What do these mean?
2) Donít bother coming home (usually after bother we are going to have to+ infinitive) I heard it in a film
3) Lover lamps
5) What does Hairpin mean in this sentence?
ďThe past year has been a hair pin turn for ArmstrongĒ
6) I really donít know what to do,although I know the six types of conditional sentences ,every film I watch I sea a new type of conditional sentence please tell me the difference between
E.g. If I havenít been out there none of these would have have happened
If I hadenít been out there none of these would have have happened
If he didnít think you were good enough he wouldnít have given you the assignment
2) The gerund form of a verb is also fine with bother. "Don't bother coming home" means "I know you would rather not be here, and I don't want you here either so don't..."
3) I have no idea. I'll guess that it's an amateurish metaphor for eyes.
4) A hide-out is a place to hide from the law, etc. for a long period of time. It is also a verb meaning to use a hide-out. "The bandits went to their hide-out in a cave in the mountains where they hid out all winter.
5) A hairpin turn is a turn (such as on a mountain road) that doubles back on itself. In your sentence it is used as a metaphor for a difficult and abrupt reversal of direction.
6) #1 If I haven't... The thing did not happen. If (since would be better) I haven't seen your sister, then I couldn't have told her about your accident.
#2 If I hadn"t... The thing happened, but I wish that it did not.
#3 There is no significant difference in meaning between "If he didn't think..." and "If he hadn't thought..."