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

Example sentences using "Ikea"

Q: I went to IKEA at the end work and I bought a lauge vase.But I broke it when getting off the car.I liked it,so I was sad. ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I went to IKEA after work and bought a large vase. But I broke it when getting out of the car. I liked it, so I was sad.

Synonyms of "Ikea" and their differences

Q: This is an IKEA. ve This is made by IKEA. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: This is an ikea: To identify someplace as an ikea
ex.
- "Do you know what this place is? It's an IKEA."
- "This is an IKEA, they sell furniture here."

This is made by IKEA: To show a product that is produced by IKEA
ex.
- "Do you see this chair? It was made by IKEA, and I put it together."
- "All the furniture in this store is made by IKEA."
Q: I worked at IKEA last year. ve I worked with IKEA last year. ve I worked in IKEA last year. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: "I worked at IKEA last year" and "I worked in IKEA last year" is quite similar but it is hard for me to explain the difference of "at" and "in".
"At" 是 "在","In" 是 "里面"。

"I worked with IKEA last year" 就是你和 IKEA 是工作上的伙伴。可能供应东西给他们/他们供应东西给你,也可能是帮你设计房子/你帮忙他们设计 IKEA 里的展示,vice versa.

Translations of "Ikea"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? IKEAに行ったらセール中ですごく混雑していた。
A: When I went to IKEA they were having a sale and it was so crowded.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? Сегодня у меня был шоппинг в IKEA:
A: today i had a shopping in IKEA
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? IKEA
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? IKEA
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Other questions about "Ikea"

Q: I went to IKEA, Then, they are on sale and it was really crowded. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A:

I went to IKEA. Everything* was* on sales, and it was* really crowded.

You can also say: I went to IKEA. They had a sale, and it was really crowded.

Don’t forget you need a comma (,) after a sentence.... before “and,” “but,” or “or.”

I love sushi. (1 sentence)
I love sushi and rice. (1 sentence)

I love sushi, and I love rice. (2 sentences) (use comma , <—)
Do you love sushi or rice? (1 sentence)

1 sentence —> no need comma (,)
2 sentence—-> need comma
Q: I went to IKEA to see the furniture. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I went to IKEA to look at furniture.
Q: Lütfen bana nasıl telaffuz edeceğimi öğret IKEA.
A: IKEA eye - kee - ah
Q: I went to IKEA for the first time after it is built in our town. I had been to IKEA in Japan and I thought the price was not much different. Both made me feel that everything is a good deal. However, US store is greater to me because other merchandise stores in the US are relatively expensive. I saw many very good design and high quality furniture in not expensive price. Furthermore, the restaurant provide very delicious meatballs and some other menu around $5. I felt it is worth $10 in other restaurants or food courts. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I went to IKEA for the first time since it was built in our town, i had been to the IKEA in japan and the prices weren't much different. They had good deals, but the stores in the US are relatively expensive. I saw lots of great designs, and high quality furniture for low prices. Furthermore, the resturant had delicious meatballs, and options around 5 dollars. The food was so great, i feel like its worth $10 in other restaurants or food courts.

良い
Q: IKEA has come to our city. Today was the grand opening day. The local news said there were many people waiting at the parking area of IKEA 2-3 days before its opening. I do not want to go there when it is crowded, so I will go there 2-3 months later when the situation calms down. With that being said, I was curious how crazy people behaved there. Then, I went by at lunch time and tried to get inside. There were tons of cars parked inside but I couldn’t find where the parking entrance was. There were many policemen in front of the parking area. There was nothing else but to return to my office. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: IKEA has come to our city today and they ended uo having their grand opening today. The local news said there were people waiting in the parking lot 2-3 days before its opening. I didn't want to go there when it was so crouded so I decided I would wait 2-3 months before I went. I was curious to see how crazy people were at the store so i decided to stop by around lunch time and tried getting inside. There were tons of cars parked inside but I couldn't find the entrance. There ended up being alot of policemen infront of the entrance so I decided it would be best to return to my office.

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