A: Those hyacinths in the corner are taking a long time to come out, aren't they? I'd have
thought the tulips in the coal scuttle, the tulipss in the cauldron, I thought they'd had it, they
were lying down completely.
B: I know, but they've straightened out.
1. 為什麼A先提hyacinths風信子 然後 提 tulips呢?
2. I thought they'd had it. 中的it是什麼意思呢?
- 1 0 年前最佳解答
1. I think whatever *A* was talking about (the flowers), s/he only made a comment of his observation or comparison.
2. *I thought they'd had it.* - I thought they were dead!