She works long hours when the weather is good; she doesn't work when the weather is bad.
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I can't understand the meaning of the part of the sentence in bold, it's from a book.
"She starts work at about 6 am, and works anything from 15 hours a day to nothing, if the weather is bad".
Last edited by Arctica1982; 16-Jan-2015 at 17:40.
Arctica, please note that a better title would have been anything from 15 hours a day to nothing.
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Strange, I would use "anywhere."
"She starts work at about 6 am, and works anywhere from 15 hours a day to nothing, if the weather is bad".
They both work for me, lotus.