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    Hit the class

    the idiom hit the books means to start to study hard. Do we have hit the class with the same meaning in English?

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    Re: Hit the class

    Quote Originally Posted by s_doroodi View Post
    the idiom hit the books means to start to study hard. Do we have hit the class with the same meaning in English?
    Never heard "hit the class" (AmE).

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    Re: Hit the class

    I have never heard of it either.

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