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Topic: rouse oneself/ rise to one’s feet
Posted: Sunday, June 26, 2011 1:07:52 PM
He roused himself unwillingly from his thoughts upon the past experiences and rose to his feet.
I think the crux of the above expression is the subject has regained the capacity for sensory perception.
We can understand the expression in two pieces:
1. roused himself unwillingly from his thoughts : the subject comes out of his dreams(or thoughts).
2. rose to his feet: He regains his conscious control here.
Topic: difference between of amusing and of being amusing.
Posted: Sunday, June 26, 2011 12:48:13 PM
I think 'the quality of amusing' is said in a relative sense i,e.
whether the subject is amusing depends upon the individual.

On the other hand, 'the quality of being amusing' talks about the
charm of the subject exclusively.
Topic: is the sentence correct?
Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 8:50:58 AM
The news headlines may or may not be formally correct.
However, the sentence :
Lorry,driver involved in accident with Minister's car traced, is correct.
Topic: What's the meaning of "dip" in this sentence ?
Posted: Monday, May 30, 2011 11:01:27 AM
dip(verb)=put or let something down
flat= dull and lifeless
satin=something smooth
gloss=a bright shiny surface
irredescent=Brilliantly lustrous