A few questions 1. Is she a crossdresser? Is it asking "does the boy dress as a girl?" or "does the girl dress as a boy?" 2. Is it okay to call someone who bogs others, as in hinders others, a 'bogger'? I don't want him on our group, he's a bogger. 3. From engrish.com "Who cares about reasoning anyway" I don't see any error in this sentence. What's wrong? Thanks.
Apr 13, 2016 5:16 PM
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1. The second option. 2. I think you mean "bug". There is no word for a person who bugs others which is related to the verb "bug". You could say "pest", or "nuisance", which are not rude. 3. There is no mistake in this sentence.
April 13, 2016
For #2, You could call also him a "bother." Example: Don't invite Sam, he such a bother. If you're using British English, if you want someone to go away, you could tell someone to "bugger off," what you couldn't Call them a "bugger."
April 13, 2016
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