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A well known British superstition is that black cats are unlucky.
poedgar posted a new thread.
Does 'away from' mean here 'apart from'?
Alfa possessing more outright top speed but the Ferrari offering better throttle response...
It’s all down to changes in pronunciation over time (and indeed dialects today) - many pedantics (like myself) will still use an + h at...
What does 'to sit on a black cat' mean? It looks like an idiom but I could not find anything like this on the Internet.
It's because see is a verb of perception which is followed by the object and a bare infinitive.
But are there regular partisans?
dcx97 posted a new thread.
I was going through Merriam-Webster and came across the following example: "A new washstand and basin"
I always thought...
They weren't regular soldiers, recruited, trained and serving in ordinary armies.
Please note: ‘its’ for possessives, ‘it’s’ for ‘it is’.
That makes sense. :)
I agree with Uncle Jack. I was trying to make sense of the sentence as it was.
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Thanks, teddy. So this “but” means “but not”?
zemleroi posted a new thread.
Quero saber o quê significa a frase "amigo maior que o pensamento" (na letra da canção de Zéca Afonso «Traz outro amigo também»)? É que...
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