Q: to fake VS fake out を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: to fake
he was faking it (por ej. being in pain)

stop faking! i didn't even hit you!

why are you acting so fake with me?? o why are you acting fake. o i hate fake people

fake out
are you trying to fake me out? (to trick me)

he was going to attack me so i faked him out when i went to punch him in the face but then i suddenly kicked him in the balls (huevos) jaja

we were playing a card game, i thought he had ___ but really he had___ he faked me out.

Q: to cope VS to withstand VS to overcome を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1. He has to COPE with the death of his father.
2. She had to WITHSTAND the pain of getting stitches.
3. I had to OVERCOME my fear of the dark.
Q: upon VS toward を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: you can also use "toward" and "towards" - they are both correct
Q: to cope VS to face を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Cope is a Technique to help you calm down or feel better.

Face means to handle it or be in the middle of it.

Ex. I am faced with a cancerous tumor
I cope by meditating.
Q: to hone VS to sharpen を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Son sumamente iguales en mi opinión.

Trump needs to hone/sharpen his negotation skills.
The chef wants to hone/sharpen the knife before using it.


Q: I just got tired VS と I am tired はどう違いますか?
A: Here, "get" has the meaning of "become". So "I just got tired" is an informal way to say "I became tired". It has basically the same meaning as "I am tired", but "I got tired" emphasizes the fact that you weren't tired before, but now you are, while "I am tired" is simply stating the fact that you're sleepy :)


Q: he was busy VS he has been busy "what is different?"Plz tell me は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Hi, if you’re asking what is different about the two-

“He was busy” = he was busy in the past
“He has been busy” = he has been busy lately, and we do not know if he is still busy now
Q: own my own VS by myself difference? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: it’s actually “I will do it on my own.“ And there is no difference. On my own and by myself are the same thing.
Q: “all are same VS all is same “ what is correct sentence??? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: in this particular instance “all are same” is correct (although it should read “all are the same”).

When it comes to “are” vs “is” you want to look at the subject. If the subject includes more than one object or person, then you use are. For example, “those apples are for sale” since there is more than one apple. If there is only one object or person, you would use is. For example, “that apple is for sale”.

Hope this helps! Let me know if you want any additional clarification.
Q: which VS witch は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Pronunciation is the same.


Q: lazy VS bore

A: だいたい正しい。 コンテクストによって、lazyは肯定的な使いと否定的な使いもあります。例えば、
肯定的:「enjoy a lazy day」(義務なしに、何もせずにゆったりとした1日を楽しむ)
否定的: 「having a lazy coworker is so annoying」(怠惰な同僚と働くことは本当に嫌だ)
Q: bold VS baldの発音を音声で教えてください。
Q: started VS starredの発音を音声で教えてください。
A: It sounds like you're dropping the middle "t" in started. This can happen even for native speakers at very fast talking speeds, but when speaking at a normal pace be sure to enunciate it.
Q: Present perfect VS Past 😩

Fictional context: I put back in place my sister's things before she realize I had borrowed them. Should I say "I hope she has not seen it" or "I hope she didn't see it"?

(Please correct if there are any mistakes)
A: I hope she didn't see it.

... I put my sister's things back in place before she realized I had borrowed them.
Q: which one is correct? -- to a minimum/maximum VS to the minimum/maximum
A: @jickoon:

"To the" is correct