Q: this audio clip とはどういう意味ですか?
A: How else was I to keep track of you?
How else was I to keep up with you or what other way was I to know what you were doing?
Q: I watched a clip called "Ellen and Tom Hanks Have a Pixar-Off!" where Ellen and Tom improvised their Pixar movie characters. Here, what does "Pixar-off" mean? Is it something like a spin-off? Please help me with this. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "-off" is used to talk about a competition. You hear it a lot in phrases like "dance-off" (dancing competition) and "drink-off" (drinking competition). It's very colloquial.

"Pixar-off" probably means a competition to see who knows more about Pixar movies.
Q: What the clip is saying? Don't they say you sometimes ___ previous incarnation? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I’m pretty sure it’s “Don’t they say you sometimes - we call it the previous incarnation?”

In other words, “Don’t we sometimes call it the previous incarnation?”
Q: the mile-a-minute clip Trump was talking at. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "a mile a minute" means someone is doing something very fast, usually talking. A clip can mean a short video or a section taken from a video
Q: "clip that garboon" in 523 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Garboon is a racist word for black person. I think gar= garbage and boon = baboon. He's saying he wants to assault the black guy personally


Q: could you correct it

the clip tells a fox gets under arrest because of felony tax evasion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Do you mean someone was arrested for tax evasion ? By fox do you mean a crafty person ?
Q: could you correct it

the clip shows a lot of people like John Kim having waited for a long time to board the ferry which is unpleasant. In the mean while a womann waiting in line to board the ferry almost went crazy を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “The clip shows a lot of people, like John Kim, waiting for an extended amount of time to board the ferry, which doesn’t seem very pleasant. In the mean time, a woman waiting in line to board almost went crazy!”


The commas I put around “like John Kim,” are there because it is extra information and without that phrase, the sentence would still make sense.
I changed, “waited for a long time,” to, “waiting for an extended amount of time,” to put more emphasis on the waiting period and because it sounds more professional.
“Which is unpleasant,” was changed to, “which didn’t seem pleasant,” because it sounds more natural.
By using the ! Instead of a period was to exaggerate how the woman almost went crazy.

If I need to rephrase an explanation please let me know!
Q: could you correct it

the clip shows an evil woman tortures a soldier on the boat to prove she is the goddess of death. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The clip shows an evil woman torturing a soldier on a boat, proving she is the goddess of death.
Q: could you correct it

the clip tells the lesbian host tries to surprise guests pregnancy test after she shows the pregnancy test to the guests they are shocked を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Who's pregnancy results are they from? Here's what I reworded it to, I hope it helps:

A lesbian host manages to surprise and shock a number of guests by showing them the pregnancy results from a pregnancy test.
Q: in our clip を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: In our clip, we demonstrate how to prepare mapo tofu.
In our clip, we interview a professor of the university.


Q: I have received the clips. と I received the clips. はどう違いますか?
A: Have is used for the past tense
Q: a clip , to clip と a clamp , to clamp はどう違いますか?
A: Hi Eugene, I know this can be confusing but I'll try my best to clear it up for you. "To clip" can mean "to fasten" and "to cut" depending on what is being used.

Do you have a hair clip? I need to clip my hair. <<< Do a search on the internet for "hair clip" and you'll clearly understand what "to clip" means in this sentence.

Do you have a nail clipper (also called a nail cutter)? I need to clip my nails.<<< Do a search on the internet for "nail clipper or nail cutter" and you'll clearly understand what "to clip" means in this sentence.

Good luck!
Q: clip nails と cut nails はどう違いますか?
A: to clip nails you use clippers, to cut them you use scissors
Q: clip と footage はどう違いますか?
A: "The surveillance footage contained multiple clips of the robbery"
A clip is when you take a part of a video(or audio) and make a new video that contains just that part. You're clipping off a piece of it to form a new one.
Q: clip と footage はどう違いますか?
A: Clip is a small section of some footage.


Q: what is the clip is saying "make a ?" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Sounds like she could be referring to a type of french cuisine 🤔

Or the placement for something in an event. Or personal attire. I'd put my money on food as a GUESS.
Q: what is clip is saying "five do twelve equal sixty"? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Five into twelve equal to sixty"

This is not a normal way to say "five times twelve". The speaker does not sound like a native English speaker.
Q: what the clip is saying?"why?__man" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I don't know. It sounds like he is saying
"Why? Bloody man"
Q: What's the clip is saying?" I am getting___because? " は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: a little upset right now
Q: Could I have an audio clip for this phrase :" She's a native English speaker." Say it slowly and then fast? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?


Q: What the clip is saying? A little bit___let's continue. The background sound is fire alarm.
A: of disturbance from outside. It's gone, so
Q: This is a clip about Miley that showed on Tonight Show.
What is the meaning of "charged" in this narration?
A: That means a political position. When you work for the government you have a political charged.
Q: when do you use trim,clip and cut ?
A: Trim is for very very small sizes, clip is slightly more, and cut is most. Examples

“Can you trim my hair, maybe 5 cm?”

“can you clip my hair? 10cm please.”

“I would like to have 5 inches cut off my hair”
Q: I came across a clip and they say 'The Germans', 'The Japanese' and 'The Americans'. here, I wonder the difference between 'The + people' and just 'People' like 'Germans'. Plus, would 'Germans' and 'German people' mean the same thing? or there would be different nuance?
Thanks in advance!
A: Yes they do mean the same thing but the way we use it to explain something could be different, but I don't know that hehe
Q: Can I have an audio clip with the right pronunciation of this small paragraph?

You can answer the questions ALTERNATELY. You don't have to follow the sequence この表現は自然ですか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください