I have some questions 1:what does you aren't as good-looking as all that mean? You're looking at my legs. Only once every chapter.That book has very short chapters. Listen ,you aren't as good-looking as all that. I know ,but you think I am,don't you? 2:what does ail-American boy mean? an ail-American boy with a famous name ,third in his examinations and a Harvard hockey player too. thanks.
Aug 4, 2014 3:27 AM
Answers · 3
If it's the "Love Story", all the details are explicable, including the famous name, which would be Oliver Barrett IV. We want to encourage Hossein and others to quote the contexts for their questions and to say how much work they have done themselves to understand what they are quoting. So let him come forward with more information before we rush to help him. We need to encourage self help. Give people a fishing rod rather than a fish.
August 4, 2014
I think the second question is just a typo. I think it should be "an all-American" boy I'm sorry but I don't think I can help with the first one
August 4, 2014
This sounds like a scene from the classic movie "Love Story". If so, say so, in order to place it in the correct context.
August 4, 2014
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