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How much tearing(=crying?) have you had on the military parade? [Copy link] 中文

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saywhat Post time: 2016-5-5 10:20
IS THAT WHY SO MANY PEOPLE WATCH... ?   BOTH LIVE AND ON THE INTERNET.... MAYBE NOBODY CARE WHAT Y ...

How do you know all these people watched a parade Pudding

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ExileMick Post time: 2016-5-4 16:51
No! Tearing and crying are completely different. Don't use words until you understand their meanin ...


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Now, I think it is unavoidable even I write in my native language Chinese. I have done the writing business for only two years that is a great challenge for me since my major was not English in the university and I teach science in the vocational school and Interneting here is only my hobby. So you could imagine my difficulty on spelling. Frankly speaking, I could write nothing without the SOUGO typing software!
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saywhat Post time: 2016-5-5 10:16
HEY KITTY...... YOU STILL TRYING TO LEARN TO SPELL I SEE.

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I admit I am still pupil here, specially on spelling!
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This post was edited by Gayle at 2017-2-20 04:51

Thank you for this very interesting thread on Chinese feelings and history.

Regarding the English word "tearing" -- in the sense of crying, it is almost always used as part of the compound phrase "tearing up," not as a word alone.  (Otherwise, in writing, it could be mistaken for the homograph "tearing" as in tearing paper.)

But the meaning of "tearing up" is not precisely the same as crying. "Tearing up" means one's eyes are full of tears, but "crying" begins when the tears fall from the eyes.

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