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Why is it acclaimed as?
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New post 21 Jul 2007, 13:44
that is the idiom. it is far more productive if u search for an idiom list on this forum and then start on sentence correction.
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Thanks, I checked my idiom list and couldn't find it on there. I'll look for one in the forums.
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