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Are these correct?Thanks From what you've said, you still have the wrong notion that London is a foggy city. From what you've said, you still have the misconception that London is a foggy city.. From what you've said, you are still under a wrong impression that London is a foggy city. As always, other ways to say would be highly appreciated:-)
Feb 11, 2012 4:20 AM
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If I understand you correctly, you think that London is a foggy city, right? This way is the polite way. You are asking the person to confirm what they have said. Then you could say 'Well, let me just say that I have spent a few years here and it's only really foggy in the Autumn. So I think maybe you have seen a lot of movies or pictures that tend to show London like this when it's actually not like this all of the time'. This way is less accusatory as far as the other person being 'wrong' and is lets you gently explain things to them rather than accuse them of being wrong.
February 11, 2012
From what you've said, IT APPEARS you still have the wrong notion that London is a foggy city. From what you've said, IT APPEARS you still have the misconception that London is a foggy city.. From what you've said, IT APPEARS you are still under THE wrong impression that London is a foggy city.
February 11, 2012
All of these are correct ways to say that somebody has missunderstood the situation, you could also say " Did you know? London is only occasionally foggy or "What you are saying is only true sometimes." Hope this helps
February 11, 2012
All phony ways.
February 11, 2012
@Yancey, 大哥,咱不能总这么guess啊,对就是对,不对就是不对,你不能把对说成不对,也不能把不对说成对呀,对不对?!:-)
February 11, 2012
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