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list of idioms [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2005, 10:01
The following attachement was a list of idioms that was posted by another member. I just have one question, is this a complete list of all the idioms of the english language or is there a few missing?
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Welcome to the family prince. :circle

I do not see any attachment, but i will doubt if one can completely list the entire idioms in the english language. A couple of idioms are usually often tested on the GMAT, but there is no end to it. Be that as it may, the more idioms you know, the more prepared you are. For me, a non-native speaker, learning idioms is ultimately a sure way of improving my english.
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Jun 2005, 03:12
oh i just downloaded it. great stuff, but certainly not all the idioms in the language. there are a lot more! just continue to learn, though this may be a starting point.
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Re: list of idioms [#permalink] New post 10 Jun 2005, 17:17
princeofshanghai wrote:
The following attachement was a list of idioms that was posted by another member. I just have one question, is this a complete list of all the idioms of the english language or is there a few missing?


Hiya!
dont think anyone could compile an entire list of idioms of english...
this list is pretty good no doubt...its a good starting point...but with idioms you tend to either pick them up in your day-to-day life (if you're a native english speaker)...or perhaps through more reading, and solving more questions (if you're not)
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