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    #1

    over his shoulder

    1.Does "over his shoulder" mean "he was looking back to shout"?
    2.Is "Far as we know" same as "as far as we know"?

    smoky night - Eve bunting
    3).."Those people are hooligans." he shouts over his shoulder...
    "Is everybody out?" one fire fighter yells.
    "Far as we know," another says.

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    Re: over his shoulder

    Yes, in both cases.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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