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    #1

    Cool know like the top of your hand?

    Dear Teacher (or language nird ),

    What's the idiom explaining that you know something really well?


    "I know these parts like the top/back of my hand"?


    Can't figure it out; I'm blocked!

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    Re: know like the top of your hand?

    I know them "like the back of my hand."


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    Re: know like the top of your hand?

    Tackar för snabbt svar!

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    Re: know like the top of your hand?

    Det var så lite!

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