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    any one knows what is the idiom for the phrase "to be someone's key helper" and "to be anxious to hear what someone has to say"
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    any one knows what is the idiom for the phrase "to be someone's key helper" and "to be anxious to hear what someone has to say"
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    "to be someone's key helper"


    One choice is: "To be someone's right-hand man."

    "to be anxious to hear what someone has to say"

    "To be all ears" is one way of saying it.

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