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

The meaning of "Judy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Because Judy Garland has existed as a celebrity in this culture, we are aware of the story of her life as it has entered our cultural awareness, becoming a mythic narrative of the unhappiness of the successful.?
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Q: O que significa “Mikey and Judy time”?
A: It's kind of hard to say without the whole sentence.

I would guess it means "time for Mikey and Judy".

This might mean "time that I will spend with Mikey and Judy", or "time that Mikey and Judy will spend together", or something similar.
Q: O que significa Stink was so excited telling Judy, Rocky, and Frank all about the president's house that Hawaii and Alaska fell off his hat.
(From the book named Judy Moody)?
A: he was so excited to tell them about the president's house that he had completely forgotten about hawaii and alaska

Example sentences using "Judy"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com 1. Judy will have been there. 2. Judy has been there. 3. Judy will be there.
Is there any difference between these 3 sentences using the questions below?
Will Judy ________? Where will Judy _________?.
A: Hi Lucky,

We use 'Will have been' to specify some future event that would be happening at a certain point of time in future. " Judy will have been there for two years this September.

We use "Has been" for something that happened in the past and may still be happening. "Judy has been there for 10 months."

We use "Will be there" for a future event. "Judy will be there next year. "

Would Judy have been there. (past tense)
Has Judy been there? (past tense)
Will Judy be there? ( future tense)

Where will Judy be? (future tense)
Where has Judy been? (past tense)
Will Judy be there? ( future tense)

Synonyms of "Judy" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Judy always says that patience is A virtue, but she is the least patient person I've ever met e Judy always says that patience is virtue, but she is the least patient person I've ever met ?
A: In the former sentence, patience is just one of the many virtues there are. In the latter, only patience=virtue.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I saw Judy as I was getting off the train e I saw Judy when I was getting off the train ?
A: They both mean the same thing. Just a different way to say it.

Translations of "Judy"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Judy usualmente no va al gimnasio
A: Judy usually does not (or doesn't) goes to the gym

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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? 老師每兩天考一次小考。今天是禮拜ㄧ,Judy考了一次小考,那她這個禮拜還要考幾次小考?
A: A teacher gives a quiz once every two days. Today is Monday and Judy has already completed one quiz. How many more quizzes does Judy have to complete in the week?

Other questions about "Judy"

Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar 「Auntie Judy was also carrying out her special dish of green beans.」

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Q: I told Judy that Keiko didn't mean to do that in order for Keiko not to lose Judy’s trust. soa natural?
A: Very close!! It would sound more natural if you swap the order of “not to” and make it “to not.”

I told Judy that Keiko didn't mean to do that in order for Keiko to not lose Judy’s trust.
Q: What does it mean by
" Judy excitedly exited the barn with her parents"

how can someone excited the barn??
A: "Exit the barn" means she left the barn or walked out of the barn
Q: 1.Had Judy been more careful on the Maths exam, she would be getting much better results now.
2.Had Judy been more careful on the Maths exam, she would get much better results now.
A: I would probably say, "Had Judy been more careful on the Math exam, she would have gotten better results."

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