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    Question Re: Idiom dictionary

    thats cool..

    but how to remember all of the stuff ??

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    It's for reference- you don't need to learn it all. When you're not sure, you can check.

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    we can google all the idom heh , it's not ' a hard nut to crack'

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    Thanks very much I sould make this a refernce to me .

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    thanks a lot

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    Could you please tell me some idioms about numbers?or tell me where to find such idioms. thank you very much .thankssssssss....

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    Nice forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Septemberfd View Post
    Could you please tell me some idioms about numbers?or tell me where to find such idioms. thank you very much .thankssssssss....
    I googled idioms numbers, and quite a few useful-looking sites came up.

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    Thank you Tdol
    It is important to know them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Click here to see our full list of English idioms and idiomatic expressions.
    very artistic by hard in mood.

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