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    out of line

    Hi
    In a movie i heard a sentence and I don't know the meaning.
    What is the meaning of "I am out of line " ?
    Thank You

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    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by aghayerad View Post
    Hi
    In a movie I heard a sentence and I don't know the meaning.
    What is the meaning of "I am out of line " ?
    Thank You
    It depends on context.

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    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Can you tell me all meaning of these sentence ????

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    #4

    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by aghayerad View Post
    Can you tell me all meaning of these sentence ????
    Have a look here: http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/out+of+line

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    #5

    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by aghayerad View Post
    Can you please tell me all the meanings of this sentence​? ????
    A single question mark is enough.

    EDIT: I've just realised that you are continuing to ignore what we told you here:

    In one of your earlier posts, ems wrote this:


    You must understand that it is important to capitalise and punctuate your posts properly. We want to see that you are trying very hard to write English correctly. Follow these rules of written English:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single, appropriate punctuation mark.
    - Always capitalise the word "I".
    - Use an apostrophe where a letter is omitted in a contraction.




    and in another I wrote this:


    aghayerad, please note that a better title would have been My mail comes through the mail slot...

    Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'






    If I had been the first to open this thread I would have deleted it.
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    #6

    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Sorry you mean that the name of the title should be the phrase that we discuss in forum .

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    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by aghayerad View Post
    Sorry. You mean that the name of the title should be the phrase that we discuss in the thread?
    Exactly!

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