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

El significado de "Roots" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa I've got no roots ?
A: You think of roots in this situation like the roots of a plant. They are things that hold you down and keep you in one place. For a person this could be family, friends, or a job. If I visited in a city where I didn't know anyone I could say that I don't have any roots to the city
Q: ¿Qué significa roots?
A: Roots can mean
1 The part of a plant that absorbs water and nutrients, usually under the ground.
2 A persons heritage or ancestry.
Q: ¿Qué significa "she really roots for people" ?
A: She really supports people (Ella realmente apoya a la gente)
Q: ¿Qué significa roots ?
A: Your cultural identity and heritage
Q: ¿Qué significa I'm down with the roots?
A: One meaning: the person likes the band "the roots"

"down with" is slang for "accepting and liking"

Ejemplos de oración usando "Roots"

Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con to put down roots.
A: Usually this expression means to settle in a certain area, town, etc.

"I decided to move to the capital, buy a house, start a family... You know, really put down some roots."
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con roots.
A: She pulled the roots of the plants up
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con to have roots of.
A: 'To have roots of' means when something originated from another thing. It isn't used very often. For example

Smart phones have roots in portable music devices.

I have roots in France, my family once lived there.


Traducciones de "Roots"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? “Let’s go back to the roots, when everything started”. Does this sound natural, if I want to refer to the begging of my career, and say about it next.
A: Let’s go back to the roots, *from where* everything started
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? How do you say 木の根が絡まっている?
Is that "The roots of the tree are entwined"
or " The roots of the tree are tangled up" ?
A: Entwined and tangled have the same meaning, but The roots of the tree are entwined, in my opinion, is the correct answer.
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? roots take in water and nutrients from the soil. are there any mistakes in this sentence?
A: "Roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil" is better.

Otras preguntas sobre "Roots"

Q: ¿Esto suena natural? The roots of Blues is Black music.

=Blues come from Black music.
A: × The roots of Blues is Black music.
✓ The Blues has its roots in [traditional] black music.

× =Blues come from Black music.
✓ =The blues originated from [traditional] black music.

I would probably not say "black music" here. "Traditional black music" sounds more respectful than "black music". You could also say "African music" (or "African American music" if you are only talking about the blues music from America).

Americans have trouble talking about race, so using words to describe non-white people is a little tricky in English. :)
Q: Whatever their roots are, We should be able to be friends if our values ​​are similar.

Can you understand this sentence?
A: Yes!

You can also say:

1) We should be able to be friends,if we share the same values, no matter what our roots are.

or
2) We should be able to be friends, if we share the same values, no matter where we come from.

#2 is what we usually say and includes the idiomatic phrases that we tend to use.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? How far back do your roots go?

Japan has a long history. People in Honshuu seem to be able to trace their roots and history of their family tree, as far as they live in the same place that they inherit from their ancestors.
But Hokkaido is completely different from them in going back to our roots.
Our ancestors were people that were likely to have difficulties for living in their hometown.
That’s why they dared to leave their hometown for “a new world, Hokkaido" as pioneers.
I was born in Hokkaido.
I don’t know about any ancestors except my grandparents, who came from Tohoku, and Kagawa Pre.
I might have my blood relatives there, but I don’t have any means of knowing about them.
A: How far back do your roots go?

Japan has a long history. People in Honshuu seem to be able to trace their roots and history of their family tree, as far as they live in the same place that they inherit from their ancestors.
However, compared to Hokkaido, things are completely different when it comes to family roots and history.
Our ancestors were people that were likely to have difficulties from living in their hometown due to the fact they where limited to certain materials, hindered by possibly harsh weather and wildlife.
Because of this, these brave entrepreneurs dared leave their hometown for “a new world, Hokkaido" as pioneers.
I was born in Hokkaido.
I don’t know about any ancestors except my grandparents, who came from Tohoku, and Kagawa Pre.
I might have my blood relatives there, but I don’t have any means of knowing about them.


This is really good!! Your grammar/vocabulary is excellent and the point got across well!
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? In Japanese, when the dark roots of someone with dyed light hair have grown out too long, we often say that "Your hair is like creme caramel. "
What do you describe the state as in your language?
A: In America we just say that the persons roots are showing but when that happens people just try to turn their hair into an ombré.
Q: Where did it originate or where are the roots of the English language?
A: Breifly:

Angles, Saxons, and Jutes come to England from northern Germany. Conquer peoples there. The two languages mix.

Centuries later Vikings come and do the same thing.

Later the Norman French conquer England, firmly implanting English with Latin based vocabulary.

From there English ferments and matures into modern day English.

English is a mixed language from the moment we begin to recognize its emergence. It explains the weird grammar, (look up 'meaningless do' and prof John McWorter) broad array of vocabulary, and many other quirks which tend to make learning it as a second language a precarious affair.

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