Q: among below dialogue , What does it mean? " It's a thing about me"

Jules: I'm gonna have another. Anybody else?

Jules: We'll all have doubles. No, it's okay. I can drink.
It's a thing about me.
A: Generally "it's a thing about me" = "it's a fact about me" or "It's something to know about me".

So in this case, it sounds like she is proud of her drinking ability, and maybe she is bragging about her ability to tolerate alcohol. so basically she's saying "I can handle more alcohol, I'll be okay drinking more, this is a fact about me that I can deal with this much alcohol".
Q: It's from a dialogue of a legal drama.
"And his defense seems to be a variation on holding his breath and threatening to turn blue." とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means the defense is threatening to do something pointless, because if you try to hold your breath and turn blue your body won't allow it.
Q: I found this dialogue .

A man : Relax. Take a deep breath. Pat yourself on the back. U r doing one hell of a job.

A lady(Telemarketer) : (chuckling) Well, thank u, Mr.

In this context, What does the man mean by saying "U r doing one hell of a job."? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: He is saying that she is doing a good job. She is a telemarketer and is trying to sell him something. He is saying that she is doing her job of selling well.
Q: you are welcome , here you are. it is in my dialogue .. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: When someone says "thank you" you say "you are welcome" as a polite response
Q: about dialogue 11 , why is this word ' sound' in line 2 from the top used ? and also the word ' smell' in line4 from the bottom , too. and why doesn't fruit cup in line 3 from the bottom have 'a'? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The word 'sounds' in "a burger sounds good" means it "seems good" :)


Q: dialogue を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He is an expert at writing dialogue. 
There's very little dialogue in the film.
Q: A dialogue about HOW TO ASK FOR DIRECTIONS. Thanks を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: A: Excuse me sir. I am a little lost. Can you show me how to get to_______?
B: Sure you need to head up this road and turn left at the stop sign.
A: Okay. And do I keep going straight after that?
B: Well you'll see a road sign that says ______. Once you pass that one, it will be the next turn.
A: Thank you so much for your kindness Sir. You have a great day.
Q: A dialogue about HOW TO ASK FOR DIRECTIONS. Thanks . を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Hey can you tell me where the nearest bank is?
There's one right over there.
On the other side of the street and down a block.
Oh, yeah, I see it, beside the donut store.
Yeah, that's it. There's another one behind it.
Oh, do they both have ATM's?
Yes but if all you want is an ATM, there is one in the store right behind you.
Turn around and look. Right there!
OK, I see it. Thanks a lot!
Q: please can you help me to make a dialogue (just 10 senteces) using must - mustn - can and cant. is a conversation between a teacher and student. my english still is no very well. is for a kid, with basic english を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: An example dialogue could go like this:

Teacher: For the test tomorrow you MUST bring a pencil and an eraser since we will be drawing some graphs.
Student: CAN we use calculators?
Teacher: Yes. Calculators are allowed but you CAN'T use your cell phones.
Student: How long will the test take?
Teacher: The test will take two hours. You MUST NOT leave the room during the two hours. If anyone needs to use the washroom then they MUST go before the test.
Teacher. If I catch anyone cheating then you will get a zero and MUST take a re-test.

I don't really hear "musn't" in everyday speech. People usually use "can't" even if "can't" and "musn't" are different.
Q: could you make a short dialogue to use this line ' how do you think ..?'? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: could you just write the line again. just the line you want.


Q: dialogue と conversation はどう違いますか?
A: a conversation is when you are speaking to another person, dialogue is the conversations between characters in a story
Q: dialogue と converciation はどう違いますか?
A: a dialogue is a type of conversation
Q: dialogue と conversation はどう違いますか?
A: Dialogue is any speaking. (Conversation is included.)

Conversation is when atleast two people talk to eachother.
Q: dialogue と actor's lines はどう違いますか?
A: Actor's lines are dialogue. Actors read/ remember from a dialogue
Q: dialogue と conversation はどう違いますか?
A: A dialogue is generally more structured than a conversation.


Q: The dialogue below は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: A: Excuse me.
B: Hi, how may I help you?
A: Have you seen a girl listening to music with earphones on?
B: No, I haven't.
A: I see. Could I ask one more question?
B: What is it?
A: I'm coming up blank here... ah yes, I remembered. Could you tell me how I can get to station "A"?
Q: Could you let me know what's usually used in dialogue of these sentences?
1. He gave me a ride to home.
2. He drop me off at home.

1. I'm driving her home.
2. I'm giving him a ride to home.
3. I'm dropping him off at home. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
He dropped me off at home. - if it's in the past

He's dropping me off at home - if it's in the future

He's going to drop me off at home - if it's in the future

"he drop me off at home" is unnatural in that situation
Q: dialogue は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: this is a dialogue in the friends
but i cant hear this sentence "if you're gonna start with that stuff we're outta here"
especially "if your're gonna~"
could you give me a sound how to pronounce? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: their dialogue is not complete は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: Can you please make a dialogue using "return your favor"
A: You carried my heavy bag, so I will return the (your) favour by cooking a meal. あ!ありがとうございます!
Q: This is texting dialogue.
Which is more natural?

I'll go to school!
Lin, do you not need to sleep (´・ω・`)??

I'm lonely
There is school!
Rin-san is okay if you don't sleep?
A: I'll list all that sound natural!

"I'm lonely!"
"I'm going to school! / "There is school?"
"I'm bored/ Boringggggg"
"Lin, are you not going to sleep (´・ω・`)??"

Hope this could help!
Q: A dialogue implies both people speaking この表現は自然ですか?
A: The grammar is good, but you didn't put a period at the end. Also, it should be:
A dialogue implies both people "are" speaking.
Q: This is a dialogue from a bartender to a customer. "My bar serves you only straight." この表現は自然ですか?
A: "My bar only serves drinks straight." This would mean if you order a rum, there will be only rum in your glass, nothing else -- no coke, no ice, etc...

"My bar only serves straight customers." This would mean that if you are drunk, you will be refused service.

Your sentences leave me wondering if you mean my first or second example. Possibly even a third meaning..
Q: In this dialogue,,

B: I heard he was run out of town by the mob.
A: I heard he got a mail order bride,
and move to North Korea.
B: As if.

How should i interprete that "As if"?.
(Maybe? or Possibly?)
A: As if means that you highly doubt something