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  1. elif
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    Red face question

    hi there
    my professor keeps using "bare with me". What does it mean? Could you please give an explanation with an example?
    thanks

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    Unless he is encouraging you to take your clothes off with him, it would definately be "bear with me"!!

    This has the meaning of "stay with me on this", "this may take a while to explain - so please be patient", "it may seem that this make no sense, but if you wait it will become clear".

    Hope that helps


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    Quote Originally Posted by elif
    hi there
    my professor keeps using "bare with me". What does it mean? Could you please give an explanation with an example?
    thanks
    how r u?
    i want to be an englih person


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    [QUOTE=rabia]hi
    God help those how helps themselves


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    [QUOTE=elif]hi there
    my professor keeps using "bare with me". What does it mean? Could you please give an explanation with an example?
    i will try


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    oops I misspelled it:( hobbess thanks for explanation, I got it
    hi rabia I am good what about you?
    I couldn't understand what you said.Could you try it again?
    thanks

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