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    #1

    Not have the the foggiest idea

    I have tried to used "not have the foggiest" in my sentences. Would you please take a look at them and correct my mistakes?

    1. Students looked at the teacher with blank eyes as if they did not have the foggiest idea what he was talking about.
    2. Diana was so drunk that she did not have the foggiest idea where she had spent the night.
    3. John had to admit he did not have the foggiest idea where he had damaged his car.

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    Re: Not have the the foggiest idea

    All are OK, but I think you need 'The students ...'.

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