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Re:Re:Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Jean,i cant type big part of this book,
can you please download this book and read chapter2?

Language pair: English; English
sara .
September 10, 2017

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Latest: September 15, 2017
Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Sara,

the verb “blow” has many possible meanings. One of its meanings is “to make a sound as a result of being blown”, e.g. “The ships’ horns blew in the harbor”, but that meaning isn’t often used about children. In my view, the more likely meaning is “to be propelled by an air current”, since the same meaning also applies to “Past the tiny lives the children blew” — blowing past something strongly suggests being propelled by the wind, like fallen leaves in the autumn.

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Chris
September 2, 2017

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Re:Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hey sara, can we see the full sentence from beginning to end. It seems you only grabbed a piece of it.

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Jean-Eider Pierre-Louis
September 1, 2017

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Thanks for your offer
Salut Claude. Je l'aimerais si vous seriez mon partenair. J'apprend plupart par traduction. Mais, mes traduction et mon style de parler n'imite souvent comment un natif de france parle. Je l'aimerais si tu pourrais faire des traduction pour moi et écrire de n'importe quoi pour moi lire. Si tu d'accord avec ça répondre ou envois moi un message si tu es un membre or. Merci en avance.

Language pair: French; English
Jean-Eider Pierre-Louis
September 1, 2017

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Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
hi Chris

my teacher said that childeren blew means,childeren make a noise.

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sara .
September 1, 2017

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Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Sara,

the part of the story that you had quoted said that the wind blew the children rather than just their clothes, and that the bits were carried by the stems rather than merely mixed with them. Unless some other part of the story gives more details of that scene, I don’t understand the basis of your teacher’s interpretation of the bits as clothes and the stems as stalks.

Language pair: English; English
Chris
August 31, 2017

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Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Chris,

she said stems are stalks,and wind mixed clothes&stalks together

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sara .
August 29, 2017

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Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Sara,

the bits could be clothes. What does your teacher believe the stems to be?

Language pair: English; English
Chris
August 29, 2017

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Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi chris
i asked my teacher about this,she said "bits"are clothes wich the wind grabed them.
"up the street mixed in the wind blew the childeren,and turned the corner onto the brownish-red brick school court.it was wonderful.bits of pink of blue,white,green,purple,brown,black,,carried by jerky little stems of brown or yellow or brown-black,blew by the unhandsome gray and decay of the double-apartment building,past the little plots of dirt and scanty grass that held up their narrow brave banners:PLEASE KEEP OFF THE GRASS.there were lives in the buldings.past the tiny lives the children blew."

do you think bits are clothes?


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sara .
August 27, 2017

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Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Sara,

to me, it is unlikely that “bits” refers to dandelions, because of the reasons that you had noted. However, I haven’t read this book, so I don’t know the full context of these chapters in this book.

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Chris
August 26, 2017

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