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  1. Anonymous
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    No offhand

    Hi,

    I am writing to ask the meaning of the following words.

    1. What does "school aged students" mean?

    2. Do you know of anyone who baby-sits and can cook? Not offhand. What does "not offhand" here mean?

    Thanks a lot.

    Yun Ju :)


    • Join Date: Jun 2004
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    #2
    1. They're young enough (or old enough) to go to school
    2. It means he doesn't know one now, without searching first, or looking into his address book etc.

    FRC

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