on the 12th street.
Which is correct?
A: it depends. if you're in a city like new york where the street is named "12th street" then A would be correct. but if it is actually the 12th street from where you are, B would be correct.
Q: I went to second-hand bookstore with my dad.
I was nervous, because I've not spent alone with him for a long time.
He is a man of few words.
However, l felt good little by little. I knew that he did not speak a lot, but he cared for me a lot.
We ate special lunch in our favorite restaurant, seeing beautiful view. sembra naturale?
A: A little unnatural, but perfectly understandable.

I went to the used bookstore with my dad. I was nervous at first, because I've not spent time alone with him in a long time. He is a man of few words. I relaxed more, bit by bit. Though he didn't speak a lot, I know he cares for me a great deal. We had a special lunch at our favorite restaurant, taking in a beautiful view.

A native-speaker tip:

We tend to use "second-hand" when talking about clothing or household items, and "used" when talking about books and cars. I don't know why, we just do.

A: Where did you get that cool lamp?
B: At the second-hand store.

A: What?! When did you get a car?
B: Yesterday! It's used, but it's in great condition.

I wonder if the used bookstore has book 7 of the manga I'm reading.
Q: I just went to a big bookstore and came back home. I wanted to find a Norwegian textbook in there,but I could not. sembra naturale?
A: This perfectly understandable. But you could say it like this," I went to a big bookstore looking for a Norwegian textbook, but I couldn't find one. So, I came back home."

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