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    neilhoja Guest

    what do you say in idiom?

    i'm indonesian...

    i want to ask, an idiom which in my country mean this: somebody is being skilled because he usual with it.

    anyone help me? thanks..

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    Re: what do you say in idiom?

    Quote Originally Posted by neilhoja View Post
    i'm indonesian...

    i want to ask, an idiom which in my country mean this: somebody is being skilled because he usual with it.

    anyone help me? thanks..
    I can only think of...............

    "He has skill born of long practice."

    buggles(not a teacher)

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    Re: what do you say in idiom?

    "Practice makes perfect".

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