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    ABALBINO is offline Newbie
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    Doubt I Have

    Hi;

    I'd like to know if "make yourself at home" is a prhasal verb or an idiom.
    What is diference between them?

    My best regards.

    A. Balbino

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    Re: Doubt I Have

    It's idiomatic to me.
    Last edited by Tdol; 05-Nov-2005 at 09:13.

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