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    Lightbulb Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    I've assignment at conversation course which is writing paragraphs about What I'm into.
    So guys i need idioms and expressions to use them at my essay; any help!
    Also Is there any advice or who cheat me ?

    ​Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    Sorry, but this is your assignment and your teacher needs to see what you can do. It won't help you learn if we supply with things to write.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    Quote Originally Posted by zeyadsama View Post
    I've assignment at conversation course which is writing paragraphs about What I'm into.
    So guys i need idioms and expressions to use them at my essay; any help!
    Also Is there any advice or who cheat me ?

    ​Thanks in advance.
    I can assure you that we never help anyone to cheat.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    Bloody hell i was joking guys -_- you don't have sense of humor
    I said i need idioms and expressions to put them at my paragraph so i know what i need
    second i'm 21 years old so i know what i'm doing..Every one will act as an angel :P
    is there someone want to cheat say cheat me ..just joking u made me angry XD
    Last edited by zeyadsama; 14-Apr-2013 at 16:03.

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    Re: Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    If you knew how many people came to this forum expecting us to write their essays, you would have more empathy for us and would see much less humor in your comment about helping you cheat.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    Quote Originally Posted by zeyadsama View Post
    Bloody hell (Please don't swear on the forum)
    I was joking guys. -_- You don't have sense of humor. (Oh, we really do!)
    I said I need idioms and expressions to put them at in my paragraph so I know what I need.
    Secondly, I'm 21 years old so I know what I'm doing. Every one will act as an angel (the underlined part doesn't make sense) :P
    Is there someone want to cheat say cheat me. Just joking. You made me angry. XD (What does "XD" mean?")
    Whether you call it cheating or not, we don't help with homework. Your teachers need to see what you can do, not what we can do, so we can't suggest idioms for your essay/paragraph. You need to research it all yourself, write it yourself and submit it. Once you get it back with a mark and corrections, you can come back to us if you don't understand any of the corrections.

    Note my amendments and notes to your last post above. Remember to always capitalise the word "I".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Idioms for paragraph's title ' What you're interested in.'

    hahaha , Oky 'emsr2d2' I liked your red comments :P ..XD means
    I got your idea guys I found the idioms at smart thesaurus dictionary and wrote it If you work hard to get something you'll memorize it. If you are interested to read my essay, I'll be happy

    I've taken a fancy to adventure and thriller movies they quicken my pulse.
    I'm not very big on watching football that's why It's not my cup of tea.
    Surfing and riding horses have taken my fancy and I'm attached to swimming so I'll give them some stick.
    Also I was absorbed in Pc games but now I've bigger fish to fry.
    Now I get my teeth into how to crack applications and programs by adding patches.
    Recently I'm working on speaking English to hit my stride.

    Hint:blue sentence I'm not sure if it's right or not ,how I can use this idiom.
    Thanks in advance. <3

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    Well done for finding some suitable idioms. Good luck when you submit your work. Let us know how you get on and, as I said, if you don't understand any of your tutor's comments or corrections when you get your piece back, you can come back and see if we can explain.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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