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Old 06-27-2010, 08:13 AM
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...to Test Yourself:1) pie
2) a leg
3) sight
4) feet
5) foot
6) back
7) his nose
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"watch your tongue!"- how do you understand the phrase?(ch)
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WELL DONE, ELMIRA.
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"WATCH YOUE TONGUE"=PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT YOU ARE SAYING.DO NOT SAY ANYTHING RUDE.
eg.HEY,DON'T TALK THAT WAY! WATCH YOUR TONGUE,GARBAGE MOUTH!
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:-$ You 're quite right,Lyudmila(Y)
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and what about "prick (pick) up your ears"?
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Pick up your ears
To pay careful attention. This origin probably was coined from the habit of dogs, horses and other animals in which they lift their ears when listening attentively.
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Expression of the day: "Neither here nor there"WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
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Hi. I think that this idiom means that the thing in question is not relevant to the discussion.
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NO, ANNA.YOU ARE MISTAKEN.
WHEN A FACT OR OPINION IS "NEITHER HERE NOR THERE" IT IS NOT IMPORTANT.
e.g.THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THAT YOU TAKE THIS MEDICINE, AND THE COST IS NEITHER HERE NOR THERE.
SYNONYMS:UNIMPORTANT,IMMATERIAL,IRRELEVANT.
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