Hi


Could you please listen to this clip for the first EIGHTseconds only? What word does the speaker use?

"Like ? she has remained inducive..."



Thanks,


Tom

Like Garbo, she has remained elusive, enigmatic, almost mythical.
Man! Every word was pronouced quite clearly in her British accent except these two words. I listened to it 10 times and I still couldn't make out the two words which sounded like "garble" but definitely not remained inducive. Can't help you!
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Man! Every word was pronouced quite clearly in her British accent except these two words. I listened to it 10 times and I still couldn't make out the two words which sounded like "garble" but definitely not remained inducive. Can't help you!
Hi,

Like Garbo - Greta Garbo was a Swedish film actress.

The speaker compares Rekha (the interviewee, who is an Indian actress) to Garbo.

Regards

And here's the proof:

"Rekha has often been compared to Greta Garbo, and has been cited by media as her Indian equivalent. Hindustan Times described her physical change and loss of weight as "one of cinema's and perhaps real life's most dramatic transformations," arguing that "Rekha morphed from an overweight, dark ordinary girl into a glamorous and beautiful enigma, shrouding her life in an intriguing Garbo-like mystery." According to Rediff, "Rekha's reclusive nature has gone a long way towards building an aura of mystery around her."Rekha rarely gives interviews, and she mostly avoids parties and events. Asked in interviews about her mysterious image, she denied several times trying to live up to this image, which, according to her, is press-created: "What mystery? The media is the one that creates this image. It's just that I am basically shy by nature, an introvert and fiercely private."


Taken from wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rekha


Regards


elusive, enigmatic, almost mythical.
can u describe whats mean by that?
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Elusive - hard to catch. Like a wild animal that no one can trap.

enigmatic - mysterious. People do not know who she really is as a person.

mythical - Mythical characters are the heros in stories that we tell our children. These characters are not real; they are like noble princes and beautiful princesses.
wow..

i believe english languge has alots to do with descriptive feature