Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Do"

The meaning of "Do" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy How does it compare ??
A: The speaker is asking for the listener's opinion of the object. Specifically, the listener is being asked to compare the object to other objects which have been experienced.
Q: Co znaczy To do it all over?
A: it’s weirdly worded but it means to do it again like もう一回して、今回 (to rescue him, this time to save his life)

sorry my Japanese isn’t very good! :) but I hope that makes sense
Q: Co znaczy to do very little?
A: The sentence means Tom is being paid a lot of money, but isn’t doing much.
Q: Co znaczy Do they do that anymore these day?

?
A: 요즘 아직도 해요?
In that context, it means "Do people still listen to entire songs?"
Also, there's a spelling mistake: it should be "these days," not "these day." 🙂
Q: Co znaczy to do very little?
A: It means that he doesn't have many responsibilities. Or they are very simple. Basically, he has an easy job.

Example sentences using "Do"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z 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: Napisz przykładowe zdania z 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: Napisz przykładowe zdania z 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: Napisz przykładowe zdania z 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: Napisz przykładowe zdania z 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."

Synonyms of "Do" and their differences

Q: Jaka jest różnica między I don't care how much it costs? i I don't care what it costs? ?
A: "How much" usually refers only to money.

"What" can be money or other things like relationships, health, etc. Some things can have a cost beyond money.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między I don't really like it i I really don't like it ?
A: “I don’t really like it” usually means that you don’t actually like it.

“I really don’t like it” means that your feelings of dislike are pretty strong.

If you got a gift from your mother that you don’t actually like, you might whisper to your dad “I don’t really like it.”

If you eat something that you think tastes terrible, you might say “I really don’t like it.”
Q: Jaka jest różnica między I can’t do that i I can’t be doing that ?
A: This is tough because they mean the same thing. However, “I can’t do that” is used more commonly. A good rule is to say “I can’t do that” when you are talking about something in the present and use “I can’t be doing that” when talking about something in the past.

Example
Person 1: Do you want to drink tonight?
Person 2: I can’t do that, I have to drive home.

Example
She asked me if I wanted to go to the nightclub last night. I can’t be doing that anymore because I have to wake up early for work now.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między how do you like that i how you like that ?
A: It sounds more casual without "do".

The same is true for other sentences with "you".

-Are you going tomorrow?
-You going tomorrow? (more casual)
Q: Jaka jest różnica między 1. I don't like it very much. i 2. I don't like it that much. i 3. I don't really like it. ?
A: To me they all mean the same thing: I don’t like it but I tolerate it to be polite or if I have no better option.

Translations of "Do"

Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? What do you call this
A: Playing cards
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? I didn't want to be cocky
이 표현이 자연스럽나요?
A: 근데 문맥이 뭐에요?
비슷한 더 자연스러워운 표현들:
i didn’t want to offend you
i didn’t mean it like that (in an arrogant/cocky way)
i didn’t want to come off as arrogant/rude
i didn’t want to sound cocky
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? 私の趣味は○○と○○と〇〇です。

私には沢山の趣味があります。

How do you say this in English?
A: My hobbies/ pastimes are ... , ....... and .....
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? when do you use "I was" or "I were" ; are they completely interchangeable?
A: @ismaxavila

They are not interchangeable at all.

You use – I were – in conditional sentences

If I were to arrive early, I could help.
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? How do you say “passeggiare”?
A: go for a walk

Other questions about "Do"

Q: 1. Do you have school, tomorrow?
2. Do you go to school, tomorrow?
3. Are you gonna go to school tomorrow?


I wanna ask my friend if he goes to school tomorrow to take classes or meet up with someone or anything.

How do I ask him?

Thanks in advance☺️
A: 3 is correct for this situation
Q: Do you think who will vote for you?と
Who do you think will vote for you?の違いを教えてください。
A: Who do you で合っています。

Do you で始まるとYesかNoで答えるような変な質問になりますし、YesかNoの答えがほしいときはそもそもに別の言い方をします。
Q: Do you use "thrice"? Because I looked up the meaning in Google and it says that it's archaic...

In case you don't use it anymore, is there a synonym? Or you just say "Three times a week" for example?
A: People rarely use "thrice" , from my experience. And yes, you could say "Three times a week."
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? Do you apologize when you slightly bump into someone or when you almost bump into anyone in a crowded area/place?

Korean A: No, I rarely say “excuse me” or “pardon me” or “I’m sorry”.

Even when you step on other person’s foot in a subway? 😲

Korean A: I do say it, but not always.



Q.
Could you make this writing more natural?


A: × Do you apologize when you slightly bump into someone or when you almost bump into anyone in a crowded area/place?
✓ Reporter: Do you apologize when you slightly bump into or almost bump into someone in a crowded area or place?

× Korean A: No, I rarely say “excuse me” or “pardon me” or “I’m sorry”.
✓ Korean A: No, I rarely say “excuse me” or “pardon me” or “I’m sorry.”

× Even when you step on other person’s foot in a subway?
✓ Reporter: Even when you step on someone's foot in a subway?

× Korean A: I do say it, but not always.
✓ Korean A: Then maybe, but not always.

× Could you make this writing more natural?
✓ Could you make this conversation more natural?

Q: what did he say?
and what does that mean
A: cattywampus, (to be out of alignment, askew) bumfuzzled (confused), argle bargle (to say a lot of words that make no sense), not really a sentence.

Almost nobody uses these words.

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