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    idioms

    Dear Teachers!
    Please explain the meaning of the following idioms and give examples with them :D

    1 on the offchance
    2 only too
    3 over to

    Thank you very much in advance!


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    Re: idioms

    If you do something on the off chance, you do it even though you think that there is only a small possibility of it being successful.

    e.g. She takes a look at the forum on the off chance of meeting someone she knows. :)

    "only too" means very.
    e.g. We are only too pleased to help. :D

    " over to you " is used to say that it's somebody's turn to do something.

    :wink:

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    Good job, Henry!

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