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    #11

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    is it really important to learn idioms because i've never heard people using it
    thats so confusing to me

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    #12

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    People do use them a lot. You can speak without them, but you may have problems understanding things if you don't know any. Anyway, we have given you a list so you can check if you read or hear one. It's up to you whether you learn them.


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    #13

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    I was sitting a test on English idioms today... I wish I knew this site before... I could have written it far better ...

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    #14

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    Thanks for providing such a helpful link for new users like me. And I was really looking for them. Once again thank for sharing it.

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    #15

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    You're welcome.


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    #16

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    thank you for helping to improve skills


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    #17

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    Hello !

    My english teacher, in Phoenix Arizona where I am now to sharpen my English, asked me to check out Using English.com site. As English student, I hope this site will help me to improve my English. Thank you for the opportunity.

    Jean-Pierre


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    #18

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    Thank you for your help to learn idioms.

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    #19

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    Jean-Pierre, glad to be of assistance.


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    #20

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    Thnx a lot ..

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