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Category: Books/Literature

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Re: help me to understand
Hi Sara,

in my view, for “Pride and Prejudice”, a book of the early 19th century, the sentence “His sisters were fine women, with an air of decided fashion.” describes Mr. Bingley’s sisters as being attractive and dressing fashionably.

Language pair: English; English
Chris
August 15, 2017

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Re:Re: help me to understand
Thank you dear Chris.
I read that sentense in Pride&prejudice.
it was about the sister's of Mr Bingly.
you mean that the sentense is telling they were so dandy?or means :they were so confident?

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sara .
August 13, 2017

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Re: help me to understand
Hi Sara,

in that phrase, “an air” means “a sense” or “a feeling”, and “decided” means “unquestionable” or “definite”.

Language pair: English; English
Chris
August 10, 2017

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help me to understand
hi,please tell me what is the meaning of"with an air of decided fashion"?

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sara .
August 7, 2017

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Re:Re:Re:Re:Favorite books
Sí The Alchemist, es "over the top". Leo tambien libros de adolecentes. Me gusta Esperanza Renace por Pam Muñoz Ryan. Y también Un Fantasma En La Casa por Betty Wright.

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Marianne Pigeon
July 27, 2017

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Re:Re:Re:Favorite books
Hola Marianne-
tell me what you love about The Alchemist. I started reading it and initially found it inpiring, but it eventually seemed over the top to me. I know that my sister loved the whole thing. Maybe I should give it another try.

En la actualidad me encanta leer libros de David mitchell, especialmente Cloud Atlas. Todos son libros han un calidad espiritual o mejor palabra es mistico.

Language pair: English; 
Isa Gonzalez-Wiler
July 16, 2017

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Re:Re:Favorite books
Tambien he leído este libró The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. El autor es brasileño. Sigue tu sueño. Hace que tu piensas que es importante en tu vida.

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Marianne Pigeon
July 2, 2017

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Re:Books to help me learn Spanish
He leido el libro de Paul Sussman. Me encanta. El título es El Enigma de Cambises. Este libro es un aventura en Egipcio. Yo he leído en español y mi hija en inglés. Aveces no quiero acabar leyendo.

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Marianne Pigeon
July 1, 2017

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Re:So, what book you reading?
Atualmente, estou lendo "A mulher que roubou a minha vida", de Marian Keyes. Ela é um das minhas autoras favoritas!

I'm reading "The woman who stole my life", by Marian Keyes. She's one of my favorite authors!

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Nara
June 19, 2017

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Philosophy
Anyone here into philosophy? More specifically existentialism?
The whole reason I'm trying to learn other languages is to read philosophers in their native language. I just recently finished reading a book by Jose Ortega in Spanish. It was the first book I've ever read in Spanish, and it was very rewarding. I don't feel like philosophy lends itself very well to translations.
Anyway, I would love to talk to any of you about any philosophy books you've read in their native language.

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Rafael
June 17, 2017

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