he'll give you the shirt off his back... if he had one.
Interesting question, since when pronounced separately it sound like siith but when spoken in a sentence it sounds like suyith. It is the name Seth.
there is something i do not get. i seem 2 remember seth as siith but it is written here as suyiith (or suiiath) but in a previous question a written DiiD is sounded as DuyiD. auditory misperceptions by me?
What name is this?
Am I the only one imagining a shirtless Seth with a skirt on right about now? :D
What is شيرت، t shirt is لباس
tee shirt should be accepted for any time t-shirt is an answer. Both are in the Cambridge dictionary of English - surely that's enough to be considered correct?
Why cant this be:
"Seth hasn't a tshirt"?
Tshirt? Or t-shirt?
Much like Jeff Cavaliere, Athlean-X.com.
My answer should be excepted
My answer should be accepted. I wrote tee shirt.
They are using English names and spelling and pronouncing them in weird ways in Arabic. Bob is spelled Buub but pronounced Bob. Not the best choices made in this course.
How is a T-shirt different from a t-shirt?
A T-shirt is a kind of shirt in the shape of a capital T, having short sleeves. Obviously, a (small) t-shirt should be a quite different shape.