Lutrinae wrote:The person after me doesn't want to take any more medical appointments.
france-eesti wrote:I cannot use my phone online - that's what's making it uninteresting.
Lutrinae wrote:Thanks God no!
france-eesti wrote:Temperatures are always like grape of warth[.]
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord:
He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored
linguoboy wrote:Lutrinae wrote:The person after me doesn't want to take any more medical appointments.
Only correct if one is medical professional. (Doctors can "take" appointments; the rest of us "make" them.)Lutrinae wrote:Thanks God no!
This is an idiomatic relic usage of the singular noun.
Lutrinae wrote:I never knew about the take/make. Probably because in French the patient take them and the doctor give them.
Lutrinae wrote:Thank you
tiuwiu wrote:The person after me wants to be a small yellow worm in the big red apple.
france-eesti wrote:The person after me is after redecorating their living-room.
Lutrinae wrote:What does "to divil the day" means, to be afraid, that this day will never happen, or to put off?
Lutrinae wrote:The person after me doesn't regret watching Crash landing on you, it's only getting better and better with every episode.
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