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    #1

    idiom: after my own heart

    A man after my own heart ...

    Can you choose the correct one below?

    a, looks like me
    b, likes the same things as me
    c, follows me


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    Re: idiom: after my own heart

    It means: someone I can agree with
    b is therefore the correct answer

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    A man after my own heart

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    Re: idiom: after my own heart

    I would say: none of them.

    a man after my own heart is - someone I can agree with and who conforms with my innermost approval and desire; a kindred spirit. He neither looks like me, follow me nor does he have to like the things that I like. But maybe the last one - having similar likes and dislikes - is closer to the right meaning...
    Last edited by bianca; 09-Aug-2007 at 13:33.

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