Does (in some sense) mean in other words? Please do help me people
Also, which one is correct?
a. London is located.......
b. London located.........
c. London locates........
Last edited by Odessa; 23-06-2012 at 12:45.
Please Zedeneye1, Will you put the expression (in some sense) in sentences?
Last edited by Odessa; 24-06-2012 at 09:27.
To "turn the table
s against someone" This is an expression which I think you will have more difficulty understanding.
(Original post by Odessa)
Help me Zedeneye1
Why do English people overuse the table
in different situations?
Sitting around the table
Put food on the table
To turn the table
Let us say that you and I are playing cards. You put a good card down, so you are winning. I then put a better card down, and now I am winning. I have "turned the tables" against you. You could also say "Turned the tides against you"
It's not a proper sentence really, it's just an English saying.
edit: I've found where this saying comes from, it's from old games where you would play on a table. If you reverse your position, it's just like turning the table around, so you are in the winners position!
Last edited by Fuzzpig; 27-06-2012 at 20:08.