Once a long time ago, I was CORRECTED by this one poster when I said "am I not?" he goodrep me saying "aren't I" was the correct form. And ever since then I have heard or read it in many places.
"Aren't I?" is colloquial, but not correct. As a child I was forbidden to say, "Aren't I?" even though other children did. I always had to say "Am I not?" I broke this habit when I was grown up because people tend to think it is stuffy. Generally, I avoid the expression because it causes me too much dissonance.
Jr.'s Godparents contact info is in my laptop. His godmother has thyroid cancer and had surgery today. Now I can't contact them
Steal the hard drive and take it to a computer repair shop.
That's reassuring to hear.
That sounds like exactly the model that I should aim to fit into, being a big brother to younger children but also nearly a grown-up. Sadly I fail miserably.
Of course. You aren't a grown up yet. You can't expect not to be a kid. And anyway that growing up business is a process -- and most of us have to work on it all our lives.
Raquel, hère is a website that explains a lot of it. Really the Canadians were heroes who risked their lives, and that doesn't come through in the movie. This link will explain a lot of it. There are other things I am still not sure about in the movie as well. Scroll down in this link to "historical inaccuracies" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argo_(2012_film
Here is another article as well. It brings out some other facts. http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/...eck_movie.html
The movie was good and thrilling even though I had already read a whole book about it. The book was good too, and very tense.
It's sort of like the broad outlines of the story were correct, but all the details are made up.