The expression “To run with the hare and hunt with the hounds” means:
a. To belong to unconventional social groups.
b. To support both sides of an argument.
c. To live one’s life in enjoyment and fun.
Complement vs. Compliment Loose vs. LoseConditional Sentence Type 3DEGREE COMPARISONSimple Present TenseAdjectivePast Continuous vs Past SimpleModal VerbsDirect Object and Indirect Object
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Be quiet, the baby …………….
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