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    "i will have none of your rudeness" what does it mean.

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    Re: english

    Quote Originally Posted by dhiman.vipul@yahoo.com View Post
    "I will have none of your rudeness" what does it mean.
    Hello, I am 'The French',

    I'm not a teacher but for this time I give you the answer, another time you must try to find by yourself the meaning (Cambridge Dictionnary).

    The word 'rudeness' is a noun that means for example bad manner or not very polite if you speak about somebody.

    Hope it's help you to find the meaning.

    Have a nice day.

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    Re: english

    Quote Originally Posted by dhiman.vipul@yahoo.com View Post
    "i will have none of your rudeness" what does it mean.
    It means "I will not tolerate your being rude to me".
    Don't be rude to me. I won't have it! (I won't accept it).

    You'll have to excuse The French. I'm sure s/he means well. Unfortunately, he is only occasionally right. I'm not sure why he is attempting to teach English. He should probably not try to help new members to the site, since it could give the wrong impression about the quality of advice that is generally available here.
    Last edited by Raymott; 14-Aug-2009 at 21:07.

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