Q: including とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: "including but not limited to" とはどういう意味ですか?
This phrase means "including x, y, and z, but also anything related to it"

This phrase is often used on tests in English.
You may not have the following devices including but not limited to:
-cell phones

(Here this sentence says anything basically electronic is banned.)


Q: include を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "I'd like to include Mary in the meeting, but she's always late."
"Does the price include tax?"
"Including all expenses, it comes out to around $2,000."
Q: include を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Include your name on the front."
"Remind me to include the strawberries later."
"I love everything about school, including homework."
"I have included information that is useful."
"Do not include any bad words!"

Q: including を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He was wearing a hoodie and dressed in black, including gloves.
Q: including を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Jess invited everyone, including Jenny.

I want everything on my plate, including beans.


Q: include と contain と comprise はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same thing, but sometimes their usage are different.

Include - to insert something or someone in

If you don't include her on our school work, she's going to be mad at us.
Did you include your curriculum on your email message?

Contain - to have something or something already in

This box contains all my life letters.
Does it contain all the features?

Comprise - has the same sense from the previous words, but I'd use it like this

My father bought a new property which includes garden, attic and farm.
Q: include と contain はどう違いますか?
A: They are synonyms. They generally mean the same thing in everyday speech. However, if something is *inside* of something else, you would say "contain." For example, Google "containers." Jars contain cookies.
Q: include と contain はどう違いますか?
A: Yeah, contain means inside kind of but they have slightly separate meanings so they can't usually be interchanged. Include can mean like "this will be added" or "this is also there" or something like that. Like if someone tells you to "include a person" that means add them kind of, like let them be with you, "let them be included." So kind of like added. So contain can't be used in those situations. Contain usually means that object A holds object B inside it. "The jar contained sugar." You usually use "include" for a situation to make it part of a whole set. Like, "Dinner, a show, and one night in a hotel will be included in the $120.00 package." It tells you the parts of a whole. If you are still confused, I'm sorry. Feel free to ask more questions.
Q: include と including はどう違いますか?
A: They are different forms of the same word. Include is a verb (action word such as run, hug, or smile) while including is a preposition (words that tell you information such as about, above, across, or after). The only difference is grammatical. You can use whichever and people will understand, and as you hear them used it will become more natural. There isn't a set rule, it's something you learn through conversation. Here are some examples, though :)

"Most people like spicy food, including myself."
"This book includes a free CD."
"This book is $9.99, including a free CD!"
"Does the total include the rental fee?"
"Are you including the rental fee in the total?"

Good luck :)
Q: include と contain はどう違いますか?
A: "The kit includes batteries." (It comes with batteries)
"The box contains a toy." (There is a toy inside the box.)
"The course includes 2 lectures per week." (Part of the course is 2 lectures per week.)
"The fridge contains food." (There is food in the fridge.)

In general, I think "contains" is more about physical space, and "includes" is everything else.


Q: include は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: includeを使った例文を教えてください!
A: Please include me in your conversation.
That price does not include the shipping fee.
What topics were included in today's lecture?
She is a warm person. She always makes sure to include everyone.

It says that bio majors can come to this event for free... I'm a bio minor-- do you think that includes me?
The textbook doesn't include anything on that part of history.
Q: no more than three includes three itself? I mean that no more than three is 0,1,2?
A: No more than three does include three itself. So it can be 1,2 or 3 but no more than three.
Q: “Integers between 10 and 20” includes 10 and 20?
A: I would say yes. When we say “count from 1 to 10”, we start with 1 and end with 10. :)
Q: That's including you too! この表現は自然ですか?
A: "That includes you too!" would sound more natural. Your sentence is understandable though.