Pleasantの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Pleasant」を含む文の意味

Q: Pleasant to be around とはどういう意味ですか?
A: in the area near to (something or someone): To be around:
examples:
Fish are abundant around [=near] the reefs.
I'm not sure where it is, but it must be around here somewhere.
Q: You and I belong together. Be Pleasant each other とはどういう意味ですか?
A: you and I belong together conveys a cringe message you know like destiny & all as if we were decided to be together .
Q: Pleasant each other とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Pleasant each other" doesn't make sense alone.

Do you mean, "Please each other"?
or
"Be pleasant to each other"?

「Pleasant」の類語とその違い

Q: Pleasant music と Enjoyable music はどう違いますか?
A: They are similar. However, I would suggest that enjoyable can relate to any music you enjoy, but 'pleasant' music is music that is not loud or fast. It's more relaxing and calming.
Q: Pleasant と Enjoyable はどう違いますか?
A: they are basically the same except pleasant is mostly used in more formal conversations. But you can use either
Q: Pleasant と unpleasant はどう違いますか?
A: Pleasant is something good, positive, nice. A person can be pleasant, therefore, be nice, well mannered etc. For Example: 'She was pleasant'. A smell or taste can also be pleasant, meaning pleasing to the tastebuds etc. For Example: 'The taste was pleasant' or 'It had a pleasant smell'. However, Unpleasant is the opposite of this, meaning something that isn't nice, rude etc.. For example: 'She was unpleasant' or a taste, smell ect. can be unpleasant. For example: 'It gave off an unpleasant smell' or ' The texture of the material was unpleasant'

「Pleasant」を翻訳

Q: Pleasant 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

「Pleasant」についての他の質問

Q: A Pleasant Matcha Time.

In Japan, while matcha-infused sweets and beverages such as matcha ice cream and matcha latte are popular, many Japanese people don’t matcha itself at all.

However, practicing the tea ceremony is popular. Over a million people practice it, and 90% of the practitioners are women. I believe more men practice it for mindfulness in recent years.

Could anyone make the sentences more natural? この表現は自然ですか?
A: Thanks for the corrections!

I found the word DRINK is dropped in my first sentence. “many Japanese people don’t DRINK matcha itself at all.”

The reason why many Japanese don’t drink matcha is because it’s not accessible, and making a cup of matcha yourself requires a couple of tea utensils.

How’s the sentence below?

“Many Japanese don’t drink matcha by itself”

Thanks again!
Q:
1. When I’m depressed, listening to Pleasant music makes me feel better.

2. When I’m stressed out, just eye shopping for anything makes me feel better.

3. mWhen I’m hungry, eating delicious foods makes me feel better.

4. When I’m hurt, someone helps me makes me feel better.

5. When I’m tired, after sleeping a little makes me feel better.

6. When I shop with my mom, getting my clothes for free from my mom makes me feel better.

7. When I travel, leaving anywhere makes me feel better.

8. When I have money, spending it freely makes me feel better.

9. When I meet my friends, talking about anything with them makes me feel better.

10. When I’m nervous, driving by myself makes me feel better.
この表現は自然ですか?
A: × 1. When I’m depressed, listening to Pleasant music makes me feel better.
✓ 1. When I’m depressed, listening to Pleasant music helps me feel better.

× 2. When I’m stressed out, just eye shopping for anything makes me feel better.
✓ 2. When I’m stressed out even just windowing shopping helps release that stress.

× 3. mWhen I’m hungry, eating delicious foods makes me feel better.
✓ 3.When I’m hungry eating delicious food makes me feel better.

× 4. When I’m hurt, someone helps me makes me feel better.
✓ 4. When I’m hurt aid from others makes me feel better.

× 5. When I’m tired, after sleeping a little makes me feel better.
✓ 5. When I’m tired taking a nap helps me feel better.

× 6. When I shop with my mom, getting my clothes for free from my mom makes me feel better.
✓ 6. When I shop with my mom getting free clothes from her makes me feel better.

× 7. When I travel, leaving anywhere makes me feel better.
✓ 7. When I travel going anywhere makes me feel better.

× 8. When I have money, spending it freely makes me feel better.
✓ 8. When I have money spending it freely makes me feel better.

× 9. When I meet my friends, talking about anything with them makes me feel better.
✓ 9. When I meet my friends having conversations about anything helps me feel better.

× 10. When I’m nervous, driving by myself makes me feel better.
✓ 10. When I’m nervous taking a drive helps me feel better.

Q: Pleasant and Present and Peasantの発音を音声で教えてください。
A: Pleasant, Present, Peasant~
Q: Pleasant memories board この表現は自然ですか?
A: I'm not sure what you're trying to say unfortunately.

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