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    • Join Date: Mar 2005
    • Posts: 230
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    his way

    Dear Teachers,

    A. My brother and I are just 16 months apart. He’s a little brat and always gets his way.
    - “he always gets his way” means “he always gets what he wants”, right?

    B. There differently has to be something done before he really freaks out on you and hurts you bad.
    - What does “freak out on you” mean?

    Thanks a million

    Namsteven


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
    • Posts: 19,434
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    Re: his way

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    A. My brother and I are just 16 months apart. He’s a little brat and always gets his way.
    - “he always gets his way” means “he always gets what he wants”, right?

    Absolutely right

    B. There has to be something done differently before he really freaks out on you and hurts you badly.
    - What does “freak out on you” mean?

    He loses control and hits out at you.

    I've made a couple of minor changes to make this sentence clearer.

    Thanks a million

    Namsteven

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