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  1. mohammad
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    Unhappy english2005

    hi

    what do these mean (what mook made that up),(all the while)

    .................................................. ................

    what is the sequence of(the student,slowly,at the signal,down the aisle,marched,in single file)
    .................................................. ...................


    I love english very much and i want to speak english like a native how can i make this please give me some good way.

    thanks

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: english2005

    1. According to Random House Historical Dictionary of American Slang, "mook", 1930, means, "an ineffectual, foolish, or contemptible person."

    2. all the while means, at the same time as.

    3. Please try to build the sentence:
    the student (Subject)
    slowly (Adverb, describes how they moved)
    at the signal (Adverb, describes a command that someone is giving)
    down the aisle (Adverb, describes where they did the action
    marched (Verb)
    in single file (Adverb, describes how they moved)

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