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    Post voila/cold / take

    hi , teacher

    whats the meaning of these, please

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    Voila!

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    <i>So you could be this cold</i>
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    I can take whatever you may say.

    whats the meaning of cold / take and voila in those sentences , please

    so thanks

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    Re: voila/cold / take

    Quote Originally Posted by saramehr View Post
    hi , teacher

    whats the meaning of these, please

    381
    00:25:52,432 --> 00:25:54,086
    Voila!

    387
    00:26:05,437 --> 00:26:14,403
    <i>So you could be this cold</i>
    406
    00:29:33,629 --> 00:29:36,760
    I can take whatever you may say.

    whats the meaning of cold / take and voila in those sentences , please

    so thanks
    Can you please give some context? "Voila" is a French word, it means "see that" amongst other thing depending on context.
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 26-Mar-2010 at 17:04.

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    #3

    Re: voila/cold / take

    Quote Originally Posted by saramehr View Post
    hi , teacher

    whats the meaning of these, please

    381
    00:25:52,432 --> 00:25:54,086
    Voila!

    387
    00:26:05,437 --> 00:26:14,403
    <i>So you could be this cold</i>
    406
    00:29:33,629 --> 00:29:36,760
    I can take whatever you may say.

    whats the meaning of cold / take and voila in those sentences , please

    so thanks
    'Voilą' is a French word - 'that's it!'

    Where do get those snippets? Are you spying some social networking web site?
    They are all taken out of context; they can mean many things.

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    #4

    Re: voila/cold / take

    are you really a teacher ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saramehr View Post
    are you really a teacher ?
    Are you asking me?

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    are you really a teacher?

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    #7

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    no , sorry

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    #8

    Re: voila/cold / take

    Quote Originally Posted by saramehr View Post
    hi , teacher

    whats the meaning of these, please

    381
    00:25:52,432 --> 00:25:54,086
    Voila!

    387
    00:26:05,437 --> 00:26:14,403
    <i>So you could be this cold</i>
    406
    00:29:33,629 --> 00:29:36,760
    I can take whatever you may say.

    whats the meaning of cold / take and voila in those sentences , please

    so thanks

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Good morning.

    (1) I do NOT know French. My dictionary says "Voila!" means "There you are!" For example, I come home from the store. I open the package and say to my family: Voila! My new sweater!

    (2) Sometimes "cold" means that you have no emotions, no feelings. For example: How could you be so cold when you see all that suffering?

    (3)"I can take whatever you may say" = Go ahead. Tell me what you want to say. I will not get angry, sad, etc.

    Have a nice day!

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    #9

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    Quote Originally Posted by saramehr View Post
    are you really a teacher ?
    Did I claim to be?

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    your manner don't show you as a teacher , you ....

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