Q:we can keep chatting” in the relationship とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It could just mean "we can continue getting to know each other". Maybe they're interested in you.
Q: does it sound natural?—- we need to gas our car, we need a gas for our car—- とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 1) “We need to gas our car” = We need TO PUT gas in our car, (because the gas tank is EMPTY.)

..........to gas our car ..... isn’t how we say it.

I added - because the gas tank is empty - to help with understanding the meaning.
2) “We need gas for our car.”
this means the gas tank is low or empty.

We need gas FOR our car. This is a correct way to say it.

Here are some other ways:

We need to GET gas for our car.
We need to PUT gas in the car.
We need to FILL UP.
We need to FILL the GAS TANK.
The gas tank is low. We need to fill it up.
We need to get a full tank of gas for our car.

Q:we bounce from location to location. “ とはどういう意味ですか?
A: We move about from places to other places a lot.
Q: « we're out of wine » とはどういう意味ですか?
A: We don't have any more wine / we've run out of wine


Q: shall と will と I / we shall write the lesson. Shall is used with just I and we. However, if we want to put the sentence in the passive voice, we are going to start withe object the lesson.the question is that can we use it with shall はどう違いますか?
A: shall= old english, used very very formally....e.g. "i shall go to the castle!" means same as "will" "i will go to the castle!" you can use "I" and "we" with both "will" and "shall"
Q: which one is correct “ we are just 2 people who happened to have run into each other と or we are just 2 people who happen to have run into each other, also should i use run or ran と example could be when i met someone at the mall and i was telling someone else who asked a question that how did you guys meet はどう違いますか?
A: You can say "We are just two people who happened to run into each other" and that would sound OK.
Yes, you can say "ran into" meaning you just happened to meet someone. Either someone you already know or someone you never met before. But often it would mean someone you know.
"I ran into my friend at the mall so we had coffee together."
Q: i’ll //we’ll と i will // we will はどう違いますか?
A: I’ll = I will and We’ll = We will. You get rid of the ‘i’ in the middle to make it shorter and easier to say. They mean exactly the same, but I’ll and we’ll is normally used in speech or when writing a casual piece. Does that make sense?


Q: 우리는 1등을 했다.
we won the first place(or prize) ?
what is more natural? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Either, but drop "the".

We won first place.
We won first prize.
Q:we will be in spain” và “ we are going to be spain” câu nào là đúng trong hai câu trên. tôi nên sử dụng câu nào? cảm ơn は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: The correct sentence is, "we will be in Spain" but you can also say "we are going to be IN Spain"
Q: 그걸 몰라서 참고있는게 아니에요 we're not holding back because it's not that we don't know about it は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: We're not holding back because we don’t know about it.
Q: 日本語訳(和訳)を教えてください。
そして、この文章における "all" は、どのような意味ですか

we're all looking forward to not being so busy next month.

は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: we're all looking forward to not being so busy next month. (I will try to translate)
和訳: みんな、全員は来月を忙しくないのが楽しみにして
I hope it is correct.

そして、この文章における "all" は、どのような意味ですか
all は[全員]
Q: عقبالك .. we say it in egypt when we have a wedding party after we congratulate the groom or the Bride they tell us عقبالك something like wish you the same
wanna know what do u say in this situation when someone congratulates you ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Good question! If it's a very close friend you can say "it's your turn" but there isn't such a wish in English you can't tell everyone congrats you it's your turn.
You simply replay to congratulations with thank you.


Q: Which one is correct, “ we were busy preparing for Christmas meals.” Or “ we were busy preparing meals for Christmas.”
A: “We were busy preparing Christmas meals” or “we were busy preparing meals for Christmas”
Q: What to put instead of "..."?

A: … we ask the waiter for the check?
B: Yeah, it`s getting late and I`m a bit tired.

Thank you!!
A: Should we ask the waiter for the check?
This is kind of asking the other person if they are ready to leave
Q: what does “ we got london on the track ” mean in this song?
A: well yeah, the producer's name is actually "London on da track" so when they say ”we have london on the track” it means that the producer is "on the track" he worked with them on the song if that makes sense.
Q:we are not that far behind at 17%,but we need to keep up.”

Please Show me another usage of “at” as same on usage of this sentence.
A: In this sentence "That" is comparing their situation to a possible worse situation. Its like saying " A cold is not THAT bad compared to the flu:
Q: I’ll //i will
We’ll // we will
Work // walk

Plz teaching me these pronouns
A: Okay, the words are the same thing. It's just a matter of when you use the different instances.

When you use the apostrophe to combine two words, it's called a contraction. So when you say I'll, it is the same as 'I will'. When you say won't, it's the same as will not. When you say I'm, it's also I am. And 'What's' is also the same as 'What is'. The words are just shortened, that's all.