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  1. Ails
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    Smile What to use

    What idioms to use if i would tell to a person that the last thing that i said should be the one that counts?


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    Re: What to use

    Quote Originally Posted by Ails View Post
    What idioms to use if I would like to tell to a person that the last thing that I said should be the one that matters most?

    [Not a teacher]


    Well, there's "last but not least" -- but this means only that the last thing is at least as important as the others. It doesn't mean it's more important.

    You could always say: "the last but most important thing is..."

    Let's see, perhaps someone will come up with something very specific.


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    Re: What to use

    "Don't take any notice of what I said before."

    "Forget what I said before."

    "What I meant to say was.."


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    Re: What to use

    Oh, I think I must have misunderstood the question then. *reddens*

    If you mean that only the last thing you said is important, and the other things don't matter at all, by all means go with David L's suggestions.

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