Why it's wrong "I was left with only one leg after the war"?
"I was left with just one leg after the war" marked wrong: is there a reason?
On second thoughts.
Could this also mean " I was left with only a foot after the war " ?
Thanks DL for underlining my typo. Will that feature expand to the rest of the lesson?
Can "am ramas" mean both " I was left " and " I stayed ".?
How do I know which ?
Context is sometimes ambiguous.