關於Do的意思和用法的提問

包含"Do"的句子的意思

Q: What do you mean “both feet”?是什麼意思
A: This is mostly used in the phrase "Jump in with both feet," which means 「熱心に行動に移る」.
We also say "(Do something) feet first." These phrases both mean do something enthusiastically, but with the feeling of not worrying about the consequences.
Q: What do you make of it all是什麼意思
A: Yes, that’s a pretty good translation. More specifically, it’s an analytical interpretation. So if someone asks, “What do you make of it/that?” they are asking for your analysis of the situation.

It’s used pretty frequently, definitely a “natural” phrase, but it’s specific enough that I would use it only once per conversation.
Q: how can I do this?是什麼意思
A: 한국어로 "이거 어떻게 해요?"이라고 하는 것 같아요. :)
Q: What does it mean “simp”?是什麼意思
A: It's difficult to define, as it's a very new slang word that gets overused.

a "simp" is a negative term for someone (usually a man) who acts overly nice/submissive to a someone else (usually a woman), in hopes of getting their attention or love.

This is how it started, but now it has a bit more of a broad meaning with no negative connotation. To "simp" something/someone can sometimes just mean you really love or care for something.

This term is only really common online, and like i said, has only been in use for maybe a few months. It's popular on streaming websites like Twitch, where, if a woman is streaming, sometimes "simps" say super nice things or even donate money to the streamer just to get attention.

"I like her a lot, but I don't want to talk to her. I'm afraid I'll come off like a simp."

"I eat McDonald's every day. Some would say, I simp McDonald's."

"Hey! I saw you simping on Carole's steam! Don't be like that."
Q: That ought to do you是什麼意思
A: Depends on the context but kind of like “That should work (for you).” Or “that should be enough (for you).”

"Do" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 How do you reply "If you don't mind me asking?" 的例句給我。
A: The phrase is usually asked when they know they're asking a personal question. So if you don't mind it then you would answer it normally. For example - "I have two older brothers and three younger sisters".
Q: 請提供關於 If you don't mind me asking? の返事で"全然大丈夫ですよ"ってなんて返事しますか 的例句給我。
A: "It's totally fine" would work.
Q: 請提供關於 Why don't you 的例句給我。
A: Why don't you eat? Why don't you sleep? Why don't you gain/lose weight? Why don't you do your homework? Why don't you die (bullies say)? Why don't you think? Why don't you care? Why don't you think about your future? Like this correct?
Q: 請提供關於 don't push it 的例句給我。
A: Don't push it = stop, before you go too far. (angry or irritated)
"Don't push it alright? I have your money right here."
"Hey don't push it buddy, you're about to make me angry."
"I can give you your money back, but don't push it. You're not getting anything else."

Or literally, do not push something.
"Don't push that door, the alarm will ring!"

It has a rude tone so I wouldn't use it to accept a compliment unless you're really friendly with that person!
Q: 請提供關於 do with 的例句給我。
A: "What are you going to do with that axe?"

"I don't want anything to do with elephants."

"There's nothing I can't do with two eggs and a potato."

"Do"的近義詞和區別

Q: I did it 和 I made it 的差別在哪裡?
A: I did it

1) した


誰がしたの?

Who did it?


私がした

I did it


2) やった

勝つとき…

やった!

I did it!


3) 何かを終わるとき

やっとした

I finally did it



I made it


1) 作った

誰が夜ご飯作ったの?

Who made dinner?


私が作った

I made it


2) 何かを終わる

頑張ってた。やっと終わった。

I had been trying so hard. I finally made it.
Q: How could you do this to me?

和 Why are you doing this to me? 的差別在哪裡?
A: They are very similar
You can use both
The only difference is that

How could you do this to me it’s rhetorical which means that The question was not meant to be answered

Why are you doing this to me is a question that needs an answer

Do you understand it now
Q: “What did you get?” 和 “What do you got?” 的差別在哪裡?
A: "What do you got?" might be said in some dialects, but is not very common and might seem informal. "What did you get?" will almost always work.
Q: what do you mean by that? 和 what do you mean with that? 的差別在哪裡?
A: Probably no difference. "what do you mean by that?" is a natural expression. "What do you mean with that?" is not natural. If anybody were to say that, I probably would think they meant "what do you mean by that?"
Q: What do you see ? 和 what are you looking at? 的差別在哪裡?
A: "What do you see". Simple question.. "What are you looking at".. Specific answer is being asked.

Example.
Q.What do you see?
A. I see the sky.

Q. What are you looking at?
A. I'm looking at the birds flying around in the sky.

"Do" 的翻譯

Q: what do you call this ?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: Ribbon batch... I think 😅
Q: How do you say 睡衣用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
Q: please 🙏 do we say in the weekend or on the weekend or at the weekend. which one is correct ???? 用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: On the weekend is the one I use. In the weekend isn't correct. At the weekend is used more in British english so in American english it's weird.
Q: "너가 거기 있는줄 몰랐어"
"I didn't know that you be there"

Is it correct?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: Yup!

Could also be interpreted as "I didn't expect you to be there"
Q: how do you say this 背水一战用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: last stand

"Do"有關的其他問題

Q: 1. Do you ride a skateboard?
2. Do you skateboard?

Which one do you say?
A: 2 is more natural
Q: When do you use “ at your service”?
A: It’s usually used when speaking to royalty if you’re like a butler or something, not really something you’ll hear in everyday life unless it’s a joke.
Q: How often do you use “ain’t” ?
A: It’s commonly used by teens as a slang but it is actually a part of AAVE which is a dialect spoken by African/black people so you shouldn’t use it if you don’t belong to that group.
Q: Do you use "draw something out" and "pull something out" interchangeably? If not, what would be the significant difference between them both? (details down below)
A: The difference is very subtle.
To me, if someone draws something out, it sounds like he was hiding it beforehand. So this works well with weapons, for instance.
You can also pull out a weapon, but that doesn't carry the same nuance, it's more neutral.

Draw can be used with/without "out". Pulling needs "out" if you use it in this context.
Q: What does “middle grades” here refer to?
A: "Middle grades" usually means the 3 years of school right before high school.

Usually we have:
1. Three years of middle school (middle grades)
2. Four years of high school
3. College

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