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    more on idioms

    please i want to know more on idimatic expression

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    Re: more on idioms

    Drop by

    'Drop by' is used to refer to a brief visit.

    Step out

    Use 'step out' when you leave your home or office for a short time (like when you go to the store, etc).

    For example:

    After you had stepped out, I dropped by your house last night to take a few things.

    Lol, just kidding :P

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    Re: more on idioms

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    please i want to know more on idimatic expression
    English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions - UsingEnglish.com

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