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Topic: Which one is best fit?
Posted: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:56:00 PM
Yes. I've now learnt it.
Nevertheless, the first explanation was also helpful.
Found.. always breaks things down. that actually matches his chosen name FOUDIT always fond of it!

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: Which one is best fit?
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017 2:01:04 PM
Thanks a ton.
Please which one is likely to be used in such an instance. And why?

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: Which one is best fit?
Posted: Sunday, April 09, 2017 3:31:54 AM
Hi Everyone,
John introduced Kennedy to a friend George for the first time. Which of the following should George say in terms of his ability to recognize Kennedy the next time.
George : I'd know him if I saw him again / I'll know him if I see him again.

Thanks a million.

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: Meaning of partially in context?
Posted: Sunday, April 09, 2017 3:14:50 AM
Seems Josh understanding was said by FOUDIT but said metaphorically.

Thanks.

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: Meaning of partially in context?
Posted: Monday, March 27, 2017 10:32:42 AM
Actually George was present in the room. And was rightly found in the room by the person who had been asking for him,
uninjured, and was in good condition though.
What do you Say?

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: Unslayable.
Posted: Sunday, March 26, 2017 4:27:34 AM
I watched a movie a couple of days ago. And the hero said to a villain : "slaying the unslayable"
Tried looking into a dictionary if USLAYABLE ever exist, but had no entry in the dic. Does the word exist? Surprisingly it not in the TF either.

Many thanks.
Drool

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Topic: Meaning of partially in context?
Posted: Sunday, March 26, 2017 4:17:28 AM
A gentleman went into a building looking for somebody, and as soon as he got into the room he asked another person who was sitting in the same room saying "is George here?". And the person who was sitting in the room but must have been familiar with George replied : "partially "
What did he mean by replying using partially?

Thanks a ton.

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: time for offering /offering time is due?
Posted: Sunday, March 26, 2017 4:07:15 AM
Ok. Thanks Found and Romany. Another was,
Pupil sat for their paper in school and when it was nearly time for the collection of the papers, the invengilator announced; "time is due"
Is this correct to say that?

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Topic: time for offering /offering time is due?
Posted: Friday, March 24, 2017 3:36:57 PM
If it was time for offering in church would it be grammatically correct to say:

offering time is due? instead of saying it is time for offering?

Many thanks.

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.
Topic: Life & suffering.
Posted: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 4:52:42 PM
I've really thought about this for many years, but each time I do I only think to my self. And that is that - is there any sense in living and suffering in ones' life? I personally don't think there is any element of sense in living and suffering in one's life.
What do you Say.
Thanks a ton.

I know only one thing - that is that I know nothing.

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