Q: identification とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Papers that can prove that you really are who you say you are, such as your license
Q: carry identification とはどういう意味ですか?
A: ID(identification) is a document about that person in which can be used to recognise who they are for example s driving licence, passport etc. to carry it means they have to take it with them
Q: ​​FBI identification とはどういう意味ですか?
A: F.B.I stands for "Federal Bureau of Investigations" and the identification part specifies the tactics they use to identify you. Like finger prints, facial recognition, voice recognition. that stuff.
Q: It is primarily through our identifications with social groups that we define ourselves. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: As individuals we belong to, or we choose to be in what are called 'social groups' these may include your friends, your school, your family, your team etc. It is from these 'social groups' that we make our own identity.


Q: Your identification card is about to expire.
Oh, I hadn't noticed.
Oh, I haven't noticed.
Oh, I didn't notice. と Your identification card is about to expire.
Oh, I hadn't realized.
Oh, I haven't realized.
Oh, I didn't realize. はどう違いますか?
A: In this particular case, "I didn't realize/notice" will be the most appropriate response.
"I hadn't noticed" is basically I had not noticed (that my ID card is about to expire), which is in the PAST TENSE. (For example "If I hadn't noticed that the iron was on, our house would be on fire right now.)
"I haven't noticed" in this case, the speaker is saying that he/she haven't noticed that their ID card is about expire, yet. This response is in the PRESENT TENSE (For example, "I still haven't realised my true passion.")
"I didn't notice" in this case, the speaker says that he/she did not notice that their ID card is about to expire in the past, but they have, now. (For example, "I didn't notice how you are paler and paler everyday since the past few days.")
The same goes for the latter three responses, just the change of verb (to notice - to realise).
Q: identification と distinguishment はどう違いますか?
A: Identification is usually used when you are talking about finding out who a person is.
Distinguishment is being able to tell the difference between 2 people/things or what makes one person/thing different from everything else.
Security uses modern identification techniques like finger printing and eye recognition software to keep information confidential.
What distinguishes her from the rest is her ability to keep trying no matter how many times she fails.

Distinguishment is not commonly used. I’d say distinction is better.
The distinguishment/distinction between these two species of penguins is very subtle.
Distinction sounds more grammatical.
Q: identification と passport はどう違いますか?
A: Identification can be anything that signifies who you are, e.g., your drivers license, 18+ card or even your school ID and passport is just your passport, that is also your identification but you use it especially when you go traveling 👍🏼
Q: certification(certify) と verification(verify) と identification (identify) はどう違いますか?
A: To verify means to prove,show or find out that something is correct.
I verified the answers, they are all correct
[I found out the answers, they are all correct]
Please verify that your phone number and address are up to date.
The prosecutor verified the testimony of the witness.

To identify means to find out who someone is or what something is:
The doctor wanted to identify the source of the disease.
[The doctor wanted to find out what the source of the disease was]
When you fly to other countries, you must identify yourself by showing your passport
A trained botanist can identify an unknown plant.

1. To certify means to show that something is the truth or that it is correct.
2. to show that you have met certain requirements, usually in the workforce

Can you certify this document?
[Can you show that this document is correct?]

I'm certified to teach a foreign language
[I'm shown to be able to teach a foreign language]


Q: identification は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Identification
Q: Could you show me your identification card please? 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: I showed my identification card to the guard at the drop of a hat so that I did'nt look suspicious.

If there is any problem in this sentence, I'm glad if you tell me the problem.
A: The only error I see is that it should be "didn't" :-)
Q: ‎Which one?
I don't have any identification card on me, right now

I'm not carrying any identification card, right now

I don't carry any identification card, right now

The third one is ungrammatical I think.
A: the first one is correct
Q: For my identification, is it okay to use my passport? この表現は自然ですか?
A: --> "For my identification, is it okay *to use* my passport?"
Q: the identification of the market’s segments will influence the way a product will be packed and advertised and where and how it will be sold to maximize the profits の発音を音声で教えてください。
A: Hope this helps, good luck! :)
Q: I can visit you as the identification of international student. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I can visit you with the identification of an international student.