Today I started to study for the GMAT, and I decided to tackle SC first. I´ve seen that the GMAT likes to present a lot of questions with idiom errors. I have a question, does an idiom´s "ending" (sorry whether this term it is correct or not) has some kind of rigid rule?
-> to something
-> to someone/person
conclusion: if the idiom ends with "to" always anticipate something; however if it ends with "with" anticipate a person/someone.
Does this apply with every idiom? This way, it would be much easier to apply idioms, consequently, I'd increase my chances to choose the correct SC answer
Thanks for your help!
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