關於Commentary的意思和用法的提問

包含"Commentary"的句子的意思

Q: "Don't get your social commentary in a twist"
what does social commentary in a twist means? Can someone explain and translate if possible?是什麼意思
A: this is using the original idiom “don’t get your panties (underwear) in a twist.” meaning don’t get overly mad/upset over something. it implies the thing causing anger is small or trivial.

social commentary is sharing your opinion on society/life/politics.

so “don’t get your social commentary in a twist” likely means don’t get overly upset about this aspect of society or whatever the other person was talking about.
Q: commentary是什麼意思
A: The most common definition of commentary is ‘a spoken account of an event as it happens’ so like in a football match, the people who talk over it and describe what is happening are called ‘commentators’ and they’re giving a commentary of the match
Q: glaring commentary是什麼意思
A: Harsh criticism
Q: to give a commentary是什麼意思
A: dar una opinión (o explicación pero mas de mis sentimientos)

sin commentary = Trump won the election

con commentary = Trump won and oh my God I can't believe we just gave the keys to our nukes to an immature psychopath with zero experience except at stealing

"Commentary"的近義詞和區別

Q: commentary 和 comment 的差別在哪裡?
A: a commentary is a examination of a topic using literary supports to provide explaination of the written opinion.

Comments are brief opinions that are generally subjective but can use supports from literary material to explain their rationale for the opinion.

Generally comments are personal opinion.

For instance a Bible scholar writes a commentary on the meaning of a book in the Bible.

Q: commentary 和 comment 的差別在哪裡?
A: A comment is usually quite short, maybe a sentence or two. Think about online comments, like YouTube comments or Instagram comments. Example: "I like this picture a lot!"

A commentary is a usually much, much longer. It can be a long, written essay commenting about a particular topic. It can be a spoken commentary, for example, during a video or a live broadcast. This is very common in sports, and the people who do the commentary are called "commentators".

"Commentary"有關的其他問題

Q: Which one

provided a valuable social commentary
Or
provided valuable social commentary
A: The second one!
Q: He believes that it's very important to make his own commentary when he's watching TV. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: Also, "He thinks..."
Q: Hello!

I want to write a commentary to my friend about a photo that she took recently.

Could you please help me to improve my paragraph?

"This photo reminds me of some beautifully dressed bridesmaids who patiently and peacefully wait for a most happy occasion to happen. The blue lifts my soul up!"
A: Your paragraph sounds very good to me. I don't think there is even a way to make it sound better. :)
Q: You make a commentary to one of your close friends who is extremely nice and humble. But he thinks he is a random person as usual. Is it correct to say "Your too damn modesty makes you even more loveable and endearing" in terms of meaning and of grammar?
A: I would say "You're too damn humble and it makes you even more lovable and endearing."
Depending on your relationship to this person, "lovable and endearing" might be a bit strange, so you could say "it makes you even more likeable".
"You're too damn modest" is fine as well.
Q: You make a commentary to one of your close friends who is extremely nice and humble. But he thinks he is a random person as usual. Is it correct to say "Your too damn modesty makes you even more loveable and endearing" in terms of meaning and of grammar?
A: It should be either 'your damn modesty makes you even more loveable and endearing' or 'you're too damn modest. It makes you even more loveable and endearing'

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