Helpの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Help」を含む文の意味

Q: what does the "I could have with some help this morning "mean? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: used to ask where someone put something.

What did you do with the keys?
Q: I would help you but I don't want do とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @xxxai 「I would help you but I don't want to」です。
Q: We were raised to never admit to needing help. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The "to" in this sentence is a preposition. The verb "to admit" takes gerunds (I think that is the same as what you call a verbal noun) not verbs.
As for your two sentences, the first one is incorrect, the second is fine, with pretty much the same meaning but a minor difference in tense.
There is a lot more detailed explanation here about the grammar in here if you'd like to read more: https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-remember-the-rule-a-gerund-used-after-‘to’-i-e-when-to-use-ing-form-after-to
Q: can't help but think とはどういう意味ですか?
A: “I can't help but think she is lying".

This means, because of the situation, I almost have to think she is lying.

So yes, 'it's difficult for me to think she is telling the truth' is close to the same meaning. [ 'it's difficult for me to think otherwise'. ]
Q: "Oh,help and bother!" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I just looked it up. Oh bother is an old form of the expression oh, brother.

「Help」の使い方・例文

Q: I couldn't help, but ~ を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I couldn’t help but to yell at her because she is getting on my nerve.

I know I am dieting but I couldn’t help myself eating those cookies.
Q: can't/couldn't help oneself.... を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "The food looked good, I couldn't help myself"

"I couldn't help myself, I was bored"

"I cry during sad movies. I can't help myself"
Q: help me plaseee を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 77 C
What he did is a dependent noun clause. It acts as the object for the verb 'know'.
Ex.
What he did was unacceptable!
I like where this is going.
I would like to know when he died.
How he did it is irrelevant.
78 D
You normally act on a stage.
79 D
This is highly dependent on the context.
Audience is an uncountable noun. The audience is the people that watch something, such as a play, a movie, etc.
80 B
This is a common expression.
81 A
Get can mean understand.
82 C
Some words are paired with others more frequently. Expose yourself more to English to find out more about that.
83 B
Same as last.
84 D
Either is between two clauses:
Either this is correct or this is incorrect.
Same with neither.
Each of is used for adressing each part of a group:
Each of a dogs had spots.
Both is used for two things:
Both of us are right-handed.
The use of both coal and natural gas is less clean than the use of solar power.
85 A
Neither with nor. Either with or.
Q: help me plaseeeee✨✨✨✨😭😭😭 を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1.A
2.B
3.B
4.D
5.B
6.D
7.D
8.C
9.C
10.C
11.C
12.D
13.A
I'm not 100% sure but if any of you find something wrong with my answers pls correct me I hope they are right tho
Q: I need help in homework :/ を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 5 and 7 in ex 6 should be switched.

5. Can you pick up Garry after school?

7. My parents always see of my brother when at the train station when he goes away to University.

PS: I need to see ex 4 to solve the other questions, since it says so in the instructions.

Hope I helped :)

「Help」の類語とその違い

Q: But for your help, と Without your help はどう違いますか?
A: Both are talking about something that would not have happened, if the help had not been given. The meaning is the same, but the usage is a little bit different.

(your friend helps you study for the test)
"But for your help, I would have failed" is OK
"Without your help, I would have failed" is OK

(but if you are asking a question, it's different)
"How can I pass the test without your help?" is OK
"How can I pass the test, but for your help?" is unnatural

So, "without your help" is more common, and works in most situations.
"But for your help" is less common, and means that the *only* thing that made me pass the test was your help. Without the help, I *absolutely* would have failed.
Q: help と assistance はどう違いますか?
A: They are basically the same thing. You can either ask someone for their help or assistance with homework, a chore, etc.
Q: helphelp out はどう違いますか?
A: "Help" basically means to give assistance with a specific problem. "Can you help me clean the room?"

"Help out" is more generally assistance in solving whatever problem has occurred. "My room was an absolute mess, but he helped me out."

The usage is a little bit different. "He helped clean the room" versus "He helped out with cleaning the room."
Q: could you help me と could you help me out はどう違いますか?
A: I think both are the same.
but It sounds like "Could you help me out?" calls more to immediate action than "Could you help me?"
Q: helphelp out はどう違いますか?
A: 1. Anything (people, animals, objects, etc) can "help." Usually only people can "help out."
2. "Help out" generally refers to the act of helping. It doesn't specify what a person helped to do.
3. Usually you can replace "help out" with "help," but you cannot replace "help" with "help out."

「〜することを手伝ってくれますか。」
"Can you help me (do something)?" = Correct
"Can you help me out (do something)?" = Wrong

「お手伝いできることがあれば、お知らせください。」
"Let me know if you need me to help out" = Correct
"Let me know if you need me to help" = Correct

「Help」を翻訳

Q: What can I help you ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: How can I help you?
Q: please help me to make these sentences natural. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts. It makes me look back at my latest job situation. Keep going.

if you're looking for a way to make it sound natural. Decision or situation can work well for sentence. Thoughts has to be plural because it can be more than one thing a person thinks.
Q: Could you help me は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I think it means that technology can be considered less flawed where humans in control can be distracted or slow to react when in control of a car. Taking out the human factor can make transportation safer.
Q: help me ! 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: Please help me corect them: In these rainy days, I felt so bad. I realized I remember you and long time no see. One day, I want to see you. So, Do you have free time at next evening Sunday? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Its rainy lately, Suddenly i remember about you, i missed you. Do you have free time? So i can meet you and we can spend our time together.

「Help」についての他の質問

Q: Guys🥰
Could you please help with my sentences?
I want to know the most natural way to say this!!
Please pretty please help me!!🥺🥺🌷

1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather.

2.Last night I got sick pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.

4.The weather is getting cooler.

5.My little brothers birthday is coming up I have no idea what I get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.
A: 1. “I’m feeling a bit under the weather” is fine.
2. “Last night I got pretty sick.” Repeating the verb too many times is awkward.
3. “The Netflix interface changed.”
4. “The weather is getting colder.” In English cooler is very uncommon and not alot people say it, colder is a more natural word.
5. My little brothers birthday is coming up. I have no idea what to get him.” Use periods to break up sentences that are too long. Verbs are usually used in this format, “I had no idea what to get,” “I had no idea what to do.” Removing “for” from the phrase, “what to get for him” makes it sound more natural. For is unnecessary since we already know who you’re getting it for when you say, “what to get him.” However using “for him” is also fine.
6. “I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.” Is correct.
Q: Guys🥰
Could you please help with my sentences?
I want to know the most natural way to say this!!
Please pretty please help me!!🥺🥺🌷

1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather.

2.Last night I got sick pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.

4.The weather is getting cooler.

5.My little brothers birthday is coming up I have no idea what I get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.
A: 1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather. (Natural)

2.Last night *I felt* pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable. ?? (Please explain)

4.The weather is getting cooler. (Natural)

5.My little *brother's* birthday is coming up. I have no idea what I *will* get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself. (Natural)
Q: Guys🥰
Could you please help with my sentences?
I want to know the most natural way to say this!!
Please pretty please help me!!🥺🥺🌷

1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather.

2.Last night I got sick pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.

4.The weather is getting cooler.

5.My little brothers birthday is coming up I have no idea what I get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.
A: 1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather. (Natural)

2.Last night I *felt* pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.?? Please explain further,

4.The weather is getting cooler. (Natural)

5.My little *brother's* birthday is coming up. I have no idea what I *will* get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself. (Natural)
Q: Guys🥰
Could you please help with my sentences?
I want to know the most natural way to say this!!
Please pretty please help me!!🥺🥺🌷

1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather.

2.Last night I got sick pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.

4.The weather is getting cooler.

5.My little brothers birthday is coming up I have no idea what I get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.
A: this is almost perfect English.
For the second one it would be “last night I got pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.”
The 5th would be “my little brothers birthday is coming up. I have no idea what I will get for him” or “I have no idea what to get him”
Q: Guys🥰
Could you please help with my sentences?
I want to know the most natural way to say this!!
Please pretty please help me!!🥺🥺🌷

1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather.

2.Last night I got sick pretty sick. I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.

4.The weather is getting cooler.

5.My little brothers birthday is coming up I have no idea what I get for him.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.
A: 1.I’m feeling a bit under the weather.

2.Last night I got pretty sick. Or 'Last night I got sick pretty badly.'* (This sentence is more natural.)
I ended up taking a pill.

3.Netflix's system has been changed for some reason. it’s pretty uncomfortable.

4.The weather is getting cooler.

5.My little brother's birthday is coming up. I have no idea what to get for him. Or 'My little brother's birthday is coming up BUT I have no idea what to get for him'.

6.I’ve been writing my diary in English every single day since January. I’m so proud of myself.

I'm proud of you too. Well done ✨

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