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

O significado de "Years" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa Recent years have witnessed the posthumous inflation of the role of the hobbyist Alice Austen into that of a pioneering documentarian.?
A: It means something that she did as a hobby when she was alive has taken on greater importance since her death. It has also become a great historical resource, and what she did when she alive has become more significant.
Q: O que significa For the first 27 years of his life,?
A: @JOHNNYJOESTAR: Until he was 27 years old
Q: O que significa over the three years?
A: "Over the three years of your training, you'll learn how to be an electrician."
"Over the ten years I was in the Army, I didn't leave the country once."

"over the three years" and "during the three years" mean the same thing.
"In those three years," is referring to three years that aren't currently occuring.
"In these three years," is referring to three years that are currently occuring.
Q: O que significa Thirty years in the making,?
A: It means it started 30 years ago and is still being made.
Q: O que significa I know for years I bought into that lie?
A: Another way to say the phrase "For years I bought into that lie" is "I believed in that lie for many years". In this case, "bought into" means that you invested trust into something.

Exemplo de frases utilisando "Years"

Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com for 10 years.
A: for ... years often associate with 'present perfect continuous '
1. I have been studying english for ten years
2. He has been working at that company for ten years
3. i haven't been dancing for ten years
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com I've been here several years ago.

Is it(have pp + ago) correct?

Are you talking like this?

Thanks.

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A: Examples:
Yes! I remember, I've been here several years ago.

This place looks familiar... I think I have been here many years ago.

Yes, I've been here a couple years ago.

Yes I've been there, 7 years ago.

These are all commonly used.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com good for (two years or something).
A: You can use this expression in a few different ways.

Good for (a certain amount of time) = will last for
The new roof will be good for two years.
Meaning = The new roof will be of good quality for two years

Good for (something)= is helpful for
This new app is good for linguists.
Meaning = This new app is helpful for linguists

Good for (an illness) = will remove
Drinking whiskey is good for a cold.
Meaning = Drinking whiskey will help remove a cold

There is also an expression ‘good for nothing’ = useless, although it’s a little bit old-fashioned
That boy is good for nothing = he is useless
It can also be used as a noun:
He is a real good for nothing.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com I have total of over 7 years of experience working as a designer, with 5 years as a creative fashion designer..
A: はい、とても自然です
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com Over the years.
A: Over the years, the town has grown into a large city.

His coin collection has increased in value over the years.

Palavras similares a "Years" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre in a few years e in the next few years ?
A: You can use either one - but when you say "in the next few years" it could mean that you will be doing it within the next few years and "in a few years " could mean that you will wait for a few more years until you try it. Hope that makes sense haha
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I’ve been working for 5 years. e I worked for 5 years. ?
A: working indicates present tense. Worked is past tense. in working you are currently employed and in worked you are not.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre for the past few years e over the past few years ?
A: They mean the same, but saying "over the past few years" would sound more natural (:
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I've been learning English for two years. e I've learned English for two years. ?
A: @prominencial: "Been learning" means you still are learning now. "Have learned" means you once learned but you are not currently learning.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I haven't spoken to her in years. e I haven't spoken to her for years. ?
A: They are both acceptable and mean the same thing, but "in years" is much more common.

Traduções de "Years"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (Reino Unido)? This was 7 years ago. Time is passing quickly. In an informal way?
A: This was 7 years ago, time goes so quickly.

That's a way of saying it more casually, I suppose.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I am older many years than you
A: You can say "I'm many years older than you" or more commonly "I'm much older than you."
I'll give you audios for both :)
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Another two years {is / are ?} ... (e.g. required to complete the new building.)
A: 'another two years' is always a measuring noun because of 'another'. so you can only use 'is', no matter what comes after
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? in the past 20 years, I had been loved by my parents. I can never feel any love anymore since they leaved me.
A: In the past 20 years, I have been loved by my parents. However I can never feel love anymore ever since they left me.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Hello!I Nastya.I'm from Ukraine.I'm 15 years old.And I ' people about their age to communicate.
A: Hello! I'm Nastaya. I'm from Ukraine. I'm fifteen years old, and I would like to talk with people that are about my age.

Outras perguntas sobre "Years"

Q: Could I say "for 10 years starting from 2007" instead of "from 2007 to 2017"?
A: Yes, you can. It is reasonable to assume the listener can count.
Q: Can I say where do you see yourself after 2 years instead of where do you see yourself in 2 years
A: Yes you can,
But (in my opinion)
"Where do you see yourself in 2 years?" Is more natural/common
Q: I thought 'five years old' was grammatical, but heard just saying 'five year old'. Is it comon and natural use for natives?

and if you know some cases that frequently used but grammatically incorrect, let me know! (Just curious :))
Thank you
A: He is five YEARS old.
He is A five-YEAR-old (or He is a five-year-old boy).

*Notice that the 2nd sentence an "a".
Q: I'm supposed to live in the U.S. for the next five years. I can't speak English well yet. I study English every day while taking care of my son. But I can't practice talking in English yet because I hardly ever talk with the local people due to the coronavirus, even though I'm in the U.S. So it's not easy to get used to speaking English right now. But sometimes, I pass the residents of the condo in the patio when my son and I play there for a change of pace. Some of them talk to us. It’s small talk, so they use difficult English. I usually understand what they said, but it’s difficult to response with what I want to say and I just response with yes or smile. Even if I want to say a sentence that is not difficult, it’s not come out immediately. I always bocame nervous when they talk to me, and I can't smile naturally. My face tends to have a stiff smile because I usually try hard to catch thier English. I really talk with them more naturally. soa natural?
A: × I can't speak English well yet.
✓ I can't speak English very well yet.

× But I can't practice talking in English yet because I hardly ever talk with the local people due to the coronavirus, even though I'm in the U.S. So it's not easy to get used to speaking English right now.
✓ However, I can't practice talking in English yet. I hardly ever talk with the local people due to the coronavirus, so it's not easy to get used to speaking English right now.

× But sometimes, I pass the residents of the condo in the patio when my son and I play there for a change of pace.
✓ Sometimes I pass the residents of the condo in the patio when my son and I play there for a change of pace.

× It’s small talk, so they use difficult English.
✓ It’s small talk because they use more difficult English words.

× I usually understand what they said, but it’s difficult to response with what I want to say and I just response with yes or smile.
✓ I usually understand what they say, but it’s difficult to respond with what I actually want to say, so I just respond with yes or smile.

× Even if I want to say a sentence that is not difficult, it’s not come out immediately.
✓ Even if I want to say a sentence that is not difficult, it does not come out immediately.

× I always bocame nervous when they talk to me, and I can't smile naturally.
✓ I always become nervous when they talk to me, and I can't smile naturally.

I hope some of my corrections/suggestions helped!

If you are talking about yourself in this question, I would just like to say that your English (from what I see) is actually very good! I applaud you :) I know English is a hard language to learn, especially if you did not grow up learning it. Even some native English speakers still have trouble with their grammar haha!

But I hope you do not feel bad when you are not able to express yourself to others more clearly, you are still in the process of learning and perfecting English so nice people will understand that. :)

Hopefully you are still able to get to practice more even if it is just little by little!

If you have any other questions I (and a lot of others on the app) are more than willing to help you out.

Stay safe and well!
Q: I'm supposed to live in the U.S. for the next five years. Now, I can't speak English well yet. I study English every day while taking care of my son. But I can't practice to talk in English yet because I hardly ever talk with the local people due to coronavirus, even though I'm in the U.S. So it's not easy to get used to speak English now. Sometimes, I pass the same condo's residents in the patio when my son and I play there for a change of pace. Some of them talked to us. It was small talk, so they didn't talk difficult English. I usually undertood what they talked, but it's difficult to replay what I want to say and just replay yes or smile. If I want to say was not difficult sentence, it didn't come out immediately. I always became nervous when they talked to me, and I wasn't able to smile naturally. My face tend to be stiff smile because I tried to catch thier English hard. I really want to talk with them more naturally. soa natural?
A: × Now, I can't speak English well yet.
✓ I can't speak English well yet.

× But I can't practice to talk in English yet because I hardly ever talk with the local people due to coronavirus, even though I'm in the U.S. So it's not easy to get used to speak English now.
✓ But I can't practice speaking in English yet because I hardly ever talk with the local people due to the coronavirus, even though I'm in the U.S. So it's not easy to get used to speaking English right now.

× Sometimes, I pass the same condo's residents in the patio when my son and I play there for a change of pace.
✓ Sometimes, I have passed the same residents of the condo in the patio when my son and I play there for a change of pace.

× Some of them talked to us.
✓ Some of them have talked to us.

× It was small talk, so they didn't talk difficult English.
✓ It has been small talk, so they haven't used difficult English.

× I usually undertood what they talked, but it's difficult to replay what I want to say and just replay yes or smile.
✓ I have usually understood what they said, but it's been difficult to respond with what I wanted to say. I have just responded with "yes" or smile.

× If I want to say was not difficult sentence, it didn't come out immediately.
✓ Even if I wanted to say a sentence that is not difficult, it hasn't come out immediately.

× My face tend to be stiff smile because I tried to catch thier English hard.
✓ My face tends to have a stiff smile when I try to catch what they say.

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