LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||15/FEV/2006 12:39 PM|
|Assunto:||Is pronounciating "thanks" like if it we|
I also feel sometimes that natives fail to pronounce the th sound in thanks. But I'm not the right person to answer this question, since I'm not a native speaker.
Literally, carne e osso can be translated as flesh and blood. In English, however, this expression is only used to refer to one's family or one's relative. Example:
If you dare touch my flesh and blood, I will bring my hammer down on you like Thor gone berserk.
If you want the Brazilian meaning of the expression, try using live or in person.
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