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Mon 27 Aug, 2007 11:06 pm - Understood, but why " a new pair of glasses" would mean one pair (2 lenses), whereas "a pair of new glasses" would mean 2 pairs (4 lenses)? (view)
Sun 26 Aug, 2007 11:03 pm - Thanks a lot. It seems strange the latter means two pairs. (view)
Fri 29 Jun, 2007 10:44 am - Thank you very much, and have a great weekend. bmo (view)
Thu 28 Jun, 2007 05:39 pm - Thank you very much. What is your take of ex-, (out)? Which is more likely of ex-, out of or out? (view)
Thu 28 Jun, 2007 12:10 pm - Anyone knows what this is? English word astonish and astound come from this word. Tonare is to thunder, and prefix as- is ex-. and there are two different explanations for ex-. One is... (view)
Fri 17 Jun, 2005 04:44 pm - Thanks. Mine is over 20 years old too. I believe AHD is the only dictionary with IE roots included in the appendices. I love it. Have a great weekend. bmo (view)
Wed 15 Jun, 2005 10:24 am - Hi, Thanks a lot, I will look it up. I think it should be in American Heritage Dictionary. bmo (view)
Sun 20 Feb, 2005 09:47 pm - Loud and clear, and thanks a lot. I know this is no easy stuff. bmo (view)
Tue 15 Feb, 2005 01:51 pm - 1. Certainly, you are beautiful. ---- Certainly is an adverb modifying the entire sentence "you are beautiful." 2. You are certainly beautiful. --- Beautiful is a subject compliment,... (view)
Sun 6 Feb, 2005 03:28 am - Thanks a lot, #4 is much better. But #1's "?," together is strange, I will check it out. BMO (view)
 
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