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Hi

One guy tells another one:

They had wolves in the woods there years after they’d all been killed off in

other places. Put the wind up us a bit in case there might

still be one or two left. When you see them woods maybe you’ll understand.

1. Does it mean that they will scare us when we see one or two of these wolves?

2. I think the last sentence means: When you see them in the woods you'll understand what I'm talking about?

Thanks
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Hi,

One guy tells another one:

They had wolves in the woods there years after they’d all been killed off in

other places. Put the wind up us a bit in case there might

still be one or two left. When you see them woods maybe you’ll understand.

1. Does it mean that they will scare us when we see one or two of these wolves?

It means 'We were scared by the thought that there might still be a few wolves'.

2. I think the last sentence means: When you see them in the woods you'll understand what I'm talking about? No.

When you see those woods, maybe you'll understand what I'm talking about.

them woods is slang for those woods.

Clive
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Now it's clear. Thanks.