# Once Again, The Village Halloween Parade Will Bring All Of New York Togethe?

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Once again, the Village Halloween Parade will bring all of New York together in the creative spirit of Halloween.

I suspect if I interpret the above correctly. The following is my interpretation. Correct me if I am wrong.

Once again, the Village Halloween Parade will unite all the people of New York with the creative spirit of Halloween.
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I'd like to add to your translation only a minor remark: the people will be close not only spiritually, but also geometrically: they all (a hyperbola — many of them) will come to the parade.
I suspect that, not suspect if.

I suspect that I am interpreting the sentence above correctly.

Your interpretation is essentially correct. unite is a bit cerebral compared to bring together. The idea is that the parade takes place at a certain physical location in New York (the Village, i.e., Greenwich Village), and therefore the parade will "cause everyone to be located in the same place" (bring them all together).

CJ
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Ant_222,

A hyperbola is a geometric curve described by certain kinds of mathematical equations.
A hyperbole is an exaggeration.

I think you wanted hyperbole.

CJ
Thank you, CJ.

Those spell the same in Russuian (and I am sure they are of the same roots (etymology))
And you speak Russuian? You must live in Russuia!
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CalifJimI suspect that, not suspect if.

I suspect that I am interpreting the sentence above correctly.

Your interpretation is essentially correct. unite is a bit cerebral compared to bring together. The idea is that the parade takes place at a certain physical location in New York (the Village, i.e., Greenwich Village), and therefore the parade will "cause everyone to be located in the same place" (bring them all together).

CJ
Thanks, Jim, for the correction.

I always appreciate it when mentors correct my mistakes though it hurts a bit.

For the sake of clarification, what idea do you want to convey by using cerebral and physical? Do they refer to intellectual/wise and concrete/genuine/real respectively?
cerebral - related to the mind, intellectual. Yes.
physical - concrete, real. Yes.

CJ
Thanks, Jim my mentor.

Got it.
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