1. Swimming with sharks when they ain't fed yet.
2. Swimming with sharks when they ain't feed yet.
I got this sentence from a song called Sup Danger and a rapper spits out that line and he used the second sentence with 'feed'. I'm confused because at the same time sentence 1 makes more sense to me. Thank you for your answers.Words & Wordplay10 months ago
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For this type of sequence 5, 9, 13, 17 and 21. We are adding 4 each time. What about this sequence? 64, 32, 16, 8.
a. How much does 1 sheet weigh?
b. If a letter weighs more than 60 g, it costs more than one first class stamp to post it. Six of these sheets are put into an envelope.
The envelope weighs 8 g.
Will one first class stamp be enough to pay for the postage?
Twelve footballers are wearing club 'strip' and each shirt has a different number printed on it; the numbers start at 20 and go up on at a time. The footballers sit, in numerical order, evenly spaced round a circular table.
What is the number on the shirt of the footballer sitting opposite of the footballer wearing shirt number 25?5 AnswersEnglish Football2 years ago