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    make sb sit up/it comes to talking to sb

    What do underlined expressions mean?

    "Parents, if the following finding doesn't make you sit up and take notice when it comes to talking to your kids about birth control, I'm not sure what will get your attention" <

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    Re: make sb sit up/it comes to talking to sb

    For "sit up and take notice", have a look here:
    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/de...otice?q=sit+up

    "when it comes to" = in/with regard to (some subject/topic)

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    Re: make sb sit up/it comes to talking to sb

    "when it comes to" = in/with regard to (some subject/topic)"

    Ufortunately I still don't understand...

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    Re: make sb sit up/it comes to talking to sb

    Quote Originally Posted by kompstar View Post
    Unfortunately I still don't understand.
    When it comes to = when talking about some subject or topic.

    When it comes to politics, I'm no expert.

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