I always feel more confident if I have practiced my lines before the audition.
What does it means by my lines in the sentence?
Are they some words that someone prepare for a presentation?
Thank you. Now I understand it.
Another question about the word "line".
I found somewhere they wrote "What line are you in?"or"What line are you..................? or something like that which they intended to mean the word line as a kind of business or work.
Please give me a correct sentence.
Last edited by kannanvv07; 09-Jan-2011 at 08:15.
"I always feel more confident if I have practiced my lines before the audition."
Your 'correction' is also correct, although it has a slightly different meaning.
Being British, I use 's' in the verb: - practise, but 'c' is correct in AmE.
Those is perhaps less natural than these, but is not incorrect. If prepare is present simple, it needs '-s'. A present perfect form has prepared or present progressive form is preparing would be more natural
Last edited by 5jj; 09-Jan-2011 at 12:42. Reason: typo
Is the "c" correct in the verb in AmE, or just commonly used?
Thanks to everyone.