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  1. mohammad
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    Meaning

    Hello

    Dear teacher

    WHAT DO THESE MEAN?

    Sixty four thousand dollar question

    I am out of sorts

    Shrink (i want ot know if it is a good synonym for psychologist because i looked it up and there was mentioned as humorous term for psychologist)

    I saw something on/in the film (which preposition is correct)

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    Re: Meaning

    Hi

    I'm out of sort means I feel unhappy.

    By the way were r u from Mohamad? seems u r a moslim.
    Last edited by mir12480; 10-May-2005 at 22:34.


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    your answers are here

    Dear Mohammad:
    The answer of your first question might be : "the question is too difficult to be solved"
    The answer of your second question was replied by Mir correctly.
    BY THE WAY, YOUR NAME IS JUST LIKE MINE, I AM A MUSLIM, WHAT ABOUT YOU BUDDY, SO I AM FROM IRAN, HOW ABOUT YOU DEAR?

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    Re: your answers are here

    64,00 dollar question = the crucial question, the one that will show whether something is going to work, etc- the key question.

    Shrink- it's informal.
    If you mean watching a movie, use 'in'. If you mean the plastic strip that goes through the machine, use 'on'.

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