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    jet lag

    Thank you very much,,, your help is really appreciated........:-D
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    jet lag

    hi would you please correct the following : ''is it possible that any one could have jet lag for two weeks ?'' thanx in advance for your help.
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    help with ...

    still waiting for reply ...:roll:
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    about eyes

    hi. what do you call person whose eyes looks like this in English ???
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    help with ...

    i think you need to check your glasses...:-D i said ''against another'', not ''against each other''...:roll:
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    help with ...

    hello.... i have two questions 1.what's the best phrasal or idiomatic expression to describe a long standing alliance between two people against another..?. 2.what's the best idiomatic or phrasal expression to tell someone that i have come to find that we have so many things in common ?
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    Clear

    :roll::roll::roll:
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    why "so"?

    greetings i heard mr.AL Attiyah speaking in different occasions before..he is just off the boat when it comes to the 'fluently spoken English'.. you don't have to take what he says as an example of perfect English..
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    broken heart

    many thanks guys for your prompt reply.... really appreciated
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    broken heart

    thank you but i wonder if it's common to use it to describe the tragic end of love story? if x asked me :what's the latest in the town ? and i answered: the hottest issue is that x has had her heart broken. is it right like that ? is it a common use ...?
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    broken heart

    is it right to say :she had her heart broken ?
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    as secret as a fish

    thank you but the second part of the question is still unanswered .. how the fish might be secret ???
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    as secret as a fish

    i came across this expression,and from the context i can tell that it means some one whose real intentions are always kept hidden... would you please tell me if i'm right ? and how the fish might be secret !!!!!!!!:roll:
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    Body Part Idioms.

    ''to turn a deaf ear'' ; he turned a 'deaf ear' to her appeals.means he ignored her appeals.
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    meaning of monkeybrains

    :lol::lol: @ meghul
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