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I've amended my question. Sorry for ignoring good advices...
I was memorising words and couldn't understand some meanings of them.
I'll go with the word "above"...
I know general meaning of "above",
but I don't get it when you say "be above suspicion".
What does it mean?
And the question about "scrap" and "scrape" has been seperated.
Last edited by Elena22; 26-Apr-2013 at 06:52.
You appear to have forgotten (or ignored) every single thing I told you in a previous thread about the rules of written English. You will find that the volunteers here are much more helpful when we see that you are trying and that are actually following our advice.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
Additionally, Elena, please ask only one question per thread.