Gabriel
Questions. Hi, everyone Could you help me with three questions? Please... 1) Do you say " "Every time I run my laundry though this machine, it gets a lot of these little white lints/bobbles/pills on it" ....or.... "Every time I run my laundry though this machine, I get a lot of these little white lints/bobbles/pills on it"? Neither? 2) What's the difference between a county and a town? 3) What does "one third of Epublicans favor leaders unchecked by Congress or Courts? Please, could you help me?
Nov 22, 2017 6:12 PM
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Hi Gabriel, 1) Do you say " "Every time I run my laundry though this machine, it gets a lot of these little white *fuzz balls* on it" 2) What's the difference between a county and a town? A county is a condado, distrio. A town is a burgo, cidade, A county is a district with several cities in it. One of the cities will be the government center for the county and that town is called the County Seat. 3) What does "one third of Republicans favor leaders unchecked by Congress or Courts? Os republicanos querem líderes que não podem ser influenciados pelo congresso. Lideres descontrolados.
November 22, 2017
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