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    Exclamation terms

    Hi there .
    May i ask you to help me with these terms...
    I want to know if they are common and what do they Mean... don`t say so.
    2.I`m out of sort.
    3.DOS and DON`TS.
    4.Give him a chocolate.
    5.To rush about.

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: terms don`t say so. = slightly sarcastic way of showing that what someone has just said is already known to you
    2.I`m out of sort. = not feeling right, and I'd say 'sorts'
    3.DOS and DON`TS. = what you must and mustn't do
    4.Give him a chocolate. = sarcastic way a "praising" someone for saying something very obvious
    5.To rush about. = hurry, going here and there

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