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"When you look from above, you see clearly that the pyramids of Giza are not on(*) a perfect line. They are ???"
Please, how do you say when a string of things that should be perfectly arranged on a line is not?
I am looking for a very informal and casual term, please.
(*) should I say "IN a perfect line"?
thanks a lot.
as to the main question, what is you opinion, please?
A casual way of saying it would be, 'they don't line up'
If you want to go for broke, how about:
the alignment of the pyramids is all skew-whiff
( you may see it written as 'skewwif'
Last edited by David L.; 15-Apr-2008 at 00:34.