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    mohammad Guest

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    Hi

    Dears

    Are these two sentences the same I mean the meaning (you need to get your priorities right) and (you need to get your priorities straight)?, if
    No please let me know / if so which is more common.

    Thanks

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    mykwyner is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: different

    In this case, straight means [I]right[/I, so the sentences have the same meaning. I don't think one is more common than the other.

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