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    #1

    fight through and more

    "Fight through and to the general Grabovsky's disposition"

    i guess that means fight hard and obey the general orders.

    am i right?

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    #2

    Re: fight through and more

    Quote Originally Posted by possopo View Post
    "Fight through and to the general Grabovsky's disposition"
    i guess that means fight hard and obey the general orders.
    am i right?

    Hi, Possopo.

    I think so; fight till death/till you die

    If you don`t mind, tell me please where do you get these sentences from?
    Is it a novel? Do you think it is worth reading such a difficult novel?
    If yes, then please answer one more question : Do you think that reading such a difficult novel improves your knowlege of English ,because you have to stop from time to time and ask the forum about one phrase or another.
    I don`t mind but is it not too hard for you?


    Thank you


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    #3

    Re: fight through and more

    all these sentences from a video wargame:)
    and i guess a few of them are grammatically poor or wrong.

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