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

The meaning of "Beatles" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa « why she had to go i don't know, she wouldn't say » (Beatles, Yesterday)
Why do we use here « wouldn’t »? If I understand it correctly, she didn’t say (in the past) why she had to go. Could we just say:  « she didn’t say »? ?
A: You can say both "she didn’t say" and "she wouldn’t say". But "didn't" means plainly just
"did not". It's like true or false, did or didn't.
"Wouldn't" is like she decided to not say it. She chose to not say it.
Q: O que significa Beatles?
A: The Beatles are a music group from the 1960s
Q: O que significa The Beatles' Rocky knows the sign for this animal . ?
A: Perhaps the singer made the racoon sign language during his performance. and it is a fact known to those who lived in that era.
Q: O que significa the Beatles' song 'Love me do'
I want to know the meaning of Love me do?
A: it just means "love me" they add the "do" as an artistic take on the phrase "love me" . It sounds better with the rest of the song as opposed to just love me

Synonyms of "Beatles" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre I went to the Beatles concert. e I went to the Beatles’s concert. ?
A: It can be an adjective:

Beatles memorabilia

Or a noun:

The Beatles
Q: Qual é a diferença entre The Beatles are still popular among the youngsters e The Beatles is still popular among the youngsters ?
A: The former refers to the members; the latter, the band as a whole.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre The Beatles is great. e The Beatles are great. ?
A: is = singular noun
are= plural noun

ex.1 The dog IS eating all of his food
(talking about one dog)

ex.2 The dog's ARE eating all of their food
(Talking about more than one dog)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre The Beatles that is famous e The Beatles who is famous ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I'm playing the Beatles on the guitar e I'm playing the Beatles with the guitar ?
A: It's about the same meaning if you are thinking of playing the series of Beatles in the guitar he first one sounds much more fluent .

Translations of "Beatles"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? Hello,
in the Beatles' song ''Imagine'', why do they use the singular in this sentence ''
Imagine there's no countries ?
A: "There's" is frequently used in normal conversation outside of song lyrics where a plural form should strictly be used. "Look, there's two buses together". "There's two tickets left for the show - shall we get them?".
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? 1.Les Beatles existent depuis 49ans, 2. Ils ont sorti leur dernier album dans les années 70. 3. Les gens sont dingues des Beatles depuis 50 ans.
A: 1.The Beatles have been around for 49 years
2. They released their last album in the 1970s
3. People have been crazy about the Beatles for 50 years.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? the Beatles
A: Se Dice The Beatles. Es un nombre de una banda.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? The Beatles es la mejor banda de todos los tiempos?
A: The Beatles is the best band of all time.

Other questions about "Beatles"

Q: The Beatles has a lot of songs. soa natural?
A: It should be "The Beatles have a lot of songs."
Q: If the Beatles didn't break up, the history of rock music would be slightly different. soa natural?
A: perfect!
Q: The Beatles organized an American tour, but they were very nervous. soa natural?
A: とても良かった !
Q: They say that on 6/29 the Beatles came to Japan for the first time soa natural?
A: @Alisa_08 "They say..." is correct.

Some foreign English speakers have been taught to make all the tenses in a sentence the same, but that is not right.

For example...

A There's Tokyo Tower!
B I didn't know how big it is!

In the past B didn't know. It is big today. You can mix tense in a sentence when it makes sense.

"They say that on 29 June the Beatles came to Japan for the first time." Today (present) we can talk about the past (the 1960s).
Q: In The Beatles' famous song "Ticket To Ride", I found a strange sentence - "She's got a ticket to ride but she don't care".
In this sentence why does it say "don't"? I think it should be "doesn't" instead.
A: English songs are often ungrammatical to help with the meter or rhymes.

Is it the same in Japan?

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