Q: the television set とはどういう意味ですか?
A: the television set is a thing you watch for entertainment. the set would include a tv a remote and a cable box.
Q: ‎The television headlines seemed to wash over her without meaning anything. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: She sounds preoccupied with something else, so she isn’t giving the headlines her full attention. It means that she’s seeing the headlines without actually reading them, or attempting to make sense of them.
Q: The television headlines seemed to wash over her without meaning anything. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Meaning that the news on the TV barely said anything about her apart from mentioning her name.
Q: How do you find out about new television shows and how do you decide whether or not to watch them? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Ex.
whether or not you're coming, it doesn't make any difference.
(if you're coming or not coming it doesn't make any difference)

you're going, whether or not you like it.
(even if you dont like to go or like to go you're going anyways).
Q: The television production done that same year was the first screen adaptation of James Bond and starred Barry Nelson as part of the anthology series Climax Mystery Theater. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The TV prod done that same year
was the first screen adaption of James Bond
初めてのJames Bondの映画(screen adaption=動画の全て)で
and starred Barry Nelson
Barry Nelsonという俳優が参加した
as part of the anthology series Climax Mystery Theater.
Climax Mystery Theaterというアンソロジーの一つとなって


Q: television tennis を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I watch tennis on tv.

Have you seen any tennis matches on tv?

Can we watch a tennis match on your tv?
Q: television を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: When was a child, people were freaking out with worry about television ruining kid's minds. Today it's the same thing, only the internet.
Q: television を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: - Could you please turn on the television?
- Do you have television?
- What is the brand of your television ?


Q: television set と television はどう違いますか?
They mean the almost same thing. But a television set is an old term for old technology.

Television is a general term.
I get the news by watching television.
I don't watch television. I listen to the radio.

A television SET is an old word.
We used to have television in a big "box" that had a screen, volume,and a knob to adjust the station and volume and picture quality. To adjust those controls you had to get up, go to the set and use your hand on the knob. That was your television 📺 set.

Today the screen is separate from the controls. The parts are electronic. The controls are most often on a remote.You control the settings without knobs and without getting up from your seat.

Q: he had not paid his television fee と he has not paid his television fee はどう違いますか?
A: he HAD - past tense; it is already paid
She had not done her homework. (homework is already done)
he HAS - present tense; not yet paid
She has not done her homework. (homework is not yet done)
Q: the televisiontelevision. I thought, that “the television” means a box, set, and “television” means like programs. But today I herd this conversation “-she gave us that video. -For the television?” Why here is “the” when we are not talking about set or something はどう違いますか?
A: It can be used both.

TV is short for television. They mean the same thing.

"The TV": the actual hardware/big box. "The" is here because you are talking about the object
"On TV" or "on the TV": A program that shows on the television
Q: The television commercials pit Coke head-to-head with Pepsi in what they called the Pepsi Challenge. と The television commercials pit Coke head-to-head against Pepsi in what they called the Pepsi Challenge. はどう違いますか?
A: @H-oon
The only differences in the sentence that I can see are the words with and against.
To pit is to compete or challenge. In some sense both words make sense. You can be in a competition with someone as in you are both included in the competition. Also they are your challengers so they are against you in the competition. So bottom line, both make sense but my ears prefer against. I think against matches the sense of aggression and competition in the sentence. Hope this helps.
Q: I had the television set. と I set the television. はどう違いますか?
A: They a similar meaning.
[ I set the television.] is saying in an active tone that YOU did it. YOU set the television.

[I had the television set.] is saying that the television was set by someone else. Someone else did it for you.


Did we mount television below on the wall? didn't we?
Did we install television below on the wall? didn't we?
correct my mistakes please は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: @learner-_ No, you can’t say “too down”. You can say:

Didn’t we mount the television too LOW ON the wall.

This means we should have mounted it higher on the wall.
Q: テラスハウスは恋愛Reality televisionで、何人かの男女がひとつの家で共同生活して、誰と誰がくっつくのか見る番組。 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Terrace House is a reality show about romance. Several young men and women living together in the same household, to see who eventually hooked up with who.

Q: watching television 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
Q: television は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Television y se pronuncia "televichon" / TV y se pronuncia "ti-vi".


Q: That television program was worth to watch. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "That television program was worth watching." or "That television was worth it to watch."
The first one is more common.
Q: There's an old television by the sofas, which she could turn on to feel less lonely, but she avoids it because there will most likely be football on it. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Not a very strong accent, but you should absolutely try watching some british tv series like broadchurch or Sherlock and really focus on listening to how words are pronunciated. Your intonation isn't that bad either.
Q: I think the television doesn't necessarily have good effect to him. Some images gave by it will deprive his ability of thinking. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "I think the television doesn't necessarily have a good influence on him."
The second sentence is difficult to understand ...
Q: ... a television that we bought on credit two month ago.
I saw this sentence in the COBUILD dictionary.
Does the "on credit" means we bought a television without paying then, but we have to pay the money for it later?
So can I use "cash" or "credit card" instead of the "credit".
Thank you.
A: Interesting question. Thinking about this is making my head hurt =|

"I'll pay with cash." (OK)
"I'll pay in cash." (OK)
"I'll pay by cash." (OK)

"I'll pay with credit." (OK)
"I'll pay in credit." (sounds strange to my ears)
"I'll pay by credit." (OK)

"I'll pay with a credit card." (OK)
"I'll pay in a credit card." (wrong wrong wrong!!)
"I'll pay by credit card." (OK)

Please note that it's "I'll pay by credit card" and not "I'll pay by A credit card."
Q: What does "Russian state-controlled television" mean?
A: It is a television channel that is controlled by the Russian government