so if you're not talking to a GP, we can assume your STOMACH is your TUMMY.
Erm, I know the meaning of the verb "TO HAPPEN", but I don't understand the use of the phrase "as it happened".
For example, if we're talking about the latest F1 Grand Prix in Austria, they say :
"F1: Valtteri Bottas wins Austrian Grand Prix – as it happened" (from the GUARDIAN newspaper).
Why do they have to add "as it happened" with an hyphen at the end of the sentence ?
"F1: Valtteri Bottas wins Austrian Grand Prix" can be easily understood.
I don't know why they must add " - as it happened".
In case you need, here's the link https://www.theguardian.com/sport/live/2017/jul...