+0

"The privilege will be limited to African-American people."

Q. What does that mean exactly? "Only A-A people will enjoy the privilege" or "Only A-A people will not enjoy the privilege"?

+1

"Only A-A people will enjoy the privilege"

Comments  
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?

Thank you Mr. Clive Emotion: smile

Then what if I want to say the opposite using "limit"?

eg The privilege will not be limited to African-American people."

Hmm, so easy! Emotion: smile

Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies

Mr. Clive, " The privilege will be restricted to African-American people" also means the same? "Only A-A people will enjoy the privilege"? not "will not enjoy ~"

" The privilege will be restricted to African-American people" This means "Only A-A people will enjoy the privilege"? Yes

.

Clive