Q: sounds and sights とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Sounds = things you hear
Sights = things you see
Q: sound とはどういう意味ですか?
A: thought to be correct and well informed.
Q: It sounds sick! とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Something that is exceptionally cool, crazy, insane, anti-mainstream.
Q: 'that sounds tacky' とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 그게 좀 촌스러가 것 같아요. (??)

촌스러 = tacky

sounds: seems: gives the impression
Q: Be as sound as a pound とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @wvwTanyawvw: its a kind of saying in Britain or Ireland. It has multiple meanings, you could be told by someone to meet them somewhere and you could reply "sound as a pound" to say that's fine or good. in most cases its like sayings that's fine, depending on the context. Being sound also means to be nice, you can also say it as a way of saying thank you


Q: sounds good を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Q. Would you like to have dinner at 6?
A. That 'sounds good.'

Code Red Mountain Dew 'sounds good' right about now.

Usage of honorifics 'sounds good.'

It 'sounds good' to run with cleats on a soccer pitch.

The idea of a new Manga 'sounds good.'
Q: sounds like を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: @revinneil

She looks like her mother.
It looks like it’s going to rain.
That sounds like a plan to me.

A lot of young teenage girls use this word a lot instead of saying “well” or something similar.


You might hear something like this on tv or in the movies. Very typical of the California Valley girls talking this way.

When we went to the store, we were, like, walking in and, like, all of a sudden, I, like, saw this blouse that I, like, just had to have!
Q: sounds good を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: A:what movie do you want to watch?
B:How about this one?
A:Sounds good!

ex 2_ A: Let's meet at 9, okay?
B: Sure, that sounds good.

You use sounds good when you are agreeing with something someone suggested.
Q: sound を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "What was that sound coming from the forest."
"That sound you're making is so annoying."
"The baby is sound asleep."

That last one is just a weird expression I thought I would throw in there.
Q: sound を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: voiced sound と voiceless sound はどう違いますか?
A: place your hand on your throat if it vibrates when you talk you have a voiced sound, if it doesn't you have a voiceless one
example of voiced ending: listen
example of voiceless ending: work
Q: It sounds と It seemed ( when people realizing or to knowing about culture or rule) はどう違いますか?
A: You are right that "it sounds" would normally be from something we hear.

It sounds like George is learning the violin.
It sounds as if you had a good holiday.
It sounds as though the government is in trouble.

But we don't only use "it seems" for things that we see. You can also say:

It seems like George is learning the violin.
It seems as if you had a good holiday.
It seems as though the government is in trouble.

We also say "It appears" for things we don't see, too.

So, I guess people may have corrected you just for their preference.

If you have any more questions always ask.
Q: soundsound like はどう違いますか?
A: "sound" is more specific than when you add "like" which means something is similar.

"I hear the sound of a dog"
(you hear a dog bark)

"I can sound like a dog"
(you are the one who is barking, but you are not a dog, so you can only sound like one)
Q: It sounds possible と It sounds plausible はどう違いますか?
A: They are interchangeable however, possible is more sides for positive results where as plausible is more sided towards negative results
Q: sounds like と seems like はどう違いますか?
A: Sounds like is what you hear but could be used in a sarcastic manner, for example "it sounds to me like you've thought a lot about this" however seems like could be used more often and for anything and could also be sarcastic like "it seems to me you've thought a lot about this" they could be used to mean the same thing...they basically are x


Q: does this sound natural は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Does this sound natural?
Q: the sound of brushing shoes は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I don't think we have a word just for that sound. We might describe it as "the sound of shoes brushing each other" or "the sound of shoes scuffing against something." English has less words for sounds than some of the other languages.

We do have some words for sounds and they're called onomatopoeias. If you look for "onomatopoeia chart" or "onomatopoeia list" then you can find our most common sound words.
Q: the sound of brushing teeth は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: we don't really have words for sounds like that... we might say "brush brush"
Q: can and can't (sound) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I understand! It takes time to hear it properly. Depending on where you are in an America, people will say 'can' very quickly as opposed to 'can't'
I'll give you some examples :)
1. I can do it.
2. I can't do it.

I hope this helped!
Q: sound of sobbing (onomatopoeia) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: If you're speaking and pretending to cry, it sounds like, "Wahhhhh"

If you're writing, it looks like, "Boo hoo"


Q: does this sound natural?

She is the same height as my shoulder.
A: yes!

you can also say, "she's only as tall as my shoulder"
Q: does this sound natural?:
Through insolence only issues strife
No. Is this what you are trying to express ...
Insolence is the cause of strife. ?
Insolence causes strife.
Q: "The blaring sound of the fire alarm system went off."

I know it means it went on, but why is it said like that?
A: This is a good question so I found this answer online for you.

An alarm is something you set- so when the alarm is tripped (like smoke is detected or a wire is crossed) then the alarm “goes off” because now the alarm is no longer set.

Hopefully this is in the information you were looking for :)
Q: does this sound natural?

"There was absolute mayhem when everyone tried to get out at once. "
A: @shinian777 I think using the word “It” instead of “There” makes most sense.

“[It] was absolute mayhem when everyone tried to get out at once.”
Q: Which one sounds more natural?

Tofu is made of soybeans.
Tofu is made from soybeans.
A: both are natural. the meaning is just a little bit different in terms of connotation. let's say someone has never heard of or seen tofu ever, if you tell them "made of soybeans" sounds like tofu is very close to what soybeans look like, while "made from soybeans" can imply that soybeans are used to make tofu, and also can imply that there was a process to making into making tofu.

But this is just connotative meaning, so saying either one is fine, and will not confuse people.