site, place; bumping Hello,everyone !! The man who manoeuvres carelessly into his twenty pounds'worth of space at one of Europe's myriad permanent sites may find himself bumping a Bentley. More likely ,Ford Escort will be hub to hub with Renault or Mercedes,but rarely with bicycles made for two. My question is whether I could use place in place of site, and what's the meaning of "bumping " and bicycles made for two in this sentence Thanks in advance : D
Aug 9, 2014 6:51 AM