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    out of the blue

    Hi ! Teachers:
    I saw a phrase : out of the blue.
    I wonder if it is common.
    also,may I say:
    He called me out of the blue last night. ?
    ( I would like to say unexpectedly he called me.)
    Could you verify it for me?
    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: out of the blue

    Quote Originally Posted by WUKEN View Post
    Hi ! Teachers:
    I saw a phrase : out of the blue.
    I wonder if it is common. Yes it is.
    also,may I say:
    He called me out of the blue last night. ? Yes, this is the way to use it.
    ( I would like to say unexpectedly he called me.)
    Could you verify it for me?
    Thanks a lot!
    Bhai

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