well i think dear is the most formal. but its umm kind of outdated in my opinion becasue its not so popular anymore.
i prefer to, instead of dear.
well dear just make it sound so distant. as if i am writing to someone i am not too close to
i hope you get what i mean
That’s what I think too but what is really akward is that one of the poems in the play goes like this
I dash aside the manly tear
And take leave of my monkish home
A word of thanks to you, my master dear,
Who tonsured me before the Lotus throne:
Twas not my luck to stay with you
And in a...
ok i have a question on about a phrase "ruby lips"
i know it means very red but when you say the play is a ruby lips
so the play is very red. ok
does that symbolize something of the play?
does red symbolize love? lips symbolize a kiss?
thanks in advance
hee hee good one ronbee.
i know that it is not really common in canada for waiter or waitress to call ppl by what they eat.
hmm i am wondering does british english call ppl by wat they eat? or american english
i think the best way to learn eglish well is basicaallly visiting this site. i mean most of the things that are posted here are common error. well sometimes we don't notice these comon error. by reading the post and reply yo ucan learn alot from it with out consciencely knowing.
i think it is very funny the sentence. well it is correct and incorrect depending how you view the sentence.
ok beefstew maybe just for scaratism that guy is considered to be the beef stew.-- maybe he does look like one. hee hee
incorrect if you mean that guy ordered a beef stew and wants...
how do i fix this sentence. i am trying to compare impaired drivers and drivers using cell phone --both being dangerous
--Anyone operating a vehicle while talking on the cell phone is as dangerous as an impaired driver.
microsoft words says that this sentence is a fragament but i don't...
i am not a teacher ok but i think these might be the answers