LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||09/MAI/2009 12:32 AM|
Right. "Cram course" is less formal, more of a slang term. "To cram" means to put a lot of something into a small space. (Such as a lot of information into someone's head!)
Can I cram in there? = Will I fit? Is there room enough for me?
There is no room in my suitcase. Can you cram these two shirts into your bag? = Is there room in your bag for these two shirts?
The six of us crammed into the car. = The six of us were in a car that was too small to comfortably seat us.
We crammed our faces. = We ate a lot of food.
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