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Once I was helping to write and recensing diploma on this theme -Idioms, the best I like was that the nabe comes from word IDIOT!)))
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Can you guess the meaning of idioms and phrases
1. "To cost an arm and a leg".
2. "Let the cat out of the bag".
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