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    #1

    hit the books

    Don't you ever say "hit the book", a plural form? Why does it have to be plural? You may study hard only one book. I think it's just an idiom. Doesn't it just imply "you study a book, not hard?"

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    Re: hit the books

    The standard idiom for 'study hard' is 'hit the books'.

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