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    #1

    Question idiomatic

    1. Get our ducks in a row?
    2. Think on your feet?
    3. Does not let the grass grow under his feet?

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    Re: idiomatic

    I've already answered your first one. Now it is time for you do some work. Try Googling the other two. We are not here to spoonfeed you.

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    Re: idiomatic

    Why is there a question mark at the end of each of your sentences?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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