Q: isn't it a beautiful time to be alive? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The speaker wants to say that the time (of which he speaks in the sentence )is amazing to be alive. He is expecting his companion to agree with him.
Q: what free time activities do you enjoy とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a question that is asking what do you do for fun when you are not doing anything.
For example, I sing when I am not doing anything. My friend plays soccer in her free time. Free time is just an expression you use when you are not doing anything in that moment. Hope this helps.
Q: it's time to hit the bricks とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Hit the Bricks can be thought of as a synonym for 'hit the road' or 'get out of here'.
Q: What time do you have? とはどういう意味ですか?

"what time do you have" = what time is it? i want to know the time right now.

"WHEN do you have time?" = when are you free?
Q: What time do you have? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it could in certain cases like if somebody was adjusting their clock or watch, but that’s rare.


Q: time ahead を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: it's better to complete your homework ahead of time.
Q: manage their time well を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The best employees are those who manage their time well.

Please try to manage your time well.

They do not manage their time well.

Q: not ~ any time soon を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I'm not planning to retire anytime soon.
They won't be going anywhere anytime soon.
She probably won't get a raise anytime soon.
You shouldn't expect that to happen anytime soon.
-- Those are all with verbs or phrases. The adjective "likely" also fits: "That's not likely (to happen) anytime soon."
Q: time flys を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You can say
"Time flies when you're having fun!" Or
"It's crazy how fast time flies by."
Q: for having had the time を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The most common use of this expression I can recall comes from the title track from the Dirty Dancing Soundtrack.

(I've Had) The Time Of My Life lyrics:

Boy: Now I've had the time of my life
No I never felt like this before
Yes I swear it's the truth
and I owe it all to you

Girl: 'Cause I've had the time of my life
and I owe it all to you


have the time of one's life:
to have a very good time; to have the most exciting time in one's life.

"What a great party! I had the time of my life."

"We went to Florida last winter and had the time of our lives."

have the time of your life:

to enjoy yourself very much.

"I gave my mother a trip to London, and she had the time of her life."

to enjoy yourself very much:

"He had the time of his life working on the ranch."


Q: what time shall I visit you? と what time will I visit you? はどう違いますか?
A: To be 100% grammatically correct you use ‘shall’ with the pronouns ‘I’ and ‘we’ and you use ‘will’ with all the other pronouns. But most people use ‘will’ for everything. :)
Q: as time goes by と as time goes on はどう違いますか?
A: There is no difference
Q: you studied for a long time as hard as possible. と you studied hard as long as possible. はどう違いますか?
A: Ok so the first one mainly focuses on how long he/she have studied for example I am saying

How long did you studied hard for your exam


How hard did you studied for your exam

So over here in the second sentence I am not using the word long because if I do it won’t go with my grammar so in your second sentence it should be like:

You studied hard as much as possible

So basically I am saying is that there isn’t any exact difference but yeah this will work :)

Q: time off と leave と Tank you for your answer 😘 はどう違いますか?
A: Time off is time taken off from something: I took time off because I was sick
Leave is a bit similar, but if it is in the same context then it is: Ms Hucknall is going on a maternity leave
* it should be thank you for your answer
Q: This time a great success と This time was a great success はどう違いますか?
This time was a great success


Q: I have a question.. is it natural??
"The taken time that compared random with sorted order and reverse order."
pls answer me T_T は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Maybe
The required times for random input, sorted input and reverse-order input respectively.

혹시 이것은 라벨에 나오는 것인가요?
Q: why you spent time with your childhood friend は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Good , This is my example
Q: ‎Hello :)

It is 7:30 on central time.

Is this correct?

-----------END---------- は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It’s 7:30 in Central Standard Time.
Q: time, and what's is correct: too much or too many time は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You say "too much time".

Any time you can physically count something, like a bunch of pens or the amount of pillows on your bed - you use "many". Too many pens. Too few pillows.

Any time you cannot physically count things, like sugar grains (because there are too many) or time as an abstract concept, you use "much". Too much sugar. Too much time.
Q: I have not spare time OR I have no spare time? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: I have no spare time.

This video will help you.


Q: Could you help me to check this if you have time?

A Memorable Meeting

Today I went out for a run. It suddenly started raining. I did not have any preparation so the small dots kept dropping on my body. I found there was a parking stall under the tree and I ran into it.

I stayed there for a while and thought about when I could leave. After a while, a white dog with black spots came to me. It made me recall the amazing memories with my dog Lala. He had passed away but I always felt like he was by my side and around me.

The dog was just sitting there and accompanied me. Finally, the rain was getting small. The dog was standing up and went out of the parking stall. I looked at his back, waving my hands and saying goodbye to him. I did not know if it noticed it. His accompany made me feel like I was not lonely. It was a short encounter, but I felt warm and happy.
A: @Nina203m12 Very good! Only a few suggestions in the last paragraph:
1. Finally, the rain was slowing down.
2. The dog got up and walked out of the parking stall.
3. I watched the dog leave and waved to say goodbye to him, even though he could no longer see me.
4. His company made me not feel lonely.

Sweet story! :)
Q: Every time we have a fight it looks so wrong この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Every time we have a fight it looks so wrong
✓ Every time we have a fight i feel so bad

Need more content but that’s what I pick up to be the meaning
Q: I wonder you happen to have some spare time to talk with me real quick. この表現は自然ですか?
A: just say “ Can we talk for a sec?” to sound more natural.
Q: It’s been a long time since I met my close friend at 9 am and I drove to Gangwon-do with him.
오랫만에 아주 친한 친구를 아침 9시에 만나서 차를 타고 강원도에 갔어요.

We talked a lot in my car and I took him to his place at 9 pm.
차에서 많은 이야기를 나눴고 밤 9시에 친구집에 바래다 줬어요.

I spent half of a day with him and drove 588.6km.
하루의 반을 친구와 같이 있었고 588.6km를 운전했어요.

I was a bit tired and had a great time.
조금 피곤했지만 정말 즐거운 시간을 보냈어요.
A: × It’s been a long time since I met my close friend at 9 am and I drove to Gangwon-do with him.
✓ It’s been a long time since I met my close friend and drove to Gangwon-do with him at 9 o'clock in the morning.

× We talked a lot in my car and I took him to his place at 9 pm.
✓ We talked a lot in my car, and I took him to his place at 9 pm.

× I spent half of a day with him and drove 588.6km.
✓ I spent half of the day with him and drove a little over 365 miles.

× I was a bit tired and had a great time.
✓ I was a bit tired but had a great time.

Q: What does "Would’ve been lost to time" mean?

Imagine he didn’t go through the 2nd time. Would’ve been lost to time
A: I really had to think about the meaning of this one, because it only makes sense in very specific context. This is because something losing to time is unusual. As for an example, if I did a time trial race in Forza Horizon 5 in a very slow car, then I could say:

"Even if I drove as fast as possible, I still would've been lost to time."

Meaning, I still would lose to time even if I drove as fast as possible.

Also, I thought the clip was funny by the way.