Everyoneの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Everyone」を含む文の意味

Q: It was like everyone had something to say about it, but me. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that everyone had decided that he should date the girl and they where not taking his opinion into consideration ( they did not care that he didn't want a girlfriend).
Q: “We washed everyone's mouth out with soap."

p.s. I watched Jimmy Kimmel show and the topic is "What is the Worst Thing You Ever Heard Your Mommy Say?" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Im going to wash your mouth out with soap is a joke people(mainly parents) say to kids when they say a bad word or talk back
Q: Why does everyone fixating on that? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it means the person saying that doesn't understand why everyone is focused on something, whatever it is that they're focused on.
Q: everyone aboard has been vetted by us for years. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: -Everyone involved has been critically evaluated by us for years.
-All people working here have been investigated by us for years.
-All participating have been checked out by us for years.

aboard - on a boat or plane or train. The idiom means: participating, employed by, or working on.
Q: not everyone is appreciating my banh mi on this bus, tough luck bus riders. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it does make sense! banh mí are delicious vietnamese sandwiches. the post means that the people on the bus probably think the food smells, and are making faces at her. your friend is saying "too bad"

「Everyone」の使い方・例文

Q: Hello everyone! I have a a question about the "indigo" colour - I know that's one of the main seven colours (of the rainbow) but do you ever use this colour to describe any objects in life? Is it common at all? Or is "dark blue" more common? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It's very rarely heard outside of being one of the colours of the rainbow
Q: Almost everyone を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Almost everyone does that.
Almost everyone was there.
I didn’t do that, but almost everyone else did.
Q: everyone and his dog を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Type "everyone and his dog", including the quotation marks, in Google and then press the "News" tab and you will see thousands of correctly used examples. This is a great technique to use for any word or expression in any language.
Q: To everyone を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: you may use for everyone as a substitute to to everyone but I used to everyone.I can't explain it in english.I cannot get the term used in my language.
Q: everyone を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: @Melissassr2016: would everyone like to go on holiday ✈
Everyone want to find love 😍
Everyone has a heart♥
Everyone would like more money 💵
Do you think everyone would like a beer 🍻

「Everyone」の類語とその違い

Q: It would be surprised for everyone と It is surprise to everyone と It has surprised to everyone はどう違いますか?
A: @capulking:

None of those are quite correct:

CONDITIONAL
It would surprise everyone
It would be a surprise to everyone

PRESENT
It surprises everyone
It is a surprise to everyone

PRESENT PERFECT
It has surprised everyone
It has been a surprise to everyone
Q: everyone と everybody はどう違いますか?
A: I can't think of any situation where they're not interchangeable.
Q: everyone と everybody はどう違いますか?
A: Je ne crois pas qu'il y a une grande différence, moi non plus. Mais je pense que « everyone » est plus courant à l'oral, tandis que « everybody » est plus courant dans l'anglais écrit.
Q: everyone と everybody はどう違いますか?
A: Every one is used in the current situation while everybody is about some future/past situation or some hypothetical situation. For example " Every one is happy here" and "Everybody looked sad there" or "Everybody must reach there in time". The difference is very small and almost unnoticeable.
Q: everyone と everybody はどう違いますか?
A: There is no difference! They both have the same meaning :)

「Everyone」を翻訳

Q: Hello everyone. Today I'm here to talk about a topic. It's overpopulation (population explosion). 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: To me everyone who stands on the stage as a comtestant is already a winner. Whether you win the contest or not is not important, the most important thing is that you gain something from each contest. Wish you all good luck1. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Pushing it in terms of time XD
Q: hello everyone 😊 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: everyone is or everyone are は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Since everyone is a singular pronoun it requires a singular verb.
Q: hello everyone は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: hello everyone

「Everyone」についての他の質問

Q: Hello, everyone! : )
How do you use these words "posh, stuck up, snobby"? How do you distinguisgh them? Which is more formal or casual? Could you please give me some examples of those?
Thank you!
A: yes you can use “exhibit intelligence” and in most cases this is the preferred use.

I used “exhibit education” purely because there was a class distinction between the education given to the wealthy as opposed to that given to the poor.

Snobbery is the verb form of snob. Stuck up is definitely used as a verb.

First photo is a normal person, second photo is with my nose held high, and looking down my nose (it’s slightly exaggerated as I’m sitting down rather than standing and looking down at someone).

I wasn’t the least bit posh = I’m not posh at all.

“Don’t say such hurtful things to me, I’m already crying.”

“Simon was pulling the wings off flies, so I told him to stop being so hurtful.”

“I gave the house a thorough search looking for my keys.”

“I couldn’t stand by and let the bully give Tom a thorough kicking. So I jumped into the fight.”

“I will stand by you through thick and thin.”

“I had to wade through the flood waters to reach the grocery shop.”

Defending champion = the champion who won last time, now has to defend his role to remain the champion this time.

Yup that’s the right definition for pathetic.

Arouse pity = means to make somebody feel pity

Arouse desire = to become sexually excited

Pity means that you feel empathy/sorry towards someone who is in a bad situation. People’s pride can be hurt if you pity them.

To think that somebody is pathetic means that you can see that someone is in a bad situation but you don’t feel very sorry for them. It can be used as an insult.
“You pathetic little worm. Get out of my sight.”

It’s only a minor difference between the two words. They can be used in formal or informal ways.

“She was suffering on that bus.”
“She went through hardships on that bus”
“She was distressed on that bus.”
You can use all three of these examples.

Hardships are generally linked to a passage of time that passes, which is why I used “went through”, or you could use “experienced” instead.

Toss a few prawns on the barbie = throw a few prawns on the barbecue to cook.

Ello guv’na! Nice wet ha were havin ey? = hello governor (boss or important person)! Nice weather that we are experiencing isn’t it?
Ey (or aye = yes) is an open ended question asking for agreement.

Inclined = more likely due to our personal preference

You used though perfectly 😀

I’m glad you enjoyed that 😀 I promise that when we talk over the net i’ll be slower 😀

I was trying to imitate an ex boyfriend, who talked like that...usually I’m a bit slower and use the same language that I usually write in 😀




Q: Hello everyone, my name is Binh. I came to the United States a few years ago, and I have not had any jobs that working directly with children. Even though I don't have much experience working with young children, my dream is to become a teacher. The group age that I wish to work with is children from 2-5 years old. My professional goal is to earn the associated degree in Early Childhood Education field and perhaps I will move back to my country and continue to persuade the teaching career. I love spending time with my nephew and making crafts. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Hello everyone. My name is Binh and I came to the United States a few years ago. While I have not had any employment working directly with children, I love spending time with my _ yr old nephew and my dream is to become a teacher for 2-5 yr olds. My professional goal is to earn an associate degree in Early Childhood Education and possibly move back to my country to further pursue my teaching career. In my spare time, I enjoy making crafts.
Q: OK everyone - here are the plans for the trip tomorrow. Firstly - pleas, shall you get an early night? The train doesn't wait for anyone who isn't there! I will be setting my alarm clock for 6:30, so I suggest you do the same! As you can see in the itinerary, we all will be meeting on platform 8 at 7:15. The train leaves at 7:30 and arrives in Brighton at 9:30. After we're getting there, we are having a meal at Ron's Restaurant on Brighton beach.

Then we're going to have a walk around the town and visit the museum. We will have finished the tour by about 4:30, so I'm sure we'll have been being back home by 7 or 8 o'clock. I hope your parents will wait for you at the meeting point. この表現は自然ですか?
A: OK everyone - here are the plans for the trip tomorrow. Firstly - please get an early night. The train doesn't wait for anyone who isn't there! I will be setting my alarm clock for 6:30, so I suggest you do the same! As you can see in the itinerary, we will all be meeting on platform 8 at 7:15. The train leaves at 7:30 and arrives in Brighton at 9:30. After we get there, we are having a meal at Ron's Restaurant on Brighton beach.

Then we're going to have a walk around the town and visit the museum. We will have finished the tour by about 4:30, so I'm sure we will be back home by 7 or 8 o'clock. I hope your parents will wait for you at the meeting point.
Q: Hello everyone! I hope you all are staying safe and healthy.

Please, would you mind letting me know my mistakes? A huge thank you in advance for your time and help with my English.

-¿De quién es este celular?

Whose is this phone?

- Las patas de la mesa.

The table´s legs.

- La clase de hoy.

The today´s class.

- El carro del papá de mi mejor amigo.

My best friend´s dad´s car.

- El honor de mi país.

My country´s honor.

-Una casa de piedra.

A house of Stone.

- Las de Andrea están acá.

Andrea´s are here/there.

-¿Dónde están los de su hermana?

Where are your sister´s?

- Los caballos de los tíos de mi mejor amigo.

My best friend's uncles' horses.
A: Whose phone is this?

Today's class

A stone house

My best friend's uncle's horses

(solo escribí las oraciones malas)
Q: Hello everyone!
Could you please correct these sentences? thankssss :***

-lightness of the jacket didn’t make me feel warmer
-after the photo shoot and after have tested the jacket, I decided to wear it again
-the wedding celebration is done in the church
-I want to wear something not to wintery
-I put my hair in a bun in order to show perfectly the jacket and all its details.
-wearing a long sleeves garment in summer
A: Are you referring to the color of the jacket? Like it's so bright that it reflects light, meaning you don't feel warmer? Or are you trying to say that it's very thin?

- "not too wintery" is fine in casual spoken language. Perhaps a more natural expression would be: "I don't want to wear something too wintery."
- "after having tested" is natural. You could maybe shorten the sentence slightly to: "after the photoshoot and having tested the jacket" (you don't need to say 'after' twice)
- The "done in the church" sentence does make sense, but it's more natural to say "the wedding celebration is held in the church." If you're talking about a specific wedding celebration in the future, then you should say "the wedding celebration will be held in the church."

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