LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||25/OUT/2008 8:43 PM|
|Assunto:||"Lively" or "cheerful" ?|
<<a guests' list would a list that belongs to all the guests or a list that is meant for all the guests.
Maybe a list that the guests get handed with do's and dont's.>>
How about a "guests' do's and dont's (handsomely and usefully gotten up) libretto/list"?
<<Like: do say hello to your anfitriant when you arrive.
don't carry the silverware home with you.
(Did I spell anfitriant correctly?)>>
No, you didn't. You probably want the host(ess) to hand that richly embroidered, gold-plated do's and dont's libretto to guests warning them if they screw up, they'll get kicked out. Or the host(ess) will have the cops on their (far*ing) a*s.
<<I forgot the english word for lesmas.>>
See you later, Johannes.
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