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ESSENTIAL ENGLISH IDIOMS 3
Terms in this set (12)
to choose, to select (S)
take one's (my, his, your, etc.) time
to do without rush, not to hurry. Often used in the imperative form.
to discuss or consider a situation with others (S)
to lie d own
to place oneself in a flat position, to recline
stand up (also: to get up)
to rise from a sitting/lying position
sit down (also: to take a seat)
to be seated
alone, without assistance
all (day, week, month, year) long
the entire day, week, month, year
for a reason, deliberately. Usually used when someone does something wrong or unfair.
get along with someone (something)
to associate or work well with; to succeed or manage in doing (also: to get on with someone or something)
make a difference (to someone)
to be of importance (to), to affect. Often used with adjectives to show the degree of importance.
to remove, to extract (S); to go on a date with (S) (also: to go out with )
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
ESSENTIAL ENGLISH IDIOMS 1
ESSENTIAL ENGLISH IDIOMS 2
ESSENTIAL ENGLISH IDIOMS 4
ESSENTIAL ENGLISH IDIOMS 5
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