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    Mike12345 is offline Member
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    What do they mean

    1 I always hate the first few weeks of the new year, mostly because I'm sick to death of people in commercials who are all." Let's diet! It's a new year!"

    I can understand the first part which means I don't like the first few weeks of the new year. But I can't understand the part underlined. Could you please tell me what it means?


    2 Instead rushing through the rooming,go slow and take your time.

    Does the sentence mean"Don't hurry! relax yourself!"? And what does rooming mean? Can "room" be a verb?

    Thank you!

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    J&K Tutoring Guest

    Re: What do they mean

    1. I'm sick to death of people in commercials who are saying...

    2 Instead rushing through the rooming, go slow and take your time.
    You have the correct understanding of this (incorrect) sentence.This sentence should be: Instead of rushing through the room, go slow and take your time.

    Room can be a verb: I roomed with him when we were at school.

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