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Topic: Modals 'to ask someone to do something'
Posted: Friday, January 8, 2016 8:13:15 AM
I would, I could, I will and I can. There. That's all of them, so the message HAS to get through, doesn't it?
Topic: nosebag
Posted: Thursday, January 7, 2016 12:24:18 AM
also used in the UK for; small bags of drugs used for a similar reason as a horse; a spying female (like a neighbor)
Topic: going-over
Posted: Saturday, December 19, 2015 7:22:07 PM
thar wrote:
Alisson Souza wrote:

this example is literally a severe beating.


Cambridge dictionary (British meanings)

noun [S]
› an ​activity such as ​cleaning that is done ​carefully and ​completely:
This carpet's ​filthy! It ​needs a really good going-over.
Detectives have given the ​apartment a ​thorough going-over (= ​examined it ​carefully).

› UK informal an ​occasion when someone is ​hit ​repeatedly:
They said I'd get a ​real going-over if I didn't ​pay them by ​tomorrow.

I haven't paid. Where are they?