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    #1

    Cool living up to it/wearing me out

    hi teacher


    what the meaning of this sentence please

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    I give her allowance, but she's not
    living up to it, wearing me out!

    so thanks

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    Re: living up to it/wearing me out

    It's not very clear. 'Give her allowance' could mean give her money to live on or give her freedom. Either she's not spending the money the way he would like or he feels his tolerance is being abused somehow IMO.

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