Is the title sentence the short form of
(If you were) To look at him, you'd never think he was 80!
In other part of the country again, to give the example of Minnesota, you would probably pay only half of that maybe $400 or 450 a month.
Is the short form of
------ ,(If I were) to give the example of Minnesota, ----
As far as the short form is concerned, what do you think the full sentences are for the following examples?
- Suffice it to say that they're having marital problems.
- Say what they will about our cafeteria, I still think they’re the best tater tots money can buy.
- After that, the golfer thinks that because a certain method worked for them...it will automatically work for everybody. And to make matters worse, they believe that there are a lot of absolute imperatives to the golf swing that all golfers MUST do in order to hit the ball effectively.
My guess is:
- “If it” suffices to say that
- “Though they” say what they will about our cafeteria,
- “If they are” to make matters worse, ----(with a hint of irony ?)
Frankly, I really do not understand the sentence meanings of (2) and (3).