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    doubt on use of phrases

    seeing so many at a time, i was at my sixes and sevens.

    is this sentence right?

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    Re: doubt on use of phrases

    Quote Originally Posted by siddhika View Post
    "Seeing so many at a time, I was at my sixes and sevens."

    Is this sentence right?
    No, it's not. "To be at sixes and sevens" without "my" is idiomatic.

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