Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Lunchtime"s

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

Q: Che cosa significa “the lunchtime crowd stacks up into a wall of humanity.” what does wll of humanity?
A: It just means that the crowd is so big that you can't get through it.

Parole simili a "Lunchtime" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra I'm to get there by lunchtime. e I'm to reach there by lunchtime. ?
A: Both of them are supposed to be *i'm going there at lunchtime
Q: Qual è la differenza tra lunchtime e lunchhour ?
A: there's a huge difference between lunch hour and lunch time. Anyone who doesn't see that isn't really much of a native speaker. For example, Lunch hour is referring to your workplace have an hour lunch so the time of lunch which is an hour is your lunch hour when you're taking it. Lunchtime could be any amount of time given to you for lunch. For example some companies may give you an half hour lunch, a 20-minute lunch, or some me give you an hour or two hour lunch time. It's more commonly used because various workplaces have various lunch periods of time.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra It was drizzling around lunchtime yesterday. e There was some drizzle yesterday afternoon. ?
A: Both are used and correct, the difference is at the end "yesterday afternoon" apply for the whole afternoon, up until evening and is formal, whereas "lunchtime yesterday" is more informal and implies that it happened during 12:00 midday

Traduzionde di "Lunchtime"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? at lunchtime you can have lunch in the school canteen
A: Check the question to view the answer

Altre domande riguardo "Lunchtime"

Q: How long do you have lunchtime?
How long is your lunchtime? sembra naturale?
A: × How long do you have lunchtime?
✓ How long do you have for lunch?

× How long is your lunchtime?
✓ How long is your lunch break?

Q: Which one is correct?
- At lunchtime
- On lunchtime
- At lunch
- On lunch
A: At lunchtime and at lunch are correct
Q: It is open Monday-Friday lunchtime from 12-2 and in the evening from 5-10.

I'm confused:in the evening, is it open only from Monday-Friday or open every evening? I'm not sure 'in the evening' meansevery evening or Monday-Friday evening?
A: with the information given, it seems that it's only specifically Monday-Friday evenings that it opens from 5 to 10.
Q: 1. If we are to get there by lunchtime, we "had" better hurry.
2. If we are to get there by lunchtime, we "will have" better hurry.

(1 sentence is written on my english book,
2 sentence is written by me.
I don't know why 1 is correct. Is 2 possible too?)
A: First is correct and the reason the second doesn't make as much sense is because it would be

2. If we are to get there by lunchtime, we "will have to" hurry
Q: it's almost lunchtime, and no fish yet.
fish is the noun or the verb?
A: In this sentence, fish is a noun. A noun is a person, place, or thing. If you said "it's almost lunchtime, and we haven't fished yet" that would be a verb because it's referring to the act of going to catch fish.

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