Student or Learner
Please make the following in bold clear for me.
1. His research team came up with a series of lightweight, weather-resilient fabrics for outdoor sportswear...
Is this some like "all-weather"?
2. The agent did at least assure me that I would not have to pay my bill for another month; she would put a hold on my account, noting possible overcharges.
Please explain the above more easily.
Weather-resilient or weather-resistant?
(I worked for L. L. Bean for a while. "Water-resistant" is a pretty common term. I'm not familiar with "weather-resilient.")
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.
I'm not quite sure I understand the second sentence. It's the last 3 words that have me stumped. I understand that she could put the account on hold (suspend it) and tell you that you don't need to make a monthly payment at the moment. However, I have no idea what she's going to do in order to "note possible overcharges". If you're overcharged for something, then you are told to pay more than the correct price. I don't see how that fits this scenario.