And every year Our family blessings grow
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Csn you please explain the bold? The meaning and its structure? This is my family A perfect constellation So many stars And everybody gets to shine Whoa But let’s be clear Abuela runs this show Whoa She led us here So many years ago And every year Our family blessings grow There’s just a lot You simply got to know so Welcome to the family Madrigal ..read more
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She led us here
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Which meaning of 'led' is meant here? This is my family A perfect constellation So many stars And everybody gets to shine Whoa But let’s be clear Abuela runs this show Whoa She led us here So many years ago ..read more
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Runs this show
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What does the bold mean? This is my family A perfect constellation So many stars And everybody gets to shine Whoa But let’s be clear Abuela runs this show Whoa She led us here So many years ago ..read more
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Everybody gets to shine
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What does the bold mean? This is my family A perfect constellation So many stars And everybody gets to shine Whoa But let’s be clear Abuela runs this show Whoa She led us here So many years ago ..read more
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Constellation
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What does the bold mean? This is my family A perfect constellation ..read more
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Fungible
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fungible 1. Law Returnable or negotiable in kind or by substitution, as a quantity of grain for an equal amount of the same kind of grain. 2. Interchangeable. I don't get how to use the word. 1. ???????????? 2. These words are fungible. (does it work?) Do these make sense? Money is fungible. X is a fungible currency ..read more
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What happened in the '70s
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16h ago
I came across these graphs yesterday (they're for the US). I checked what stats I could for the UK (I can't find a good comparative graph). However, my memory and the data I can find do incicate that the same has happened here (and started at the same time, about). This just shows the trend of "actual income", and that for most people, it levelled off between 1970 and 1980, and hasn't recovered. Between the end of the war and the seventies, income for all strata of "working people" (incuding top financers, middle managers, bankers ..read more
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A the man
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18h ago
Peter: - Come over to me! Jack: - I can't. I am waiting for a/the man. Peter doesn't know the man Jack is waiting for. Hence, it is logical to say "a man". But then it sounds as if Jack is waiting for any man while he is waiting for a specific man. So, which article should be used ..read more
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Marking
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22h ago
Today's topic: marking pastry wheel, pastry jagger - A pastry wheel or pastry jagger is a handled tool with a thin sharp wheel, used for marking and cutting rolled-out dough. More... stocking - A white marking on the lower part of a horse's leg. More... on the dot - Probably a reference to the minute hand of the clock being exactly over the dot marking the given minute on the dial. More... hilum - The scar on a seed marking the point where it was attached to its seed vessel. More... More ..read more
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Using Prepositions with Nouns
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Using Prepositions with Nouns Certain prepositions can be used in conjunction with nouns to connect, emphasize, or provide clarification for ideas expressed in sentences. In this combination, the preposition always comes directly after the noun. What are some of the most common prepositions used with nouns? More ..read more
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