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It is correct Steven,but a bit formal. I would say something along the lines of, "Here's to you and your new licence!". By the way, notice, "licence" not "license". The spelling with a 'c' is the UK spelling and the 's' is American. To confuse the issue even further, "license" is a verb in the UK. "...
- Thu Dec 14, 2017 1:02 am
- Forum: Usage and Writing
- Topic: standing in the doorway
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1) The building was destroyed using modern explosives. Ungainly, but saying what you want 3) This painting was painted applying paint with a spray. This painting was painted by applying paint with a spray. 4) This painting was painted by John applying paint with a spray. Ungainly, but saying what yo...
That is quite a long name for such a thing Steven. I think that if we were to give it a name, certainly I cannot imagine us using the Vietnamese name. I think that Tony has it with "Vietnamese pipe".
- Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:24 pm
- Forum: Word Origins and Meanings
- Topic: The bones of his ass
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It is quite a usual expression here, I use it myself. Always arse though, ass is a donkey, but I have noticed that it is one of the Americanism galloping into UK English.