Q: She hit her ... while she was playing football.
1.motor 2.tail 3.shoulder
what is the answer, also could you please explain とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 3. Shoulder. Football, American or European, is a physical sport, where you can hit your body. The answer is a body part, of a human.

Motor is a machine part, tail is an animal body part. Shoulder is a human body part.
Q: are you up for watching a football game?? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Are you up for" is like "Do you want to"

Do you want to watch a football game?
Q: The football team had just won state that year. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yes. It means the team came in first in the state they belong to. They will then be able to take on other state teams to become the first in their country.
Q: football is more ethnic. profoundly explain it pls とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I believe this might be referring to European football - which Americans call 'soccer'. My only guess would be that they are saying 'soccer' (or football) is more often composed of teams with players of non Anglo decent. Or ethnicities other than Anglo American.
Q: The football coach was riding him, screaming intensely at him とはどういう意味ですか?
A: example: parents often ride their children to pass the college entrance exam"

Your english teacher rides you to perfect your grammar

Meaning, makes them work hard (usually against their will)


Q: 请问下面这些句子正确吗?
I know with whom to play football.
I know whom to play football with
I know who to play football with
I know which school to play football at.
I know at which school to play football.
I know where to play football. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Generally, we just use 'who.' 'Whom' sounds a bit awkward and mostly we only use it for writing. They are all correct except for the sentences with 'whom.' 'Whom' is only used for the object (宾语).

Examples of who vs whom:
Who is that?
That is whom I love.
Whom will we invite to the pool?
We will invite people who can swim well.

The sentences that sound most natural to me are:
I know who to play football with.
I know which school to play football at.
I know where to play football.
Q: He was used to play /playing football, when He was young ..
play or playing を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You wouldn’t say “He was used,” because that would mean some other person was using him to play football.

“He used to” means he did something many times or for some time in the past:

“She used to love K-pop.”

(She doesn’t like it now.)

“He used to have black hair.”

(Now his hair is gray.)

“He was —ing” means he was doing it at one particular time in the past.

“She was cooking breakfast when the stove exploded.“

(You’re only talking about what was happening on the stove exploded.)

“They were walking to the park when he asked her to marry him.”

(A detail of the story of their marriage, not necessarily something they did often.)

Q: football pool を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Everyone placed their bets in the football pool.
Q: football を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: football と soccer はどう違いますか?
A: Pour un américain, le "football" est ce qu'ils jouent au "Super Bowl" et le "soccer" est ce qu'ils jouent à la Coupe du Monde."
Q: at the football game と in the football game はどう違いますか?
A: At the football game implies being there physically (like in the stadium): "at the football game, we saw John hurt his leg". While in the football game is used more for recounting what happened "in the football game last night, John made a touchdown"
Q: football ground と football field はどう違いますか?
A: The mean almost the same thing. A football ground is the area where a stadium or arena is built. The football field is the area of the ground that they actually play football on.
Q: we played football と we played a game of football はどう違いますか?
A: We played football can mean that you just went out and threw a ball around with friends, etc. or that you played a game of football.
We played a game of football means that you actually played a timed game with all the rules of football, with two teams, scoring, etc, until one team wins.

We had a little time before leaving, so we went out in the yard and played football.
Over the weekend, we gathered our friends and played a game of football. 🏈
Q: I have played football(present perfect) と I have been playing football(present perfect continuous) はどう違いますか?
A: in present perfect the main thing is a result, in present perf. cont. - the action.
for ex. I have done my homework( result) and I've been doing my homework from 5 to 6 pm ( the intresting here that you had a long process)


Q: In football game, the casters are saying 3:0 (three no? three nu? three niu?). what is the word for the number "0"? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Nil

it's an old word for zero (think it actually means "nothing")

Hardly every used except in Britain in reference to sports scores. At least I never hear anyone in the US say it, but we are all familiar with it and know what it means. We just don't use it ourselves.

In the US we would say "three to zero" or "three-nothing"
Q: This is an i_____ to the football match. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I’m sorry, I can’t understand what you’re asking. Would you want to say it in a different way?
Q: 特に好きなチームはないが、footballの試合を見るのが好き。 は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: you can say it like this:
Although I don’t have a favourite football team, I like watching football matches.
I like watching football matches but I don’t have a favourite team.
Q: How do you say when you are playing football(soccer), but opposite team made one goal against our team. 'lost a goal'? 'conceded a goal?' And what about opposite situation? 'win a goal'? 'score a goal?' は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: We gave up a goal to the other team.
Q: football は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Football in US English is soccer.


Q: Who is best football player all time in thinking in British people? この表現は自然ですか?
A: To make this sound slightly more natural:
"For British people, who do you think is the best football player of all time?"

Or to make it sound even more natural:
"Who do you think is the best football player of all time?"
He played football yesterday morning ,he really like to play it ,he play football for one hour everyday ,but he fall down yesterday.and his foot has sprained,so he got a gypsum,and he can't play football anymore,he feel too bad .
A: "He played football yesterday morning, he really liked to play it. He played football for one hour everyday, but he fell down yesterday. His foot has gotten sprained, so he got a gypsum, and now he can't play football anymore because his foot hurts too bad." Try to avoid long sentences with commas and try to use words like "because" and "and." Also, periods and commas are always placed right next to a letter and not with a space like this: "Hello ." "Hello."
Q: I played football
I did play football
I did played football .
* which one is correct? and why ? *
A: @Seyfi97
It depends. If the person wants to associate themselves with the event, they will use simple past tense. If they want to show a distant relationship from the event, they will use past perfect tense.
Q: Why is football called football if you play it with your hands?
A: Cause sometimes American language makes no sense 😂
In British English, football is the one played by foot and soccer is played by hands
Q: After a long football match,i've decided to go home without use any public transport.when i weighed myself i founded that i've lost 2.5 kg in one day. この表現は自然ですか?
A: After a long football match, I decided to go home without using public transport. When I weighed myself I found out that I/I've lost 2.5 kg in one day

Always add a space after a comma and a period. And always start with a capital after a period. When an "i" it's by itself it's always a capital letter