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

The meaning of "Library" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит I go to the library at this point. I have to leave my stuff there over dinner and then go back in the evening to make it worth it.

she leave her stuff in the library while having dinner? until dinner? ?
A: she leaves her stuff in the library while she has dinner. until dinner means up to the time of dinner.
Q: Что значит That’s back by the library.?
A: "Back by" could mean it is back in the direction you came from. Or it and the library could be in the back part of a larger school or campus or town.
Q: Что значит I forgot my library card. Can I check you out??
A: It’s a pickup line. Pickup lines are phrases (often cheesy or funny ones) used when you want to flirt with somebody.

“Checking someone out” means to look at a person in an admiring way because you find them attractive.
Example: “Oh my god, that waitress was totally checking you out!”

When you “check out a book” you’re borrowing it from a library.
Example: “Are you checking out that book or just browsing?”

So although the words “check out” are the same in both, the meaning is different when applied to a person 🙂

They begin the pickup line by saying “I forgot my library card” and then finish it with “can I check you out?”, but they mean the other version of “check out”, not the one used for library books, lol.
Q: Что значит We did get the library reservation so were set for Thursday at 12 ?
A: "to be set" for something, in this context, is an informal way to say "to have done everything you need to do to prepare for something."

A: Is Wendy bringing the karaoke machine?
B: Yes, and Mary is bringing snacks.
A: How about Sue? Was she able to get permission from her mom to stay over?
B: Yup. We're all set for a super-fun night!
Q: Что значит The library invented new rooms the more that you visited.?
A: So it looks like the movie isn't fantasy/SF so I think it just means that the library is so big, that they keep finding new rooms each time they visit, so it seems like the library is making(inventing) new rooms each time they go.

Example sentences using "Library"

Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с In the library near of my house exist books for less than US$ 5.

Is correct? Sounds Natural?.
A: The library doesn't sell books, you can borrow them for free.
Bookstores sell books.

"The bookstore near my house sells books for less than $5."
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с library.
A: I went to the library to read a book.

The library was closed.

I want to go to the library to return my book.
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с library.
A: 1. "I'm going to go to the library after school." 2. "I read books at the library." 3. "My school has a big library." 4. "I study at the library everyday."
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с I'll stay in the library..
A: I'll stay in the library and read some books.
I'll stay in the library and study.
I'll stay in the library to finish my work.
I'll stay in the library while waiting for class.

Synonyms of "Library" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между Were you in the library all morning? и Have you been in the library all morning? ?
A: were you in - the person is not in the library right now as we are speaking. they might have been there earlier though.

have you been in - the person is in the library right now as we are speaking. they might not have been in the library earlier though.
Q: В чем разница между I will go to the library. и I would go to the library. ?
A: "I will" is something you're going to do but not done.
"I would" means you can possibly do it but the event has already happened.

I will go to the library after school to do some research for my project.

I would have gone to the library earlier if you told me about the research project.
Q: В чем разница между I study at the library. и I study in the library. ?
A: it is the same meaning.
Q: В чем разница между This is the library where I have worked since Feb. и This is the library where I have been working since Feb. ?
A: They mean the same thing. But the second one sounds better (more fluid/native-sounding)
Q: В чем разница между She may be at the library и She may be in the library ?
A: Both mean the almost the same thing, however you could say "at the library" if the person was standing right outside the door, in situation "in the library" wouldn't work.

Translations of "Library"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? the library
A: i'm not using those apps...kakaotalk,line,whatsapp
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? dreaming little library/
dreaming small library
Are these natural?
It is the name of the small library for local. 는
A: Of course. 천만에욥!
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? in library I uesd print for copies and i need to pay in the front desk. “Can I pay for this copies here?
A: that's perfect
you are good in this
Q: Как сказать на Английском (британский вариант)? in library or at library?
A: Neither are correct. You should say "in the library", "at the library", "in a library" or "at a library". All four of these are correct, but they are slightly different. Use 'the' when you are talking about a library known to the listener. Use 'a' when talking about a library that is not already known to the listener.
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? library
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Library"

Q: I came library after class was over. I have been studying English until now. But I tired. It's about time, I will get home and eat delicious food. это звучит нормально?
A: I came from the library after class was over.
I have been studying English.
But I am tired, it's about time that I go home and eat something.

Notes:The placement of "I have been studying english" sounds kinda odd right there. I suggest saying something such as:
I have been studying English at the library after class.
Q: I'll go library tomorrow это звучит нормально?
A: "I'll go to the library" would be better.
Q: I'm ready to study.
I like to study in the library because it's silent so I can concentrate studying.
Further, I can buy a coffee like Starbucks only by $1.5! It's Amazing!! это звучит нормально?
A: I can buy a cup of coffee like Starbucks (a cup of starbucks coffee/ a cup of coffee that is like Starbucks) for only $1.5!
Q: "I fell asleep when I sat in the library."

Is it the same as the following sentence?

"I fell asleep when sitting in the library."
A: No!
The first implies you sat first, then fell asleep immediately afterwards.
The second implies you fell asleep at some point while you were sitting. (The correct way to write this is "I fell asleep while sitting in the library.")
Q: 1. I went to the library nearby with my husband on foot.
2. I went to the nearest library with my husband on foot. это звучит нормально?
A: Both are natural, but it would be better to use the verb "walk" in conversation.

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