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    Which one is correct ?

    Remove the lights from the above wooden pelmet / Remove the lights in above the wooden pelmet

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    Re: Which one is correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Annecy View Post
    Remove the lights from the above wooden pelmet / Remove the lights in above the wooden pelmet
    Remove the lights from above the wooden pelmet.

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    Question Re: Which one is correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Remove the lights from above the wooden pelmet.
    Good morning teacher,

    I have just read what you have answered but I do not understand the meaning this sentence.

    I think is the imperative mood and the meaning og this phrase is ' moving the place of light'.

    Sorry, I would like to know if the 'pelmet' is what we call in French 'un cache misère' ?

    Thank for you assistance.

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    Re: Which one is correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by The French View Post
    Good morning teacher,

    I have just read what you have answered but I do not understand the meaning this sentence.

    I think is the imperative mood and the meaning og this phrase is ' moving the place of light'.

    Sorry, I would like to know if the 'pelmet' is what we call in French 'un cache misère' ?

    Thank for you assistance.
    In French "a pelmet" is "un lambrequin".

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    Re: Which one is correct ?

    I understand better now.

    Thank and have a sunny day.

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