Q: Phil prefers doing it his way とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that Phil will do something in the way or manner that he wants to do it.
"I told Phil to remove the top of the washing machine to repair inside, but he prefers doing it his way, by taking the back off".
Q: Quite independently of one another, Phil and Sid had as big an impact on marketing thought as anyone else I know. とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: Phil と feel はどう違いますか?
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Q: Phil हाल to kuch ptani kab jaogi は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
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Q: I ain't marching anymore : Phil Ochs decided to not march because he does not want to fight for is country anymore. He made a song to denounce wars because to many people died. He hold the old people responsible. His country is responsible too. The Singer denounces all these wars and the violence, the dead and he does not want young people to march. He wants people to rebel. It is a protest song because he denounces and wants people to act. Phill Ochs denounces the governments that manipulate the young and send them to war. The singer is a hero because he change mentalities with a song and he wanted to save innocent lives but others might think he is a coward or even a traitor. He is a myth in America. この表現は自然ですか?
A: First, you made a couple of typo mistakes like “fight for HIS country” and “because TOO many people have died”

Repeating the word “Denounces” too many times make it sounds redundant. Replace it with synonyms like defies, accuse will make the whole paragraph much more enjoyable to read.
Q: Hey Phil, Don't let them look. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Pretty good job
Q: -what? Phil you've only been married two months. what's going on?
-you just don't understand. there are just some difference we haven't been able to work out. この表現は自然ですか?
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Q: A: "Looks like Phil saw his shadow and we'll have an early spring in the US"

B: "Wait! I thought it worked the opposite way. If the groundhog sees its shadow, you have 6 more weeks of winter."
A: "I thought it was the other way around"
Q: Which is correct "you and I" or "you and me"? And I can't say "me and Phil"?
thank you for helping me💕
A: It depends on the context!
For example, "This casserole is for you and me" and "Thiis casserole is for me and Phil" would be fine, but you would have to say "Phil and I made this casserole."

When "me/I" is the subject, always use "I." When it is the object, always use "me," even if there are other people involved.