Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Melbourne"

El significado de "Melbourne" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa Melbourne, the capital, has been under tighter restrictions 

The word "under" in this sentence, what is mean? and what difference would it make without it??
A: under = subject to

Melbourne, the capital, has been tighter restrictions = doesn't make sense.
"Under" is needed to connect the tighter restrictions to Melbourne.


Q: ¿Qué significa the low-down on what's up, in Melbourne.?
A: Melbourneのイベント情報
と思います
Q: ¿Qué significa A「F### Melbourne. Just come back.」
B 「No, you come back.」?
A: メルボーンをやめろよ、戻ってこいや
いや、君はもどってきて

Traducciones de "Melbourne"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? In Melbourne, people can die their hair colorful, can have tattoo, and can walk city in eccentric fashion. In Japan, these people will be stared with prejudice sight except Harajyuku or Shibuya that is a city for young people.
A: In Melbourne, people can dye their hair colorfully, can have tattoos, and can dress in eccentric clothes. In Japan, these people would be viewed with prejudice. Harajyuku or Shibuya, cities for young people, are not as prejudice.
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? J'aimerais déménager a Melbourne.
A: I would like to move to Melbourne.
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? I've been on Melbourne for a year and i miss there. wish to meet some locals and know more about Melbourne. we can use iMessage to chat.
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Otras preguntas sobre "Melbourne"

Q: Por favor, muéstrame cómo pronunciar Melbourne .
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Q: I'm planning to go to Melbourne, Australia for a working holiday because one of my acquaintances lives there. He said I'm willing to help you out with getting used to living there. Like getting a job. looking for shared accommodation at a reasonable price, something like that.
I may stay his house for about few weeks to one month until getting a house and a job.

☞ Could you correct these sentences? (To be more natural)
A: I'm planning to go to Melbourne, Australia for a working holiday because one of my acquaintances lives there. He said *he's* willing to help *me* out with getting used to living there. Like getting a job, [comma] looking for shared accommodation at a reasonable price, *things* like that.
*He has invited me to* stay *at* his house for *a few weeks or a month* until *I get* a house and a job.

The asterisks (*) mark the words that I've changed.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? Melbourne,Thanks for about 3 months.
I made funny friends so I could have fulfilling days!
But I was freezing to death every morning.
I decided to set a clear goal and The last 8 months enjoy in new places!
I will come back to japan for 1 week.
A: It was difficult to understand, but the following is a bit better:


Melbourne, thank you for the last 3 months.
I made some funny friends so the days were fulfilling (or satisfying)!
...
I decided to set a clear goal and enjoy the next 8 months in new places!
I will be returning to Japan for a week.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? Melbourne is so multicultral that I could meet many people from Africa, middle east, Europe.
A: say "and" before "Europe"

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