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[email protected]
United States

American English
 
I am willing to help anyone with American English printables.  If you have any questions regarding American English idioms, grammar, or words, let me know, I am willing to help!

26 May 2009      



moniq2
Mexico

 
 
thank you very much for the offer.
Moniq2

26 May 2009     



eliana
Portugal

THANKS A LOT...BY THE WAY ...WHAT DO YOU CALL TO THAT OBJECT BURGLARS USUALLY USED TO OPEN DOORS? SOMETHING LIKE THIS:http://www.dutramaquinas.com.br/upload/produtos/670-50_destaque.jpg
THANKS IN ADVANCE.....

26 May 2009     



campestre
Brazil

Thank your your kindness! Could u add me on MSN: [email protected] :)

26 May 2009     



MrMo
Germany

Eliana, the object you refer to is called a CROWBAR.

All the best,

26 May 2009     



feyzauygur
Turkey

thanks alot for your kindness
here is my e-mail

26 May 2009     



[email protected]
United States

It could be a crowbar or a jimmy.  I can not see the picture, it is blocked,  but the curved bar is called a crowbar and a jimmy is a piece of wire or a long flat piece of metal with a hook or a hole.  Jimmies are more for cars though, but I have seen them used to break into houses too!

26 May 2009     



Spagman63
Hong Kong

  I guess I should say that too. lol  I can also do British English since I lived in England for 6 years.  Ivona can attest to my skills. :)

26 May 2009     



Spagman63
Hong Kong

but I have seen them used to break into houses too!
Is this firsthand? lol  Why didn īt you report them to the police?:)

26 May 2009     



miss noor
Palestine

thank you very much for the offer.

26 May 2009     



douglas
United States

aka: slim jim
 
A slim jim (more technically known as a lockout tool) is a thin strip of metal (usually spring steel) roughly 60cm long and about 2-4 cm wide originally marketed under that name by HPC Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of specialty locksmithing tools. Slim Jims are used to unlock automobile doors without use of a key or lock pick
 
 
 
The link

26 May 2009     

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