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2 mar 2015

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I read about James McAvoy's interview. He talked about dominance of rich kid actors in the U.K. The magazine said "James has waded into ongoing debate in the U.K." I searched the word "wade " ,and it means "to enter a discussion in a forceful and annoying way." My question is why this magazine said like this? It doesn't like James ? Why they show bad emotion by using the word "wade?"

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[Notícias] Ei você! Aquele que está aprendendo um idioma!

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I read about James McAvoy's interview. He talked about dominance of rich kid actors in the U.K. The magazine said "James has waded into ongoing debate in the U.K." I searched the word "wade " ,and it means "to enter a discussion in a forceful and annoying way." My question is why this magazine said like this? It doesn't like James ? Why they show bad emotion by using the word "wade?"
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