Q: What is happening with you? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: we don’t use it as a greeting
If we want to greet someone we say “how are you “
If you say “what is happening with you “ you will sound very rude.
Q: It was too much too soon. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: This is a phrase that usually describes a bad situation that someone was not ready for.

The event was "too much" for the person for the person to handle and happened "too soon" before the person was ready.

You can see how they are put together to mean this
Q: are you too nice for your own good ? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Someone who is kind but naive. That they will be taken advantage of for being too kind or trusting.
Q: was called to order とはどういう意味ですか?
A: One of the definitions of "order" is:
the customary or prescribed mode of proceeding in debates or the like, or in the conduct of deliberative or legislative bodies, public meetings, etc.

"Call to order" is a term that is usually reserved for organized meetings and courtrooms. In simple language it means to tell everyone in the room to be quiet and listen to the person who is running the meeting.

- The judge banged his gavel to call the courtroom to order.
- The meeting was starting late and all the people in attendance were beginning to talk loudly amongst themselves. Finally, the meeting was called to order and everyone quieted down.
Q: it is well within~ とはどういう意味ですか?

It is well within – it does not exceed.

Imagine that there is a boundary, or a fence on a property. You are talking about something that is safely within the boundary. It does not go beyond that line.

So, their ability to change the system is something that they are able to do. It would not require more power than they already have


Q: be going for を使った例文を教えて下さい。

She’ll be going for the red dress then the black dress.

He’ll be going for the motorcycle, it’s cool.

They’ll be going for a vacation time, on Monday.

We’ll be going for 3 months and seven days.
Q: so as to be を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “She walked slowly into the room so as to be quiet, since her sister was asleep.”
“She thanked her professor for her help, so as to be polite.”
“I put the lid on the pot so as to keep it warmer.”
Q: be about to を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1.I am about to reach home
2. I was about to get punished
3. The drama is about to air today
are these examples enough? ☺
Q: be subject to を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Subject to = affected by something, or possibly affected by something (usually bad)

He was subject to pain in his back.
He was subject to hate from his parents.
Q: I was like を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It’s a very common style of speaking in Southern California. My friends from other parts of the US tell me I have a California accent. 😅 I don’t think “I was like” or “He/She was like” are used commonly in other parts of the US but sometimes teenagers use that type of phrasing too no matter what region.


Q: “I was persuaded” と “I was talked into it” はどう違いますか?

You can be persuaded by things which are not talk. You might remember something, or you might see something, and these things will make you change your mind. But if you were talked into it, somebody used words.
Q: What are you thinking? と What are you thinking about? はどう違いますか?
A: Pretty much the same thing. What are you thinking could also be like saying what are you thoughts on this? Or what are you thinking about?
Q: I was so hungry that I ate too much. と I was hungry and so I ate too much. はどう違いますか?
A: I was hungry, so I ate a lot. That sounds more natural. If you say “I was hungry, so I ate too much”, that sounds like missing a stage in the middle —- which is eating a lot.
But if you say “I was so hungry that I ate too much”, that is very natural.
Q: I should be back right now. と I'll be back roght now. はどう違いますか?
A: Should means like "〜ないと@ なきゃ".

For example:

I should be back right now, but something happen.


I should be back right now or else my someone will be mad.

As for the second one. I'm not really sure what do u mean but if u wanted to be back immediately, for example : accident occurred at home n u want to go back immediately, it will be

" I'll be back right away "

I hope this helps ☺️
Q: will と be going to はどう違いますか?
A: will → 条件付きで起こること、あるいは新しい展開を受けて咄嗟に「じゃあこうなる・こうする!」と決めたときに使います。Thenとペアでよく使います。
※また、新聞記事とかの文語的な英語でどんな場合でも will を使ったりします。

be going to → 既に決まったことに対して使います。

A: Okay, the car is all packed. Do you need to use the bathroom before we go?
B: Hmm... How long is the trip again?
A: Two hours, and we're not going to make a rest stop for at least an hour.
B: Oh. In that case, I'll go to the bathroom real quick right now.
(一時間休憩をしないという情報を受けて、「じゃあ今行っておく」と will を使って言っています。)

A: Do you have any plans tomorrow?
B: Yeah. I'm going to get a new lamp for my room from the hardware store. I'll be free after that, though. Why?
(新しいランプを買うことを決めているので going to を使っています。それが終わったら暇だ、というのを条件・展開次第のものとして表しているので、 will を使っています。)


Q: Why he is so cute?

is it correct? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: ☒ Why he is so cute?
☑ Why is he so cute?
Q: What is he saying??:) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You've been singing a lot for us so I think we (both?) wanna sing for you, this is called Dr (.??..)
..That's what I heard 😅
Q: What is he saying??:) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Ariana, we all wanna say thank you to you for the... being so strong and so wonderful and uh, you've been singing a lot for us, so I think
Q: i won´t be は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I won’t be = I will not be
« I want not be » does not exist
Q: you are still maintain to discuss は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I think you are trying to say something like "they keep arguing" or if the person you're talking to won't stop arguing, it would be "you won't stop arguing"


Q: It is usually said “Class is over” and “Time for class”. Can I also say “Lesson is over” and “Time for lesson”?
A: Yes you could, but you would say ~the~ lesson is over or time for ~the~ lesson. Class is usually used as a state of being, which is why it doesnt require ~the~
Q: It is usually said “Class is over” and “Time for class”. Can I also say “Lesson is over” and “Time for lesson”?
A: In this case, “class” is actually a time expression rather than a countable noun. “Class (time) is over.” “Lesson” does not have this time marking meaning, so it needs an article.
Q: Which is correct: Growing up it was difficult for him or growing up was difficult for him?
A: Yeah this works. I added the while but you don’t really need it, my mistake. The two sentences you wrote in the original question mean different things. Growing up was difficult for him means that the process of growing up was hard. “Growing up, it was difficult for him” means that something specific (maybe an event, an experience) was difficult for him and he experienced it while growing up.
Q: I was seen to complain. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I saw the manager to complain…

That is clearer
Q: 3. So was I.
4. You won't ? Where are you going to ?
5.So am I.
6.So am I.
7. Neither am I.
8. So am I. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × 3. So was I.
✓ 3. So did I.

× Where are you going to ?
✓ Where are you going?

× 5. So am I.
✓ 5. So do I.

× 6. So am I.
✓ 6. So would I.

× 7. Neither am I.
✓ 7. Neither can I.