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    Exclamation some terms

    Hello me dear teacher,
    Would you please tell me the meaning of these terms? do we have other ways to say the same thing ?

    1)Are you a late-night person?
    2)short and sweet.
    3)yellow jacket.
    4)to work around the clock.
    5)there is no talking to you.
    6)Take my breath away.
    7)french leave.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Default Re: some terms

    1)Are you a late-night person? - staying up late, going to bed late at night.
    2)short and sweet. - to the point
    3)yellow jacket- a wasp.
    4)to work around the clock.- work, work, work, no rest.
    5)there is no talking to you. - no point talking to you.
    6)Take my breath away.-to impress , astound, amaze.
    7)French leave-an informal, unannounced, or sudden departure.



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