Q: I'm not sweating this. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "I'm not worried about this."

People would probably say "I'm not sweating it" instead of "this." It's a common enough phrase, but you'll more often hear someone say "Don't sweat it" instead.

A: "I'm really worried about the job interview I have next week.
B: "Don't sweat it. You'll do a great job!"

Here, it's an encouraging way to say "don't stress about it!"

You can also use it when someone apologizes to you for something small:

A: "I'm sorry I forgot to call you back."
B: "Don't sweat it!"
Q: sweating their balls off とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a very rude way to say that they were either extremely hot and sweaty, or that they were so nervous or anxious that they were sweating a lot. Depending on the context.
Q: I am sweating! I have to turn the AC off when I vlog とはどういう意味ですか?
A: You're really hot! You have to turn on the air conditioning when you make videos about your day.
Q: sweating とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: she trained, sweating teenagers .. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Can you give the context? Is it something like "Gym teachers train sweating teenagers."?


Q: sweating buckets を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Sweating buckets means sweating a lot

- It's so hot outside, I'm sweating buckets!
- I'm about to do a workout, get ready to sweat buckets.
- Mate, we're sweating buckets outside.

It's all the same.


Q: are you sweating? と have you been sweating? はどう違いますか?
A: Are you sweating? → The answer is "yes" only if the person is sweating right now

Have you been sweating? → The answer can be "yes" even if the person is not sweating now, as long as they were sweating recently.
The speaker is probably asking this because the other person's clothes are damp, but they don't see sweat on the person's face.
Q: i am starting sweating right now と I am starting to sweat right now はどう違いますか?
A: First is wrong but the second is correct


Q: it is sweating in my butt

is it right? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @6JI You mean "I'm working my butt off"?
Q: is it correct to say that I start sweating before long after I going out. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Not sure what your full sentence is but: "I start sweating quickly after going out"


Q: 49. If you are sweating a lot you should wear an…
50. They executed Russia's…family in 1918. EMPIRE
53. It is…for companies to provide details of their industrial processes. OBLIGE

55. The main… of pension equality so far have been men.BENEFIT
61. Decorating the house all day has worn me the…. (102)
96. Could you take me to the station in your car, please?
-Would you mind ….
98. I don't understand why Bob's going to study science. (sense)
- It doesn’t….(98)
61. I must go to the bank because I've run…of cash.
62. A gang of terrorists burned…the embassy with a petrol bomb.
63. It was such a good book that I got ...it in one evening.
64. My younger brother broke....my money box and stole my savings.
65, Bandits held…the bus and robbed the passengers.
38. The biggest advantage is that the shops are within easy …..
A. touch B. contact C. access.D, reach
39. Language can change the…of history and affect the behaviour of people.
A. route
C. course
D. direction
40. John really ought to lose some weight. He …very heavily during the walk yesterday.
A. should have breathed
B. was breathing
C. had breathed
D. had been breathing
53. The song always brings back her lovely….memories. CHILDREN (83)
40. I can't open the window. I think it's
A. run out.B. stained. C.stuck D. loose (81)
93. You may be smart, but you must be educated to become an overall successful (105)
- Smart …..
35-All the athletes taking part in the international game should be proud of….(114)
A.oneself, B.themselves,C.himself,D.yourself
42. You room is messy.Please….as much junk as possible and clean it up….
A. get rid of B. make clean of C. drop a line.D. stop over
44. We…. gas, so we have to wait until a car passes by.
A. gave out on. B. ran out of C. walked out on
D.disposed of
46. Small children are very……. in their behaviour. They just copy what they see. IMITATE (114)
47. He works for an.......company for investment.. ADVISE (114)
48. The ……..of the good relationship between the two countries was brought up in the conference. MAINTAIN (114
A: 46 imitational
65 over
91.Had the rain stopped, everyone would have gone out.
94. ??
95.It was not until he phoned us that we found out about the meeting.
98. That young man is bound to fail the coming driving test.
100.Does climate strongly influence people's personalities?
29 results
35 B
36 A

40. A
52 surroundings
53 disapproval
54 miraculous
61. ..burn down (?)
93. Smartness alone doesn't make you an overall successful person.

1 employees
2 distinguish
3 Illiteracy
4 energetic
5 impoverished
4 had seen

(I told you in a previous message where I'm from, but I didn't want it "out there" for too long.)
Glad to help!
Q: "I'm sweating so bad"
can I use "bad" like that to mean "a lot"?
A: Yes, but saying "so good" is usually a joke.

Example: I am exercising with my friend. We are working really hard. My friend says "Wow, my arms hurt so good!" or "Wow, I'm sweating good now!" It means, "This is really hard, but I am still enjoying it!"
Q: " I was sweating a lot, I ended up sitting in any cafe hiding myself from the sweltering hot weather drinking a cup of coffee. " この表現は自然ですか?
A: Change any to a
Q: That reminds me of you all sweating from doing zumba dance last time この表現は自然ですか?
A: This sounds 조금 better.

That reminds me of the last time you all sweated from Zumba dancing.
Q: I'm sweating like a pig on a summer day この表現は自然ですか?
A: "I'm sweating like a pig on this hot summer day" would sound a little more natural.