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  1. Fleur de mort
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    What is the diiferent between these words?

    Well take a look here

    shear and cut ?
    sneak and slink ?
    spring and jump ?

    What does shoe ( verb I didn't meant ( shoe in the legs ) )
    and spead?
    I need some example
    thanks beforehand

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    Re: What is the diiferent between these words?

    We shear sheep to get their wool- it involves cutting all the wool with special scissors.
    'Sneak' is used when the person is moving slowly in a suspicious way, while 'slink' is less negative.
    'Spring' doesn't always involve jumping- it can mean just to move suddenly and quickly.
    'To shoe' means to provide shoes- for animals like horses or children.

  2. Fleur de mort
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    Re: What is the diiferent between these words?

    Thanks a lot
    it's clear (:


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    Re: What is the diiferent between these words?

    thanx alot means an expression of gratitude

    its clear means I dont have aproblem or I understand it

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