What an English!!


What an English!!  Do you think that 'at the moment' means the same as 'at this moment', but 'at the very moment' does not mean the same as 'at this very moment'?


I think that it is also one of the differences between American and British English. What do you experts here think?


I think once I have solved this problem, I am not going to bother any great people here and there for a while because this is the strangest and hardest ever and I am so shocked that I need some rests. I need your advice again. Please, would you answer my question?

edited Apr 04 '13 at 13:32 Hans Contributor

I don't find your questions to be a bother at all. You always ask politely and write actual questions. The posts that annoy me are those with no actual question, as if we can read minds, or with lazy text-speech writing.

Patty TApr 04 '13 at 16:41

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