Also contrast with the above. The difference between the three phrases is not as such big. I replied that, in that case, why didn't he just say, "I'll do it right away "?
Do you already have an account? What do you all think? So the second and the third sentences are the same.
But if you emphasize "little bit" over "little" or "bit" then you are emphasizing how small it is. Alex Alex 428 5 9 15.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. But you'd have to know the individual and the context to know exactly how many minutes that implies...
It's another way to say "small amount" or it can be used to mean "kind of". American living in France. Is Singular 'They' a Better Choice? No, create an account now. He's a little bit angry This means he is somewhat angry. Learn about premium features. Where I'm from, it can mean "little bitch"... It bothered me a little bit. Here are the sentences in decreasing order of the same. Explore the year a word first appeared. He is a bit angry, but mostly he's just glad you're back.
Little bit. Deleted user. Test Your Knowledge - and learn some interesting things along the way. Please tell us where you read or heard it including the quote, if possible.
What do you mean? But the third one has the lowest degree of angriness.
Elsewhere English English. I'm surprised that you've found a situation where words mean different things to men as they do to women!
We have a little bit of time left.