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    #1

    idiom usage

    Hey guys,
    Which one is the right Idiom ?
    Native to or native of ?

    Thanks!


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    Re: idiom usage

    Quote Originally Posted by vscid View Post
    Hey guys,
    Which one is the right Idiom ?
    Native to or native of ?

    Thanks!
    These are not idioms. Both can be correct in the proper sentence.


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    #3

    Re: idiom usage

    Can you give examples please?

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    Re: idiom usage

    I am a native of California.
    This plant is native to this area.

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