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    Default My dear teacher

    Dear teacher:
    I am really happy to get such a nice chance of asking you my problem in english. Please send the appropiate explanation of subject.
    Thank you for cooperation,
    sincerly,
    Mohammad Yousafzai

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    Default Re: My dear teacher

    What is the question?

    8)

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    If you put up a bit more of your English, then people would be able to comment on what is good and bad about it.

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    Since that poster didn't really ask a question, it is unlikely that he will be coming back to see what the answer is. So let's make something out of nothing. Let's discuss idioms.

    A: I can't make hide nor hair of that.
    B: What do you mean by that?

    What is the answer to B's question? Does anybody want to bite? Does anybody have any idioms to discuss, especially if they are similar to the one A used? Does anybody have any questions about idioms?

    What are the ins and outs of this question? Can you make hide or hair of it? Can you make it out?

    Do you see eye to eye with me on this one? :)

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    Default Idioms

    Do you have icewater in your veins? Are you a cold fish? Are you hotheaded?

    Do you have a sunny disposition? Or is your outlook a cloudy one?

    :)

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    Default Re: My dear teacher (Idioms)

    A: Cut that out!
    B: What do you mean by that?

    What do you think A is saying to B?

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