Translation:It is something that I would have never chosen, but thank you.
Wow, you too. Do you feel fluent? I began this last spring...Do you use Spanish? I am very drawn to it because it feels like a puzzle. French is suffering: it feels like a nesting dolls of exceptions to exceptions to the exceptions' exceptions. Hard to get a pattern but more set in my long term memory at a bare minimum level.
i come back to keep up and learn. Finishing the tree was to get an overview. Now comes learning. Details. Memorizing into deep memory takes longer than it used to as a kid. Also, typing may not set up as many memory circuits in the brain as listening to a teacher and writing phrases over and over by hand. Hand motions involve more neurons so I recall the French learned this way.
How to passive aggressively accept a likely passive aggressive gift: The best thing is to get thrilled like mad...and drop it off at Salvation army on the way home. Sometimes it's a difference in taste. You never know. But when the inlaws invite old flames of a spouse for Christmas, lol...it's makes it easier. Again, best to agree in their good taste and surprise: they don't come back of their own accord.
Jamas means never ever for sure, nunca is also never but not as strict as jamas. Yahoo i finished the tree with 415 straight days, 2000 hearts, level 24 with 29760 xp. Really liked it, big thank you to all the comments and help along the way, it was fun learning with everyone.
RARE...in midwest, I have never heard that. I would know what you mean. It is formal formal and mostly has to do with voting. Someone is elected. We elected an idiot. The board elected a new chair. there are other uses but they are rare. YET, it is clear what you mean. SELECTED is more common for the example you give, tho somewhat implies there were choices available and you chose/selected among them in a package of options at a resort or something. But "selections" of clothing, schools, groceries, diet items, purchases are possible: " I always select 1 percent milk". "I select dark chocolate and dark sugar for more bang for my buck". "The selection at this grocery store is limited but quality is great." "I'm careful about the blues I select in clothing given my skin tone." etc.
Yes I'm more than confused,what's wrong with my answer " it's something that I would have never chosen,but thank you, from your answer " it is something that I would have never chosen,but thank you"? Since when "it's" is considered an error? Then what about "I'd" or "I'm"? Are those also to be considered errors?