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

Synonyms of "Oversea" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre oversea e abroad ?
A: When talking of abroad and overseas, the two terms are same. If someone asks about the difference between abroad and overseas, it can be difficult to make out a difference between the two. Abroad and overseas are used as synonyms and used interchangeably.
When talking of the two terms, abroad is used more commonly than overseas. When people talk of going out of their country, they usually refer to as going abroad rather than going overseas.
Both abroad and overseas refers to going out of one’s country to another foreign country. Overseas usually refers to going out of one’s country beyond the sea. The term is related to countries across the sea. Abroad also refers to going out of one’s own country to another country but it does not specific going beyond the sea.
Abroad can be referred to crossing a main land. For example, a person going for France to Germany can say that he is going abroad. On the other hand, if a person goes from India to Sri Lanka, he can say that he is going overseas as there is sea between the two countries.
In English Language, both abroad and overseas are used in different ways. The two words are used differently as adjectives. When abroad is always used after the word it describes, Overseas is used before the noun.
When the two words are used as adverbs, they are not interchangeable. One can say that travelers from US are going abroad when they travel to Canada. But one cannot say that they are going overseas.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre oversea e overseas ?
A: The correct word is overseas. For example, "I moved from Japan to California. I moved overseas." Overseas almost always implies moving to another country.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre oversea e abroad e I'm going to study abroad. e I'm going to study oversea. ?
A: They are both correct and have the same meaning.

"study abroad" is more commonly used.

"overseas" is used more when talking about travelling/vacations.

Translations of "Oversea"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? oversea
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Other questions about "Oversea"

Q: In oversea, there is a Parrot whose name is “Snowball”.
After start music, he dancing to the music and changing 14 patterns dance. soa natural?
A: Oversea, there is a Parrot whose name is “Snowball”.
After the music starts, he dances to the music with a mixture of 14 different styles of dance.
Q: I am an oversea student that chose to apply the master program of Architecture ARB Pt 2 at the University of Edinburgh. Accounting to the requirement, applicants should hold ARB Part1 qualification as a required criteria.But for international student,like me from China, there is almost no probability to obtain it in my bachelor degree study. While at the moment,I am yearning to pursue postgraduate education in UK, especially to apply for the course mentioned above but without ARB Part1 qualification. So I was wondering that what could I do with this situation? and whether it is possible for me to claim the exemption of this qualification and I am also eligible to apply to that architecture course? I'm looking forward to your reply. Thank you very much. soa natural?
A: *overseas
- hold can be replaced with "acquire" that means possess or to own something
- whether isn't necessary, you could say " is it possible for me to be exempted.. "
- and " am I eligible to apply *for the*"

you're good in English, just a bit errors but you'll do fine :)
Q: I think oversea students who are not superb in English can't build their careers abroad in such aspects like communications, law, media, psychologies,...(which are strongly related to languages). Is it right?
Is there any social sciences job in which language barrier isn't a huge burden?
A: There are a lot of Vietnamese communities abroad so if you want, you can work with decent English and Vietnamese in the social sciences :)
Q: I'm planing to go oversea first time.I want to relaxing,doing nathing. soa natural?
A: Maybe you should say "I'm planing to go overseas for the first time. I want to relax and do nothing. "
Q: I would like to study in oversea but my English is not good now.
I wrote this right?
A: I would like to study overseas but my English is not good right now.

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