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i need ur help,please...

just read an article in the site , it s cool

but i m puzzled by some of the translation of the funny sentences.

Emotion: big smile

7. Since there is no time like present, he thought it was time to present the present.*

8. A bass was painted on the head of the bass drum.*

16. To help with planting the farmer taught his sow to sow.*

18. After a number of injections my jaw got numder.*(dunno what s numder?)

19. Upon seeing the tear in the paiting I shed tear.*(what s paiting?is it painting?)

20. I had to subject the subject to series of tests.* (does the "subject "in bold mean pressure?)

thanks a lot for your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi, a lot of your confusion is due to a mix of typos in the original and typos in your post!

7) no time like the present - no time like now

16. Sow - female pig and sow - plant seeds.

18. Number - numb + er - more numb. Numb, without feeling.

19. painting.

20. No it means the 'subject' of a test or experiment - the person or animal being tested.
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7. Since there is no time like present, he thought it was time to present the present.*

(right now) (give) Emotion: gift

8. A bass was painted on the head of the bass drum.*

(a bass is a type of fish) (a bass drum is a large drum with a very deep sound)

16. To help with planting the farmer taught his sow to sow.*

(A sow is a female pig) (To sow is to plant seeds by tossing them into the soil.)

18. After a number of injections my jaw got numder.*(dunno what s numder?)

(got number to = lost sense of feel)

19. Upon seeing the tear in the paiting I shed tear.*(what s paiting?is it painting?)

(rip in the painting) (to shed a tear is to cry)

20. I had to subject the subject to series of tests.* (does the "subject "in bold mean pressure?)
thanks a lot for ur help!!!!!!!!!!!!

the incorrect spelling did make me ...confused

anyway,thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!