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    Smile difficult sentences

    dear in these sentences
    00:09:25 I think you confuse me with someone who gives a shit.
    what is the meaning of gives a shit

    00:52:07 Blow his brains all over the road!
    what is the meaning of all over
    Pull back! Pull back!
    what is the meaning of pull back

    Take years to get over it.
    what is the meaning of get over it
    Living tissue over metal endoskeleton.
    what is the difference between over metal endoskeleton and on metal endoskelon

    thank you

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    Re: difficult sentences

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    Quote Originally Posted by adel87 View Post
    dear in these sentences
    00:09:25 I think you confuse me with someone who gives a shit.
    what is the meaning of gives a shit
    Someone who cares. Note that any phrase with "shit" may offend people. Milder versions are "gives a hoot" or "gives a darn."

    00:52:07 Blow his brains all over the road!
    what is the meaning of all over
    If he's going to shoot himself, this brains will be scattered over the road.

    Pull back! Pull back!
    what is the meaning of pull back
    Impossible to say without context. Stop going forward, most likely, and go back.

    Take years to get over it.
    what is the meaning of get over it
    Recover, perhaps emotionally.

    Living tissue over metal endoskeleton.
    what is the difference between over metal endoskeleton and on metal endoskelon
    Not much.
    thank you
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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