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Hi everyone! Seeing this sentense, grabbed me a long time still now.Tom is the last person Marry”d have expected to see here.According to native professor saying, Tom has shown up in front of Marry accidentally without Marry having not expected to see him there. Before I”ve heared the true from professor, I thought like this, There place must be quiet few people lived so that Marry was used to be not expecting to see anyone there.Would you rephrase and teach me?

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Hi everyone! Seeing this sentense, grabbed me a long time still now.Tom is the last person Marry”d have expected to see here.According to native professor saying, Tom has shown up in front of Marry accidentally without Marry having not expected to see him there. Before I”ve heared the true from professor, I thought like this, There place must be quiet few people lived so that Marry was used to be not expecting to see anyone there.Would you rephrase and teach me?
Well,I will try.Your professor is right.It means that Mary does not expect to see Tom at that place,it is very surprising and unexpected for her to see Tom there,the sentence can be rephrased as”Mary didn”t at all expect to see Tom here”,understand?
Hi everyone! Seeing this sentenc
e, grabbed me a long time still now.Tom is the last person Marry”d have expected to see here.According to native professor saying, Tom has shown up in front of Marry accidentally without Marry having not expected to see him there. Before I”ve heared the true from professor, I thought like this, There place must be quiet few people lived so that Marry was used to be not expecting to see anyone there.Would you rephrase and teach me?
“Tom is the last person Marry would have expected to see here.” is correct. “Marry´d” is a short form. Is the name definitely “Marry” and not “Mary?” By the way, “Grabbed me a long time still now.” doesn´t make sense. What did you mean there?
Hi everyone! Seeing this sentense, grabbed me for a long time and still does.Tom is the last person Marry”d have expected to see here.According to a native professor saying, Tom has shown up in front of Marry accidentally without Marry having not expecting to see him there. Before I”ve heared the truth from professor, I thought like this, There place must be where quite few people lived so that Mary was not used to to seeing anyone there.Would you rephrase and teach me?
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has to do with weddings, Mary is the girl”s name.Let”s say Mary was in church and Tom walked in. Mary knows that Tom is not religious, so he would not be expected in church. He would be last person among her friends – who are mostly church-goers – that she would expect to see in church.The phrase the last person expected simply means that the person would not usually be seen wherever they showed up.

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Hi everyone! Seeing This sentence, grabbed has confused me for a long time still now.Tom is the last person Mary would have expected to see here.According to what a native professor said, Tom has shown up in front of Mary unexpectedly.Before I learned the truth from professor, I thought this meant
(I”m sorry, but I cannot understand any of the rest of the sentence) The phrase “the last ____ I expected to ____” is common in English. Think of a woman whose husband is not very romantic. He also never likes to spend money. Their wedding anniversary arrives. What might she expect him to do? She might first expect him to do nothing, or she might expect him to give her a cheap anniversary card. Instead, he gives her a pair of diamond earrings and takes her to dinner at the finest restaurant in town. When she tells her friends about it, one of them might say “Your husband is so cheap that an expensive present is the last thing I would have expected from him
!” Another friend might say “I was not surprised by the present but the dinner. The last thing I would have expected him to do would be to go someplace as romantic as that restaurant!” In this case, Mary might have expected to see her friends Lucy and Ethel, or she might have expected to see William, who works at the location in question, or she might have expected to see Elizabeth and Philip, who go there often. Out of all the people whom she might have expected to se, the very last one on the list — that is, the person she considered LEAST likely to be there — was Tom, but Tom was precisely the person she saw.

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I feel sorry that I couldn”t expression about what I wanted to ask.But I could understand almost perfectly what you guys must have tried to say.Thank you very much. Good luck to everyone.Finally, Grabbed me a long time meant (The curious is bothering me yet is what I tried to say.)^^
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piglet0117New Member
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Hi everyone! I have an additinal question regarding “the last person”. I understand it means someone is the person who unlikely to do something. But I”m sort of confused with below sentence. “We all love talking about Dion, because, you know, if you walk onto the set, the last person
you would imagine as the Director of Photograph is Dion Beebe, because he’s so quiet and so humble and he’s just an artist.”Does it still mean you don”t really think Dion Beebe as a director of photograph? What I”m confused is he”s the director of photograph. And the narrator actually compliments him on this great work.

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