LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||08/FEV/2011 5:13 PM|
" O que significa round em? in Melon, round, the M is found "
Methinks we are missing the poetry, or rather, verse. What is the context of this?
Looks like poetic license to me. Like, Petunia, blonde, young, delicious, oh how I miss her...
Maybe it is a portion of a child's reading book teaching the alphabet, and this was the line to learn the "M".
Don't miss the comma ( "," ) between "Melon" and "round" - it makes all the difference.
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