- 1 Post By mayita1usa
- 1 Post By tedtmc
it speaks to you
Hello. The sentences below are from a children's book.
A girl in the story is writing a letter to a boy after she visited his place.
I don't know what the underlined part means exactly in the context. Please help!
Mammie and I loved your trees and can't imagine what Weatherly was like without them. I've never been in a place like that before - it speaks to you, doesn't it? While we were there, we didn't have to talk. It was the nicest place I've ever been.
Re: it speaks to you
It's true that places/architecture evokes moods and feelings as if they can communicate with you.
By anupumh in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 27-Aug-2009, 20:37
By bieasy in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 17-Jul-2009, 16:52
By Tan Elaine in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 25-Feb-2009, 16:38
By Tdol in forum UsingEnglish.com Content
Last Post: 23-Jun-2006, 11:20
Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO