Student or Learner
dear sir in theses sentences
1)Believe me, I'd much rather
be as stupid as you are.
i don't understand i'd much rather
2)Hey, you boys check out the flat
screen TV back in the bedroom?
i find check sth out to examine something or get more information about it in order to be certain that it is true, safe or suitable
i want to know if i can say :you boys check the flat out
1. "Much rather" means I would greatly prefer.
2. No, you cannot say "check the flat out". In this situation "flat screen" is describing the type of tv set. It does not mean apartment.