Originally posted by Sri Sri:
here in america, I have observed that there is a difference between "question" and "doubt"
ex : If you have a "question" about something, that means you dont know about that or your concept is a bit shaky on that topic
ex: If you "doubt " something , that means you are suspecting about the veracity of the statement.
So if I understand you correctly, you would use the two terms interchangably in your native language?
Expired can mean dead but that is usally an odd way of putting it.
Originally posted by Aruna Raghavan:
I remember in India reading in the news papers death announcements when some one expired
'Dude' is one of those words that can be used quite seriously OR as a way to signal sarcasm:
Originally posted by Elaine Micheals:
I used to know a young lady from Jordan, who would constantly say stuff like "Your clothes are TOO fancy" or "You seem TOO excited". I thought she was being really negative toward me & didn't like me, until I realized she meant "so" instead of "too".
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