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    loads of time

    Did I ever mention I hate sentence analysis. It takes loads of time and like dissecting frogs, you no longer have a frog, just a mess.

    Please explain this sentence. (Particularly the highlighted words)

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    Re: loads of time

    Loads of time = a lot of time.
    If a sentence is analized, it loses its meaning to the speaker; a mess is sth in disorder.

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