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Message de yaya18 posté le 05-11-2014 à 13:59:03 (S | E | F)
I'm a little confused about a sentence, I've already seen the two sentences :
-It's out of question !
-It's out of the question !
Which is correct ? Are both of these two sentences correct ?
Thank you in advance
Modifié par lucile83 le 05-11-2014 16:51
Réponse: Hors de question/aide de violet91, postée le 05-11-2014 à 14:48:06 (S | E)
(Shakespeare could use 'out of question ' - 'The twelfth night ' meaning unquestionably ; that was in the XVIth century)
- Number 2 is the one : in modern English our days , I mean) .( = absolutely impossible / don't you dare think of it ! / Forbidden or so !)
Réponse: Hors de question/aide de yaya18, postée le 05-11-2014 à 15:14:32 (S | E)
I opted for the last one too and now I understand I was right
Thank you again for taking trouble to answer me
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