Eightiesの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Eighties」を含む文の意味

Q: high eighties とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: He is in his late eighties とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that the age of the person is somewhere between 86/87and 89.
Q: He is in his late eighties とはどういう意味ですか?
A: His age is between 85 and 89.
Q: He is in his late eighties とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The man is More than 85 but less than 90 years of age ..

「Eighties」の類語とその違い

Q: He is in his eighties. と He is eighties. はどう違いますか?
A:

The first one is correct
The second one is not

That is the difference

「Eighties」についての他の質問

Q: He thinks the eighties and nineties are the best decades ever, even if he didn't live those years この表現は自然ですか?
A: × He thinks the eighties and nineties are the best decades ever, even if he didn't live those years
✓ He thinks the eighties and nineties are the best decades ever, even if he hadn’t been born yet.

Q: He's very attached to the eighties and nineties because he thinks they are the best decades in the world. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Or
Best decades in history
Q: By the late eighties, the population had grown threefold.
By the late eighties, the population had become three times as large as before.

Houses cost as much again as ten years ago. 
Houses cost twice as much as ten years ago.

Can these two sentences both mean the same?
A: By the late eighties, the population had grown threefold.
By the late eighties, the population had become three times as large as before.
^ These mean the same thing

Houses cost as much again as ten years ago.
^ Sounds a little off, maybe means "Houses decreased in value since ten years ago and just now returned to their original price"
Houses cost twice as much as ten years ago.
^ Means house price has doubled compared to ten years ago
Q:
By the late eighties, the population had grown threefold.
By the late eighties , the population had three times as large as before.

Houses cost as much again as ten years ago. 
Houses cost twice as much as ten years ago.

Houses cost a third as much again as ten years ago.
Houses cost a third times as much as ten years ago.

Are these sentences both the same meaning?
A: "By the late eighties, the population had grown threefold." = "By the late eighties, the population had grown three times as large as before."

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"Houses cost as much again as ten years ago." isn't natural, but "Houses cost twice as much as ten years ago" is natural.
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"Houses cost a third as much again as ten years ago." isn't natural, and "Houses cost a third times as much as ten years ago" should be "Houses cost three times as much as ten years ago."
Q: 80's - eighties
90's - nineties
how do you say: 00's and 10's?
A: Noughties and tens

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