Dear Sirss,


I am a Spanish woman who is currently studying the Advanced Level Of English (Cambridge). Many, many years ago, when I started to study English, I had a teacher who taught his students the following rule in order not to make the common mistake "I agree/I am agree".


I would like you to let me know the meaning of the word "gree", I've been unsuccessfully searching for all the Englis websites dictionaries without any success. I've been told that "gree" could be a synonimous for pig/pork in English. Could you please find it out? I don't have any more tools to reach out the meaning of "gree" and I extremly need it for a class task we have to handle in a near future.


I look forward to hearing from you with the best answer.


Best Regards


Montse Pinol

Barcelona, Spain

grammar asked May 16 '12 at 05:30 Montse Piñol New member

Being from Barcelona, perhaps you can answer -- to what degree is Catalon (as opposed to Castillian Spanish) still used? In California, I occasionally see "carne del porc" rather than "carne del cerdo". which I suppose harkens back to our Catalonian heritage.

Jeff PribylMay 16 '12 at 16:53

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