Posted by Sphinx on February 28, 2004
1.What's the difference between:
2.How to explain "in" here? Please give some other examples in which "in" has the same meaning and usage?
THe Afro-American need to remake their historical image so that it is known and accepted in its truthfulness by themselves and by the rest of the world.
3.What does the idiom form the fable "The Crow and the Pitcher" mean (in plain English)?
"Little by little does the trick."
Thanks in advance!