Can you help me with English plz?

On the cover of TIME, with the word ENOUGH emblazoned across the image. Determining the cover is always a team discussion, and in the course of it, some in our newsroom urged that we do not use that word. How to determine what exactly is enough? Wasn't it enough at Columbine? At Virginia Tech? At Fort Hood? Won't it be enough when, sure as night follows day, the next massacre occurs.

1. I can't understand this sentence "some in our newsroom urged that we do not use that word" mean exactly? "Some" are what?

2. What does this expression "night follows day" mean in this case?

3 Answers

  • 12 months ago
    Favorite Answer

    'Some' of the staff members in the news room.

    Night ALWAYS follows day. It can't be avoided. Another massacre cannot be avoided: it MUST happen, for certain.

  • Anonymous
    12 months ago

    TIME magazine demands "ENOUGH" gun crimes...but they never point out that Democrats keep paroling violent criminals.

    If you need help with English, feel free to ask.

  • Cogito
    Lv 7
    12 months ago

    1 - that word here means 'some people' - 'some employees'.

    2 - night always follows day. So it means 'inevitably'.

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