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He said that he usually takes his dog out for a walk when he comes home from work. (Indirect speech). The above question (“ I usually take my dog out for a walk when I come home from work” he said) is direct speech . Here the word said is reporting verb and it is past tense and the Reported Speech is(“ I usually take my dog out for a walk when I come home from work”) is called (Reported Speech). The Reported Speech is present indefinite tense ,and it is habitual fact. So according to rule we know if the reporting verb is (past tense) and the reported speech is (present tense but habitual fact) in that case at the time of changing ( direct to indirect speech ) the tense of (reported speech) will remain unchanged only pronoun may be changed if necessary and conjunction (that) will be written after Reporting verb (said).
First things first – Europeans do eat dogs. Switzerland includes dog meat in certain types of traditional cuisine. It isn’t very common, but it’s worth pointing out that it’s absolutely a thing in certain European cultures. But outside of that cultural exception, it’s pretty uncommon among Europeans, and the reason is a simple matter of use. In Europe, pigs, cows and chickens are raised for eating, while dogs, cats and horses serve different purposes (hunting companions, mouse catchers and transportation, respectively). When you breed domesticated animals, you typically breed them to purpose – you breed the best examples of what you’re trying to accomplish. As it happens, lean, sinewed muscle (which is best for efficient transformation of food to strength/energy) is pretty terrible for eating, so we started breeding cats/dogs/horses towards that kind of muscle while breeding pigs/cows/chickens away from that kind of muscle, which, after several generations of successful breeding, just solidified that certain animals are better eating than others. Now, it’s important to note that this did not, historically speaking, prevent Europeans from eating whatever animals were available during times of famine. Yes, we would typically eat a pig if there was a pig available, but if there was a food shortage and you had a horse… chances are, you’d eventually eat the horse, both because you needed the food and because you couldn’t afford to continue feeding the horse anyway. This type of flexibility in eating whatever is available seems much more strange to us now, but that’s because global food supply chains prevent us from meaningfully experiencing famine anymore (and by “us” I mean those of us living in wealthy nations, because this is absolutely not the case for people living in poorer nations). We don’t ever have to consider eating a cat because we simply don’t ever have the experience of not having any other option. Now, we can speak to those “developing” nations (like India and China) where supply chains are starting to mirror what’s in place in western nations, so that many people don’t need to eat a cat (for example) but choose to do so anyway. First things first, it’s important to note that this isn’t nearly as common a thing as many westerners think – there’s very much an element of exoticism that makes us think this happens much more than it actually does. Dog meat is quite common in many of these cultures, but there’s a lot of racist-tinged “woooooo they eat cats and bats and shrews and other weird things” and while some of that is true, it can be hard to distinguish what is truth and what is just exaggeration. And this is absolutely not me saying that anyone who asks a question like this is racist – absolutely not. But it’s worth noting that, if you see someone talking about how there’s this super gross meat market in Wuhan where you can get literally any meat you can imagine, no matter how taboo, you should question the details of what this person is saying, because people can be quite dishonest about this type of thing.
I can give you one example that happened to me- years ago we bought a beautiful Rottweiler pup , 8 weeks old. About a year later our family went to an all breed dog show where hundreds of AKC breeds were to be shown, including the mother and a litter brother of our Bear. I had Bear’s leash and we walked through a crowd of b and their dogs headed for the ring where the Roots were . Our“puppy”( approx 80 lbs) started to whine pretty loudly.Looking around, I didn’t see why he was upset but he started to pull me right over to a vaguely familiar older gentleman holding a young male Rott who was straining to get to Bear- before I could get him under control, my dog just started wagging his stubby tail, wiggling and “ play” growling- and so did the other dog! Turns out the “familiar man was the breeder we had bought Bear from, and the other male was his brother! Sorry for the long answer but since that happened I’ve heard more stories just like it. I think it’s pretty well known that dogs will remember people they’ve known before but until this happened, I didn’t know they could/would recognize littermates , too.
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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