Thu 8 Jun, 2017 07:35 am
It's nothing to be proud of, but I can't swim.
My understanding: Swimming is the only thing that I can be proud of.
Is it correct？
'It is nothing to be proud of, but...'' means 'I am not proud of what follows'. The sentence means 'I am not proud that I cannot swim'.
Wow, thanks so much! This was super helpful.