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    I'm all over you.
    Means I like you?
    or dislike?
    How to use " all over "?

    Where can help me to find out the meaning of "English expressions', such as "take the first shot" and "odds and ends"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    I'm all over you.
    Means I like you?
    or dislike?
    How to use " all over "?

    Where can help me to find out the meaning of "English expressions', such as "take the first shot" and "odds and ends"?
    Hi, buddy. I am far from a Teacher, but allow me to present my two cents here. It seems to me that "I am all over you" suggest "I had liked/loved you before, but I don't now".

    Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English is a good choice. I am talking about the CD version.
    :wink:

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    You're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    You're right.
    Eric2004, you can visit http://www.phrasefinder.co.uk to find the meanings of many expressions, as well as the stories behind them.

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    Good site.

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    Cooler, thanks. I've downloaded it by means of your suggestions.

    Tdol. thanks too.

    Susie Smith, wow, wow. thanks a million. Nice to meet a Brazil ... girl? I like your football stars, especailly Kaka because I'm a Milan's fan. He's great and you're very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Cooler, thanks. I've downloaded it by means of your suggestions.

    Tdol. thanks too.

    Susie Smith, wow, wow. thanks a million. Nice to meet a Brazil ... girl? I like your football stars, especailly Kaka because I'm a Milan's fan. He's great and you're very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Cooler, thanks. I've downloaded it by means of your suggestions.

    Tdol. thanks too.

    Susie Smith, wow, wow. thanks a million. Nice to meet a Brazil ... girl? I like your football stars, especailly Kaka because I'm a Milan's fan. He's great and you're very helpful.
    Eric2004, I'm glad to have been of some help to you. When you're a grandmother it's flattering to be called a girl, so thanks for that. I don't care much for soccer, but my sons love it. BTW, I do live in Brazil, but I'm an American.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie Smith
    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Cooler, thanks. I've downloaded it by means of your suggestions.

    Tdol. thanks too.

    Susie Smith, wow, wow. thanks a million. Nice to meet a Brazil ... girl? I like your football stars, especailly Kaka because I'm a Milan's fan. He's great and you're very helpful.
    Eric2004, I'm glad to have been of some help to you. When you're a grandmother it's flattering to be called a girl, so thanks for that. I don't care much for soccer, but my sons love it. BTW, I do live in Brazil, but I'm an American.
    Oops, I always made mistakes here. So Mrs, good for your sons, surely they will be able to compete for soccer with other American guys in the future, coz Brazil is the heaven of soccer. :wink: But only for soccer.

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    Good for Carnivals too, not to mention caiparinha (a drink).

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