Q: phrasing 'Turn the lights down low' とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means to make less light in the room, to dim the lights or to turn some of the lights off so that the room is not as bright. Turning the lights down low in your song means that they are creating a romantic situation. That the people in the room are going to become romantic and intimate.
Q: "phrasing" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it means the words you chose to say. often there are many ways to get across the same idea, so phrasing is the way you say something.


Q: phrasing と expression はどう違いますか?
A: Do you mean phrase and expression?

Simply put, an expression is more like a saying, an idiomatic way of expressing something in less literal, less familiar terms:

For example:

Every cloud has a silver lining
(Good things come after bad things)

Get a taste of your own medicine
(Get treated the way you've been treating others (negative))

Give someone the cold shoulder
(Ignore someone)

Go on a wild goose chase
(To do something pointless)

A phrase is just ANY sequence of words, usually less than a sentence.


Q: About the phrasing "A sceptre of fire"
Does it mean "a sceptre made of fire" or "fire made by sceptre"?
A: The sceptre is made of fire.
Q: ''I like your phrasing '' does this sound natural? Or, perhaps, ''I like the way you phrase it''
I am referring to a musical performance here.
What would you say instead?
A: I like your phrasing.
Q: I want to say that " If I lived alone in abroad, I would be lonely." Does this phrasing natural?
A: Take out "in" and it's perfect.
Q: Which phrasing is more natural to a native English speaker's ear, "I bought a Madonna's CD" or "I bought a Madonna CD" and "I went to a Madonna's concert" or "I went to a Madonna concert"
A: It's either "I bought Madonna's CD" or "I bought a Madonna CD". I feel like they would be used in slightly different situation. For example, the first could be an answer to a question like "whose cd did you buy?" or "which if the cd's did you buy?". The second would be more general, so for example "I went to the store and bought a madonna cd", while if you say "I went to the store and bought madonna's cd", it's almost as if you're referring to one cd in particular. Exact same case with the concert one, both will be understood, but there's a subtle different.