to make out you know everything
It's not a good learning atitude to make out you know everything.
It's not a good learning habit to pretend you know everything.
Do both of the above read as well? If not, how would you correct them? Thanks.
Re: to make out you know everything
In my opinion, the second sentence is correct.
Originally Posted by angliholic
Make out means:
to realize : I can`t make out what he is saying
to establish; prove.
to decipher; discern.
to imply, suggest, or impute: He made me out to be a liar.
to manage; succeed: How are you making out in your new job?
There may be other opinions on that, though.
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