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

The meaning of "Brother" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does how many brothers and sister do you have ? mean?
A: ¿Cuántos hermanos y hermanas tienes?
Q: What does brother in law (AS WE READ) (registration) mean?
A: Your "brother-in-law" is your sister's husband or your wife's brother.

as we read = while we read

"Registration" usually (but not always) mean car registration, which is the official documentation for your car.
Q: What does I have two brothers mean?
A: They are not including himself/herself.
Q: What does my brother goes surfing every weekend , he is reallt at it mean?
A: mi hermano va a surfear cada semana
Q: What does he opens up about his brother mean?
A: "Opens up about" can mean "feels free to talk about" as well.

Example sentences using "Brother"

Q: Please show me example sentences with It is my brother.
A: usualmente nos no refirmos a gente con la pronombre "it". a veces es ofensivo.

correcto: él (he) - he is my brother o this is my brother.


-who's this?
-this is my brother, [name].

-who's he?
-he's my brother.

estoy aprendiendo espanol lo siento por errores
Q: Please show me example sentences with hello brother I can speak English.
A: "Hello, do you speak English?"
"Hello Brother, yes I can speak english."

"Hello Brother, I can speak english. Would you like me to translate?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with I will meet my younger brother at the youngdeungpo station
in the evening.
A: What you wrote is a sentence; there's nothing wrong with it.
I will meet my younger brother at the Youngdeungpo station
in the evening.
Q: Please show me example sentences with brethren.
A: Brethren is an archaic word for brother and mostly used by churches or people who want to sound like they are from the past.

"Brethren, heed my call! We attack at dawn."

"The brethren of the church worship God every day."

Synonyms of "Brother" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between brothers and siblings ?
A: Siblings is more general. This means it can be girls and/or boys. Brothers refer to boys only
Q: What is the difference between brothers and siblings ?
A: brothers means only boys .
Ex: My brother Michael broke his leg.
siblings means brothers and sisters.
Ex: My two siblings Maria and Michael play in the stadium.
Q: What is the difference between He intentionally killed his brother. and He deliberately killed his brother. ?
A: They are synonyms, which as with all synonyms means there is a slight difference in nuance (no two words are exactly identical).

Intentionally and on purpose differ mainly in register. Deliberately also carries another meaning of doing something with great care (compare deliberated), which while not necessarily implied in the sense you are talking about, does colour the word.

So, you can use any of them to convey the same meaning, but you might consider those subtle differences when aiming for the perfect choice in more considered writing.

Q: What is the difference between He is my little brother and He is my younger brother ?
A: @giuemax: some sibling depending on how close they are would say he's my baby brother or she's my baby sister don't mess with them there looking out for each other (protective instincts)

he is my little brother means hes the youngest out of the family of siblings

he is my younger brother he's only 21 im still the older one though but still consider the baby in the household if you are the youngest in the family you are known as the baby in the group (youngest one out of the family)

baby brother/baby sister can mean a new addition to the family or baby recently born example the youngest sibling in the family was born today she will be known as the baby of the family
Q: What is the difference between it might have been her brother. and it might be her brother. ?
A: It might have been her brother = I THOUGHT the man was maybe her brother.

It might be her brother = I THINK the man is maybe her brother.

Translations of "Brother"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? your little brother's wife
A: if he is not your brother, then she is "my friend's wife". It doesn't matter if he's older or younger than you, we don't differentiate age titles in this example.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 친구가 3 brother and 3 sisther이 있데요. 그래서 제가 여기서 '당신은 몇째입니까?'라고 물어보고 싶습니다 영어로 어떻게 말해야하나요??
A: In english we don't usually ask what is your birth order because it is unnatural.

You can ask are you the eldest child (첫째)? Or are you the the middle child/ youngest child?

From there they will tell you the sequence.Hope this helps :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "she's beautiful like/as her brother"
A: Okay, it's she's beautiful like her brother.
We use like to compare two things, to compare appearance or behaviour, we always use like, not as, espero esto te sirva :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? old/elder/big brother which is common?
A: Most people say "older brother" (not "old brother"); "big brother" is more commonly said by little kids. (However, it's not uncommon for older kids to refer to their younger brother/sister as their "little brother/sister")

While it is true that people normally just call their siblings "brother" or "sister", phrases like "older brother" and "little sister" are used fairly often, especially when that sibling is not present.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if your brother lived/ lives in New York I would invite him .
which one is correct ??

Other questions about "Brother"

Q: I'm playing with my brother. I'm playing to brother. what is the difference between "with" and "to" , what is the moment where I should to use each of these?
A: "I'm playing to brother" no tiene sentido. Podría decir "I am playing TO MY brother" pero no es común. Significaría que trato de hacerlo feliz.

"Why are you acting so strangely like that?"
"I'm playing to my brother. He likes when I do that."
Q: >My brother goes to school by train and by bus.
Do I have to say the second "by"?
A: no, you don't have to say it
Q: Has he any brothers?
Does this sound natural?
A: You missed a word.
"Has he got any brothers?"
"Does he have any brothers?"
Q: I helped my brother prepare the paper to circulate among our neighbors. Does this sound natural?
A: can use "to distribute" or " to deliver "
Q: I can't believe my brother messed my computer up when I went into my room, there are crushed my computer here and there. Does this sound natural?
A: It would sound better like this. "I can't believe my brother messed my computer up. When I went into my room there were pieces of my computer here and there" remember punctuation as it really makes a difference in how the sentence sounds (:

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