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    blind date

    Dear Teachers,
    in which ways could i use the expression ( go into a blind date )

    thanks indeed

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    Re: blind date

    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid79 View Post
    Dear Teachers,
    in which ways could i use the expression ( go into a blind date )

    thanks indeed
    Go on a blind date.
    When two people who have never met each other go out for a romantic social meeting.

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    Re: blind date

    They went on a blind date.

    They met on a blind date

    Blind dates are scarey.

    Blind dating is not a wise thing to do today.

    He was a good blind date.

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