- 1 Post By Rover_KE
I got an email from a british guy and there is an expression I don't understand.
"the business modules cross over a lot with the Economics ones I did last year, which whilst hard are very rewarding!"'
In this sentence, what does "whilst hard" mean exactly? I guess it probably mean something like "although it's hard" Am I right?
Re: I got an email from a british guy and there is an expression I don't understand.
You're nearly right. It means 'although they are hard' (as modules is plural).
Tip for a better title (and a shorter one): Whilst hard.
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