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# List of Idioms for GMAT

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03 Sep 2010, 22:13
thanks it really works

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05 Oct 2010, 20:34
Thanks!

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06 Nov 2010, 06:58
thanks a lot

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30 Apr 2011, 06:39
From the Freen Online Dictionary - re: forbid... USAGE: It was formerly considered incorrect to talk of forbidding someone from doing something, but in modern usage either from or to can be used peter tross it was forbidden from entering/to enter the building.

That said, this being GMAT SC, I would go with "forbid TO."

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29 Jan 2012, 05:34
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08 Jun 2016, 23:51
Found an idiom on MGMAT SC.

*As much ...so..as*

Eg : He wins frequently,as much because he plays so hard as because he cheats.

I am completely lost on this usage. I can decipher that it is used for contrast, however the usage sounds quite awkward.

Please explain if this is a correct understanding and if there are more examples.

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