Kudos and a Question
When I was searching for
the comments reviews on the Prof.Kev Nair Books, I got to found and read your reviews on that them. I became so happy when I saw your website, because of the following:
1.Your honest and open minded review of Kev Nair's books.
the questions and dispel the doubts of people no matter how silly the question could be.
3.I know that someone is there to share their knowledge and that I
can get the chance to learn.
You efforts are really commendable.
Kudos to you
Naren, I will remember this day forever. You are the first visitor to tell me that I am achieving my goal for my website...to help people learn English and to help people gain confidence in their abilities to do it by themselves. It makes me so happy to know that I am helping you and others. Your words are truly appreciated! -Diana
Can you tell me the meaning of the words in the following sentence."Songs, especially, are smartly used to bring
s the B and C center folks flocking to the theatres for an otherwise too intelligent movie."
It was in
the review of
a movie review. I could not understand, after the word "theatres" ie " for an otherwise too intelligent movie"
Here the writer is referring to the style or classification of the movie. This particular movie is an intelligent one. One that contains many different meanings, metaphors and interpretations.
Some people don't enjoy that type of movie. So the reviewer states that the music attracts people to see this movie, even though ordinarily (without the music) these B and C people/folks would not go and see the movie. Does that make sense?
The music is used to attract people to an intelligent movie, even though they may not enjoy intelligent movies. If you need further explanation or examples just add a comment or send me another question request.
1. I wanted to bold the particular words
for which I seek meaning. I don't understand
but the page
allow me to do so.
To make words bold, italic or underlined you need to use HTMP codes. For example: if you put a b in brackets < > and then the word you want bold, followed by /b in brackets < > the word in the middle will be bold.
2. Please correct the above questions. Did
I made any mistakes
I corrected everything as I read your question. You write very well, with just a couple mistakes. Great work!
If you would like to practice your writing on a regular basis. Visit the writing course. There are a couple assignments posted now and a new one will be posted every Wednesday! :) -Diana
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