young / baby


- cow - calf


@ The young of the cow is called a calf.


@ The baby cow is a calf.


- puppy - dog


@ A puppy is a young of the dog.


@ A puppy is a baby dog.


p/s: How to explain the sentence, "My house is across the McDonald?"

- Does it mean opposite as well?


- Does it mean i can either see or not to see the McD from my house YET i have to cross the road to reach the McD?

asked Jul 09 '12 at 15:59 FiO New member

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"My house is across the McDonald"  It  means that your house is  on the other side of the road and not on the same road. You can  see McDonald,  but you have to cross the road to reach McDonald.

link edited Jul 09 '12 at 16:55 sanjay Expert


How about the sentence construction shown as above?

FiOJul 09 '12 at 17:19

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