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    Red face put the stress on the ice, names of capital


    A) What does it mean of :
    1. He put the stress on the ice
    2. He put me on the table

    B) Is there a website with the names of capital of all major countries in the
    world?

    eg. Tokyo is the capital of Japan in Asia.
    Paris is the capital of France in Europe.


    Any grammer mistakes in the above questions


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    Re: put the stress on the ice, names of capital

    Here's a web page with list of world capitals.

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    Re: put the stress on the ice, names of capital

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    A) What does it mean of :
    1. He put the stress on the ice
    2. He put me on the table


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    Depending on the context, these could have a number of meanings, Ju.

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    Re: put the stress on the ice, names of capital

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    A) What does it mean of :
    1. He put the stress on the ice
    2. He put me on the table
    B) Is there a website with the names of capital of all major countries in the
    world?

    eg. Tokyo is the capital of Japan in Asia.
    Paris is the capital of France in Europe.


    Any grammer mistakes in the above questions


    Thanks
    He put me on the table could mean that he picked you up and set you down on the table. It might also mean that he put your name down on some data table. The first is difficult to understand.

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    Post Re: put the stress on the ice, names of capital

    "put the stress on ice means" you are making your effort and stress on finding or wording over ardous thing more complicated.
    2. i don't know but i will later reply yoiu as soon as possible for that
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    A) What does it mean of :
    1. He put the stress on the ice
    2. He put me on the table

    B) Is there a website with the names of capital of all major countries in the
    world?

    eg. Tokyo is the capital of Japan in Asia.
    Paris is the capital of France in Europe.


    Any grammer mistakes in the above questions

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    Post Re: put the stress on the ice, names of capital

    "put the stress on ice means" you are making your effort and stress on finding or wording over ardous thing more complicated.
    2. i don't know but i will later reply yoiu as soon as possible for that
    thanks
    A) What does it mean of :
    1. He put the stress on the ice
    2. He put me on the table

    B) Is there a website with the names of capital of all major countries in the
    world?

    eg. Tokyo is the capital of Japan in Asia.
    Paris is the capital of France in Europe.


    Any grammer mistakes in the above questions

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    Re: put the stress on the ice, names of capital

    put the stress on ice means detach yourself from it, leave it (at least for a while).

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