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    about wasps

    can you tell me the meaning of this sentence:
    "what part of your anatomy is in particular danger from wasp?"
    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadine
    can you tell me the meaning of this sentence:
    "what part of your anatomy is in particular danger from wasp?"
    thank you

    What part of your body is most likely to cause a life threating situation when stung by a wasp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadine
    can you tell me the meaning of this sentence:
    "what part of your anatomy is in particular danger from wasp?"
    thank you
    On second thought, someone might be talknig about exposing the part of one's anatomy that would prove the most painful if stung by a wasp.
    I could definitely think of such a part on my body...

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    Re: about wasps

    Quote Originally Posted by nadine
    can you tell me the meaning of this sentence:
    "what part of your anatomy is in particular danger from wasp?"
    thank you
    Do you mean from "a" wasp, as in an insect? If so, then click hereto see a picture of a wasp.

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    Re: about wasps

    Quote Originally Posted by nadine
    can you tell me the meaning of this sentence:
    "what part of your anatomy is in particular danger from wasp?"
    thank you
    A part of a person's body can't really be in danger. Perhaps you mean to say: "Where are you most likely to be stung by a wasp?"


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    Re: about wasps

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    A part of a person's body can't really be in danger. Perhaps you mean to say: "Where are you most likely to be stung by a wasp?"

    I believe it's a vocabulary exercise, and they're supposed to figure out the meaning of "wasp". (A: skin)

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