Student or Learner
In the sentence below:
Owen had no confidence in himself whatsoever. He didn’t show nearly enough determination to overcome his physical difficulties, for my liking. I saw him opt for the easy choice too often in terms of training. He was one of the most disappointing signings of my career.
The undelined parts, what wants to say?
Could anyone explain it for me?
too often= too common, too ordinary?
Sepmre, I am growing weary of telling you how to ask a question correctly.
This is wrong: 'The underlined parts, what wants to say?'
This is right: 'What does the underlined sentence mean?'
See my earlier replies for alternative ways of asking questions.
It means that Owen did not put enough effort into training routines.
'Too often' means 'too many times' or 'too frequently'.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 09-Nov-2013 at 16:58.