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    snazmun is offline Newbie
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    about idioms and phrases.

    hello this is shehnaz
    i am landing up with a querry in my mind that , whether using idioms in writing portion of toefl more important tahn using phrases / thoughts.
    because i m a bit uncomfortable using idioms rather than thoughts/phrases. but i m not sure which one is given more weightage, or bth are weighed similarly.

    i would strive hard for my progress whatsoever is ur reply, so pl dnt be bias.

    thank u.

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    Re: about idioms and phrases.

    Quote Originally Posted by snazmun View Post
    hello this is shehnaz
    i am landing up with a querry in my mind that , whether using idioms in writing portion of toefl more important tahn using phrases / thoughts.
    because i m a bit uncomfortable using idioms rather than thoughts/phrases. but i m not sure which one is given more weightage, or bth are weighed similarly.

    i would strive hard for my progress whatsoever is ur reply, so pl dnt be bias.

    thank u.
    I might be able to help you if I could understand what you mean. Try to rewrite your message in standard English.

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    Re: about idioms and phrases.

    Please write your post again, following the rules of written English:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single punctuation mark.
    - Always capitalise the word "I".
    - Do not use textspeak/chatlish. "U" is not a word. It's "you". "pl dnt" means nothing.

    Check your spelling too. Try to find "querry" in a dictionary.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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