About a book
I'm translating a children's book of Canada.
I can't understand this orange sentence.
Could you help me?
your average=garden-variety hero??
Something was fishy here all right, something was going on, but trying to figure out what was like trying to knit a pair of socks with only two strands of wool. (Olivier could knit, by the way, which is more than you can say for your average, garden-variety hero.
Does this sentence mean that olivier can knit better than garden-variety hero??
could you rephrase this easily??
Thank you for your help
Re: About a book
"Garden-variety" means "ordinary".
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