clydas Posted September 29, 2012 Share Posted September 29, 2012 Wow, what a nice topic! When I read some of the questions I thought that there would be angry responses, but all were very comprehensive and supportive.English is not my native language, and I have only decided to try my hand at the original books last week, with A Feast for Crows (as a trick to read slower and pay more attention to the details). So far it is not so difficult as I thought it would be, but now and then I get stuck in some sentences.I'd like to ask a aFFC sentence. Out of context there is no spoiler:"[...] all we've done is drive the roaches back beneath the rushes."What does this mean? Is this an idiomatic expression or something like that. "Rushes" is a plant, so this doesn't make sense for me at all. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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