Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Do"

O significado de "Do" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa What do we usually apply ??
A: What Do You Usually Use In A Sense!
Q: O que significa does?
A: It’s the singular third person conjugation of ‘to do.’

I do
You do
He/she/it does
We do
They do
Q: O que significa Just free you up to do what you do great.

Especially, I wonder what 'up to' means.?
A: The phrase is “free up” = gives you time, or opportunity; to make something available to be used

(Something) just gives you time or opportunity to do what you’re good at doing.

“Quitting my job is going to free me up to go back to university.”

“I need to free up some time this weekend to clean my kitchen.”

“Since I don’t have to work this weekend, that frees me up to go snowboarding.”
Q: O que significa doing so ?
A: [これをしている] の意味があります。

ここで、[山に登ってみている] の意味があります。

In the above text, *doing so* means:

One out of five people who have attempted lost their life *trying to climb the mountain*, so you can see how deadly this mountain is.
Q: O que significa What does he say after “u know”?
A: It took me a few tries! His voice is not very clear. “You know what was based in building 7, right?”

Exemplo de frases utilisando "Do"

Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com How do you reply "If you don't mind me asking?".
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: Me mostre frases de exemplo com 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.
A: "It's totally fine" would work.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com Why don't you.
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: Me mostre frases de exemplo com don't push it.
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: Me mostre frases de exemplo com do with.
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."

Palavras similares a "Do" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre you did well e you did good ?
A: Generally speaking, "you did well" is correct, as the word well is an adverb describing the verb "did". You would not use "you did good" because it is incorrectly using the word good as an adverb (good can never be an adverb).

Having said that, please note the below.

"to do well" means to be in good health. "I hope you are doing well."

"to do good" means to perform good deeds. "He has done more good for the world in one year than I will do in my life time."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre How did it come to you? e How did you come up with this? ?
A: "Comes to you", in this context, talks about how the idea came to your head, like:

How did it come to you?
I was watching TV, and it came to me when I saw the shampoo comercial.

"Come up with" talks about the thoughts, the assimilations and the calculations the person had/did to formulate that idea on his/her head.

How did you come up with this solution?
I wrote down everything I read on the internet and compared it with the text book.

Hope it helps.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre one we don't intend to make hastily e we don't intend to make it hastily ?
A: The first sentence sounds like it is missing context to know what “one” is. Here’s an example

John: This is a very difficult decision, one we don’t intend to make hastily.

John: This is a very difficult decision.
Mary: One we don’t intend to make hastily.

^ For this one, you need to connect it to a sentence OR you need it to add on to another person’s sentence.


For the second sentence, it needs to be alone. It cannot be a part of another sentence.

John: This is a very difficult decision, we don’t intend to make it hastily.
^ ❌

John: This is a very difficult decision.
Mary: We don’t intend to make it hastily.
^ Sounds good
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Who did you choose? e Whom did you choose? e Which is correct? Thank you in advance ?
A: 'Who did you choose?' is correct.
You'd only use whom if there's a preposition like "to" referring back to the "who" did said action.

To whom did you address the speech? I addressed it to them (the audience).
Q: Qual é a diferença entre i'm doing to e i'm about to ?
A: I'm doing it means it is happening as they say it. I'm about to means they haven't done it yet, but will soon

Traduções de "Do"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? how do you say this 背水一战
A: last stand
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? 무슨 요일날 일(=근무)하니?

When do you work???

is this natural to say?
A: when or what day do you work is fine
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? where do you live
A: 미국겠어 어디에 살았어요
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What do you say
A: 1)what did you say?
2)what are you talking about?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? how do you say “dawg”?
A: sounds the same as 'dog'

Outras perguntas sobre "Do"

Q: Do you always sleep in the bed?

Do you always date him?


Q.
* sleep and date
Are they all stative verbs in these sentences?

So, do they sound unnatural?


soa natural?
A: × Do you always sleep in the bed?
✓ Do you always sleep in a bed?

I'm a little confused on what you're trying to say with the first sentence but "in a bed" or "in that/this bed" sounds more natural. Also the second sentence, while grammatically correct, doesn't make that much sense either. Are you asking if they are stilk dating them? Then you can say "Are you still dating him?"

I don't think either of them are stative verbs.
Q: He's ill. He doesn't feel well.
Can well be replaced by good here?
A: Technically yes. In my opinion both can mean "he feels sick" but "doesn't feel good" is more general (doesn't necessarily have to be sick, but not feeling well always means "sick").

If you were being tested they might only accept "well" as grammatically correct. In casual conversation people use both.
Q: He's ill. He doesn't feel well.
Can well be replaced by good here?
A: Yes you can say 'He doesn't feel good' or 'He doesn't feel well' But it is preferred to say 'he doesn't feel well'.
Q: Don't take me the wrong way, but my advice on your intention to transition into an equity analyst is don't give up your day job and pursue it as a hobby. soa natural?
A: × Don't take me the wrong way, but my advice on your intention to transition into an equity analyst is don't give up your day job and pursue it as a hobby.
✓ Don't take this the wrong way, but my advice on your intention to transition into an equity analyst is, don't give up your day job and pursue it as a hobby.

Q: Do you see why they are framed in such an inflexible style from our modern point of view? Because if they were not the same composition and background, readers of that time would not have been able to recognize the same people in each panel. No, they might be able to do enough, but in an era when cartooning was governed by the norm of the master-slave relationship between text and drawing, the new norm that the figures in each panel were the same persons without any textual explanation, and the different poses were due to the passage of time, was an artistic challenge for late 19th century newspaper consumers, though this challenge eventually led to the creation of the comic strip as we call it today. soa natural?
A: × No, they might be able to do enough, but in an era when cartooning was governed by the norm of the master-slave relationship between text and drawing, the new norm that the figures in each panel were the same persons without any textual explanation, and the different poses were due to the passage of time, was an artistic challenge for late 19th century newspaper consumers, though this challenge eventually led to the creation of the comic strip as we call it today.
✓ In an era when cartooning was governed by the norm of the master-slave relationship between text and drawing, the new norm that, without any textual explanation, the characters in each panel were the same persons with the different poses being a result of the passage of time, was an artistic challenge for late 19th century newspaper consumers, though this challenge eventually led to the creation of the comic strip as we call it today.

I'm not sure about the meaning of "they might be able to do enough" in this context.
Generally it's best to split passages like this into smaller sentences where possible, but this is more of a stylistic choice rather than a grammatical error.

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