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    It is sitting on my grass

    I am listening to an online lecture here. Could anyone explain the meaning of the bold sentence? Does it mean that he threw it on the grass?

    How many of you have a windows mobile phone? Is that a windows phone 7 or a windows mobile? Really running a windows mobile 6? Wow, I have one of those. It is sitting on my grass.

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    Re: It is sitting on my grass

    I believe he says "it's sitting in my garage."
    It's old and out of date and not useful so it's in the garage with other junk.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: It is sitting on my grass

    Oh, yeah, thank you. That makes more sense now. If possible, could you help me to check if I heard the bold words correctly in the video here?
    The video don't have subtitle and I have problems recognizing some words.
    (I promise I will ask no more questions in the thread.)

    It is not multi-touch and it responses to finger as a posture stylish.

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    Re: It is sitting on my grass

    ... to fingers as opposed to a stylus.

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