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

The meaning of "Something" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy to be jazzed about something?
A: to be really excited about
Q: Co znaczy s.t.(it's something shows in mathmatics)?
A: S.t. - subject to
Q: Co znaczy Where can I find something to write on??
A: Where can I find ~? = ~はどこですか。
something to write on = 何か書くもの
Q: Co znaczy you're something ?
A: "You're something" or "You're really something" has a few different uses. It can be used to mean "you're really great", although I think this is kind of old-fashioned. My grandma would say this. More often now people use it sarcastically to mean the opposite, like you're being really annoying, rude, or mean.
Q: Co znaczy you might be onto something?
A: --> "That's a good/interesting idea"

Example sentences using "Something"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z something like.
A: I want to eat something like a cake.
Here, "something like" is used to describe what a thing is similar to. You want to eat something similar to a cake.

This is something like a pillow.
If you are pointing at something (the "this") and your friend doesn't know what it is, you use "something like" to describe what the object is similar to. In this case, you're saying it's an object similar to a pillow. You may describe it being similar to a pillow because you can rest your head on it
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z i found something is.
A: I found something is not what it seems
I found something is harder than it looks
I found something is easier than I thought
I found something is just as good as this.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z Buy something on the arm/cuff.
A: If you say this in a noisy bar people will ask you what you have just said four times in a row.
Can I get a beer on the cuff?
What?
Give me a beer on the cuff.
Excuse me?
I want a #! Beer on the cuff!
Oh hell no, we only take payment up front.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z I have something done .
A: This is something that native speakers DO say- it's pretty common. 'Have something done'. Both of your examples are something that would be used often.
"I'm going to have my hair done."
"I had my makeup done for the wedding."
"Over the weekend, I'm going to get my roof done." (meaning fixed)
"I'm going to go get my nails done."
A lot of services that people would need is something that they would 'have done', but it doesn't work for everything. A lot of cosmetic things that girls would 'have done' apply.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z go about doing something.
A: !!!!!!! You get it! Perfect! You are speaking like a native! 🙌🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼☺️☺️☺️☺️😎😎😎😎😆😆😆

Synonyms of "Something" and their differences

Q: Jaka jest różnica między something i anything ?
A: similar to the difference between etwas and irgendetwas. Something usually refers to a particular (bestimmt) thing, with "anything", it doesn't matter which, ANYthing will do.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między I'm into (something). i I'm obsessed with (something). ?
A: Being obsessed is an extreme. Being into something means you have an interest in that thing.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między forget something i forget about something ?
A: Certainly, that is another meaning. So, what I said is one case but "forget about it" can also mean 気に留めない。

It can be used as an expression.

A: Can I pay you for the taxi?
B: Oh, don't worry, forget about it.

Or, in a sentence like this:

"I want you to forget about what I said last night, I was just feeling stressed."

The first situation is "I have forgotten about something" and the second is "I'm asking you to forget about something".
Q: Jaka jest różnica między I smell something good i I can smell something good ?
A: We say: i smell something good, when the action is happening at that moment. I can smell something good is when you think you smell it but you are not sure, or you are agreeing with the person who asked if you can smell it.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między he said something mean right at my face i he said something mean right in my face ?
A: Best way to say it is "He said something mean right to my face."

It means he said it directly to you instead of behind your back

Translations of "Something"

Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? when I notice something, naturally I would say 'Oh I see now', but is it possible 'Oh I do now'??
A: "I see", if you're not talking about your eyes, can mean "I understand." You CAN put "now" at the end of it, but we usually don't.

"I do now" would be used as a response to a question. For example if there is a woman you're interested in and someone tells you "Oh her? She swims at the gym on Thursdays. Do you swim too?" You would say "I do now" to indicate that you are going to start going to the gym to swim on Thursdays.
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? How do you say that something starts/ begins with a certain letter?
A: (The word) beings with a(n)...
Then the letter
For example, the word dog begins with a d
The word Apple begins with an a
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? when you listen to something (for example, to music, to radio or to tv show) and write it down, by other word, when you make subtitles.
A: @notoed: ohh, I get it now, the way you worded that first paragraph was making it seem weird. It's just called a transcript or just copying.
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? when you listen to something (for example, to music, to radio or to tv show) and write it down, by other word, when you make subtitles.
A: The verb that describes what you've said is "to transcribe".
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? When you're about to say something, and someone says that before you
A: Generally "I was going to say that."
If you want something more idiomatic to express that you agree but they said it first "You took the words right out of my mouth!"

P1: "I think she should know better."
P2: (Was thinking the same thing): "You took the words right out of my mouth!"

Other questions about "Something"

Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? After losing something, we start to feel it precious, even though we haven't felt so precious until then. Have we really felt it precious? Or do we just feel fear to lose it?
A: × After losing something, we start to feel it precious, even though we haven't felt so precious until then.
✓ After losing something, it feels more precious, even though we hadn't noticed it until then.

× Have we really felt it precious?
✓ Was it actually precious?

"Or are we just scared of losing it?" Is another option.
Q: I just now bought something my girlfriend highly recommended.
I just now bought the thing which my girlfriend recommended highly.

Are these expressions similar and natural?
A: the first one is more natural.
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? When something is going wrong, have a moment to see the table below and from "Corrective Actions" try suitable one before attributing the trouble to the product's failure.
A: × When something is going wrong, have a moment to see the table below and from "Corrective Actions" try suitable one before attributing the trouble to the product's failure.
✓ If something isn’t working, take a moment to check the table below and try the suitable "Corrective Actions" before attributing the trouble to the product's failure.

Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? When something is going wrong, have a moment to see the table below and from "Corrective Actions" try suitable one before attributing the trouble to the product's failure.
A: × When something is going wrong, have a moment to see the table below and from "Corrective Actions" try suitable one before attributing the trouble to the product's failure.
✓ When something goes wrong, please take a moment to refer to the table below and from "Corrective Actions" try any suitable one before attributing the trouble to the product's failure.

Please refer to the instructions in the table
"Corrective Actions" to ascertain, and rectify the fault.
Q: We only perceive something to be simple if we have the time available to perform the function.

I can’t make sense of the meaning of the words
“to perform the function”.

Please explain it.
A: It means “to do the thing that we are supposed/want/need to do/the thing that has been mentioned earlier.”

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