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    Default Re: Idiom dictionary

    Thank you so much

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    thanks a lot

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    thank you

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    Good job , Thanks a lot...
    It is "Apple of my eyes"

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    Smile Re: Idiom dictionary

    Thankyou, Tdol for the dictionary, but its difficult remembering them..... Is there any way that is more easier for learning them? Any activities or quizes?

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    thanks really.......... it does help us

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    Talking Re: Idiom dictionary

    thanks for a nice post. it makes me study and teach better n better.

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    Hello,
    could you please help me explain this idiom:rock back on heels.
    for example: Why was the teacher rocked back on his heels?

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    thanks for this dictionary ,, it be useful

    but i think it is hard for me to save they in my mind

    what the best way to save it and don't forget it

    thanks again

    regards

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    Great !!!!!!!!!
    I'm really interested in idioms. It helps you master the langauge:) in my humble opinion.

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