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

Q: Che cosa significa Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open.?
A: Speaking different languages and having different cultures is not a problem if we want the same things and care about each other.
Q: Che cosa significa Differences in American schools compared with those found in the majority of other countries lie in the fact that education here has long been intended for everyone.?
A: It means schools in America and schools in other countries are different because in America, a long time ago, they wanted to make schools available to everyone, not only rich people or powerful people. They imply that in other countries, schools were not available to everyone.

Does this help?

Frasi esempio "Differences"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con install/downloud. Differences?.
A: wow, thank you.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con Differences between tale and story.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con I would and I will. Differences?.
A: I would like you to meet my friend
I will make you happy
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con Differences between NEARBY and NEARLY.
A: Nearby: refers to the location of something.

"Is there a cafe nearby?"
"Madrid is nearby."

Nearly: suggests that something almost happened

"I nearly got full marks!"
"I nearly got hit!"
"I nearly forgot your name!"
"I nearly died!"

[note how all of these can be replaced with 'almost' as nearly is a synonym for it]

Traduzionde di "Differences"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Differences between smart and intelligent
A: The words are synonyms and can be used interchangeably. In my opinion, intelligent sounds more formal than smart, but you can use either word and it does not make much of a difference.

You could say “she is intelligent” or “she is smart” and they would mean the same thing.

Hope this helps 😊
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? Differences between there was/ there were/ had
A: In that context it’s just an extra word to indicate they bought the car in the past. It’s called the past perfect tense.

You can also use it to say that something was done in the past, but it continues to be done in the present, so you use “had been” for that.

“The police had been investigating the burglary for 2 weeks.”

“She had been stealing money from her mom since last week.”
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? What is The Differences Between American, British, and Australian English ?
A: i want learn english but i started with learn english page of facebook this ia australian page mangment abc austrlian for learn english if start with have problem for talk and usnderstand with us speker ?

Altre domande riguardo "Differences"

Q: (1) Differences of opinions.
(2) Disagreements.

(1) I need to say that I have discrepancies in the opinions with someone.
(2) Разногласия. Lack of agreement due to dissimilarity in opinions, views.

Example of the sentence:
Despite the fact we have the discrepancies/differences in our opinions, I'd like to keep the borders and don't get personal (I want to say don't go to personal insults or smth like that)
A: Sad , what do you think of these?
(I did not understood Разногласия 🙂, google says "Disagreements")

Hear some ideas for you...

■ Despite the fact that we have ①, I'd like to ② and ③.

① ==
= "different opinions"
= "a different opinion"
= "some discrepancies"
→❌ "Differences of opinions.", just above.
→❌"Disagreements" == That could be you both "against" a third party.

② ==
= "to establish the limits"
= "to estate the limit"
= "to let the limit(s) clear"

③ ==
= "we don't need to get personal"
= "we don't need to be rude*"
= " we don't have to be gross *"
= " we don't have to become vulgar *"
* "vulgar", "gross", "unpolite"...

P.S. NOTE → "gross" better if the tone is high... It could be taken as another insult, a polite one ...

🙂🙂
Q: Differences in language, culture and place of residence are not the only reasons for the breakdown of international marriages and relationships. In the end, gender is everything. Because even Americans often get divorced. sembra naturale?
A: I’m not sure that gender is everything, what about marriages between people of the same gender? However, your English is perfect
Q: I wish you didn't talk like that.
I wish you hadn't talked like that.
I wish you would talk like that.

Differences, please? sembra naturale?
A: ''I wish you hadn't talked like that to me'' Sounds most natural ^u^

"I wish you didn't talk like that to me" Would also be a good response. Although it's *slightly* less natural, the context in which this is said makes this a good response nonetheless
Q: Differences between American English and British English.
A: I can't describe the accent differences but you can just listen to BBC and then CNN or something

British English has extra o's or u's in some words and has an S where Americans use a Z.
Favourite (UK) -> Favorite (US)
Foetus -> Fetus
Realisation -> Realization

Some vocabulary is different ->
Candy floss -> Cotton candy
Flat -> Apartment
Lift -> Elevator

Some tenses and grammatical vocabulary is different
Whilst -> While
Amongst -> Among
Learnt -> Learned
Dreamt -> Dreamed
Q: Differences between "doing good" and "doing well" please 🙏.
A: When you say "good" it mean desirable. When you say "well" you're referring to your health.

Example:
Person A: How are you doing?
Person B: I am doing well. (Talking about your health)

Person 1: How are you doing?
Person 2: I'm doing good.
(My life is desirable and therefor I am good.)

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