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Do you iron your clothes or press your clothes or both?
My sister ironed my clothes.
Mom has pressed her clothes.
Aamir the Global Citizen
I am not a teacher.
I have reached the age where I do not press/iron my clothes. If I were to engage in such a time-wasting activity, I would probably iron my clothes.
Last edited by Piscean; 06-Apr-2016 at 07:22. Reason: typo
In India people "press their clothes". In most English speaking countries people "iron their clothes".
"Invading armies have no rights." Noam Chomsky
Are you telling us that only men in Pakistan iron/press their clothes? How very modern! What do the women do?
I'm with Piscean on this - please stop using "guys" to mean people. Just say, "Here in Pakistan, we iron or press or clothes".
The man in your picture is ironing the garment with an iron.
This tea towel is about to be pressed in a press.