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    Steph_Korean_Girl is offline Newbie
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    Unhappy Help?

    egfedlfm,fsklgm. nvm
    Last edited by Steph_Korean_Girl; 07-Oct-2008 at 02:50.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: Idiom help please.

    Saw Right Through Me- Understood me real intention when I was saying something different or lying
    Getting In My Hair- Irritating me
    Up A Creek- in serious trouble
    Blew the Test- failed it or did badly when I should have done better

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: Help?

    Have you looked at the onsite idioms list?

    Search Results for 'up the creek' - UsingEnglish.com

    In the list you give, "slipped on a corner" is not an idiom I have met. "Blew the test" is an informal way of saying "failed a test", but is not an idiom as such.

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