關於Raffle的意思和用法的提問

包含"Raffle"的句子的意思

Q: in the underlined raffle ticket for what does "for" stand for? in exchange for?是什麼意思
A: Sorry, my first comment wasn't very clear! They mean this:

If you spend more than 50,000 won, then they give you a raffle ticket. Then they mix the raffle tickets together and pick one. The person who wins the raffle gets an expensive gift.
Q: what does "raffle ticket" mean?是什麼意思
A: a raffle ticket is synonymous with lottery.
You can pay for a raffle ticket for a chance to win something, or in this case, the raffle ticket is an additional gift or reason to buy this expensive gift.
It’s common here to sell raffle tickets for baskets of cheer(wicker baskets filled with bottles of liquor) . Sometimes the proceeds go to charity.
Q: raffle tickets是什麼意思
A: lottery ticket.

"Raffle" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 There was a raffle event at the Macaroon store where I happened to stop by and I won.

Is "where" correct?

where= at which = at the Macaroon store
->I happened to stop by at the Macaroon store(×)

so, where ->that

I'm not sure if it is right.
的例句給我。
A: Its better to transfer "I won" at the beginning of the sentence.

You usually use "which/that" with "at" so the sentence will become:

I won a raffle event at the Macaroon store which/that I happened to stop by at.

If you want to use "where":

I won a raffle event at the Macaroon store where I happened to stop by.


It doesn't really affect the meaning of the sentence and most english speakers wont even notice. So I would say its okay to use either in that sentence.




Another example:

"which/that"

Do you know the country which was the birthplace of Mozart?

"where"

Do you know the country where Mozart was born?

Another example:

"which/that"

Mexico is the country that is well known for the tango dance.

"where"

Mexico is the country where tango dance is well known.

Notice:
When you use "where" it is followed by the subject of the sentence.

where - Mozart
where - tango dance

When you use "which/that" it is followed by what is describing the subject

that - birthplace
that - well known.


Q: 請提供關於 raffle 的例句給我。
A: The office is holding a raffle to raise money for the local hospital.
Q: 請提供關於 "raffle" 的例句給我。
A: It's usually used as a noun, but it can be used as a verb. It usually indicates a game of chance like the lottery.

"I won the raffle, the car is mine!"

"Do you want to enter the raffle for the house?"

"The odds of the raffle are 1 in 75."

"Oh the baseball bat, we raffled that off".

"Raffle"的近義詞和區別

Q: raffle 和 lottery 的差別在哪裡?
A: raffles are usually small events. many shops or funfairs will have raffle events. the prizes are usually smaller too.

the lottery is nationwide. the entries are lottery tickets (there are tv shows where they draw the numbers) or scratch cards. the prizes are usually huge (like £1million)

I hope i explained it well😅
Q: raffle 和 lottery 的差別在哪裡?
A: raffle is for prizes of different kinds that you buy tickets for - "Jane just donated some really cute toys for the raffle on Saturday!"
and lottery is for gambling, mostly for money - "Did you see the winning lotto numbers last night? I was one number away from winning $158 million!"
Q: a raffle ticket 和 a lottery ticket 的差別在哪裡?
A: lottery ticket is usually for the national lottery or for specific large money-based lotteries

a raffle ticket is usually more for small scale raffles at county fairs or fundraisers or something
Q: raffle draw 和 raffle 的差別在哪裡?
A: "Raffle" refers more to the whole event while "raffle draw" refers more to the moment they do the actual drawing.

"Thank you for coming to our raffle! The raffle draw will begin in a few moments."

"Raffle"有關的其他問題

Q: I had a raffle draw at a convenience store. I won an ice cream and an energy drink. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: You can change it to: I entered a raffle at a convenience store. I won an ice cream and an energy drink.
Q: We will do raffle in that event. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: "Do" or "hold" is fine for raffles, but remember to put an article before the noun, raffle.

1. We will do a raffle in that event.
2. We will hold a raffle in that event.
Q: Win the raffle and get a year supply of [something]! 聼起來自然嗎?
A: Win the raffle and get a one-year supply of [something]! のほうが少しで自然だと思います。
Q: We'll do a raffle soon so don't go anywhere! 聼起來自然嗎?
A: Looks perfect
Q: raffle tickets and rattling buckets
what does" rattling buckets" mean?please
A: rattling buckets are buckets that are rattling. You probably know what a bucket is, you can look it up. Rattling is when you shake something and it makes a noise.

I think you need to add more context here so we can understand.

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