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    Castles in the air

    Hi teachers,


    He builds castles in the air. Correct?


    Many thanks.

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    Re: Castles in the air

    It's correct, but is the reader familiar with the idiom?

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    Re: Castles in the air

    What use is our saying 'It's correct' when we have no indication of what you think it means?

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