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1mks1mks on 09/13/2007

Idioms Photo An idiom is a phrase that cannot be understood just from the meaning of each word. For example, "to pull your weight"
doesn't mean literally to drag something that weighs the same as you do, but it does mean doing your fair share of the work. I am going to give you some sentences and you will just need to tell me the actual meaning. has a whole section devoted to idioms. Have fun and please don't forget to rate it. Thanks.
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Difficulty:  Extremely Easy
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