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    Red face Have / Put our finger crossed

    Hi Dear,


    "Have our finger crossed"
    "Put our finger crossed"
    • May I know the meaning with examples of the aboved?
    • What are the differences between the aboved?
    • Should we use them in formal correspondence? Will it be too casual?
    • Are they idioms?
    • Are the structures correct, shall we put 's' for 'finger"
    Good day / ju

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    Re: Have / Put our finger crossed

    Hi Judy, look here (on this website) you can also click on idioms on the left for lots more

    http://www.usingenglish.com/referenc...s+crossed.html

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