Agreed but what does "a person has a left hand stance" mean?Dear teachers,
Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am right with my interpretation of the expressions in bold in the following sentences?
Chancellor Merkel agreed with Peres about the risk posed by Iran.
The continuing/continued increase in population (numbers) poses some awkward questions for the government.
This stand poses a threat to peace.
Global worming poses a great concern for everyone.
pose = to put forward; present( something to/for somebody/something)
In her youth, she earned a reasonable living by posing for art students in the drawing class.
pose = to assume or hold a particular position or posture, as in sitting for a portrait=to stay in a particular position, in order to be photographed, painted, etc
The thief got into the house by posing as a television repairman.
pose = to represent oneself falsely; pretend to be other than what one is Ok
Let me pose a question.
pose = to set forth in words; propound, one that needs to be carefully thought about</SPAN>:
That particular question has posed everybody.
pose = to affect a particular mental attitude
The two leaders discussed Iran's anti-Israel stance.
He took an antiwar stance.
He manifested his hostile stance towards modern poetry.
stance = a station; a position; a site; mental posture; point of view= an opinion that is stated publicly
He held a threatening stance.(toward or against what?)
Chaina strikes a threatening stance toward Taiwan
stance = a characteristic way of bearing one's body; carriage
He has a left-hand stance.
stance = posture (Does this mean Left-handed Characters?)
Thank you for your efforts.
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