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  1. asmaa89's Avatar

    • Join Date: May 2007
    • Posts: 47
    #1

    off

    Hello...

    what is it meant when some people say that 's off to ....

    or it puts me off..
    are there any mistakes in the sentences above?

    many thanks

  2. bianca's Avatar
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      • Swedish
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      • Sweden
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      • Sweden

    • Join Date: Apr 2007
    • Posts: 1,044
    #2

    Re: off

    He's off to school - he went to school.
    (Hurry off to scholl!)

    His indifferent attitude has put me off - has repelled me / disgusted me.

  3. asmaa89's Avatar

    • Join Date: May 2007
    • Posts: 47
    #3

    Wink Re: off

    thank you very much

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