I can imagine using this sentence only in answer to the question "Why was she detained in Customs?"
This sentence is in the imperfect tense, so apparently creating an international incident was a habit for her!
what does this sentence mean? i'd rather have longer sentences that are coherent.
Well, North America is the origin of the fruit. Perhaps Pocahontas is bringing a gift for the king?
And she wore an onion on her belt. Because that was the style at the time.
In Genoa, 'tis now the fashion to pin a live frog to the shoulder braid and say "bibble" at passers-by...
"She took a tomato from America" was correct so perhaps it's the difference between bring and take.
I have completed the course and am continuing to review but have never come across the elephants having no eyes!!! Maybe there was a group of ceramicists making model elephants and they hadn't got around to sculpting the eyes?
Was she a maniac or something?Who carries an american tomato everywhere?Heck,who carries any vegetable everywhere?That's hilarious.
Remember newspaper wedding announcements that described the gown and flowers? The bride wore her grandmother's organza wedding dress and she was carrying a tomate from America.