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  • Can someone give me an idiom or proverb which describe about "good matters we takes as lessons, the bad matters we make border"? Something like that. Thank you.

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  • Mustafa!

    It depends upon what level of English you are.  Means there is no limit if the level goes to advance.

  • We use idioms when we wish to express an important message in less no of words. Example `Those who stay in glass houses should not throw stones at others`. This statement has a great deeper meaning and it hits the listeners mind and passes all that speaker wants to pass on in shortest statement.

  • Adam has shared a very good connects our ambitions with related actions.

  • A Great Saying!


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  • Hit The Books: 
    To study, especially for a test or exam. 

  • where i can used idioms

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A chip on one's shoulder

This means to carry some burden of past incidences / happening.Examples :1. It is a good skills not to carry a chip on self shoulders. 2. On diagnosis of his fear it was clear that he had a chip on his shoulder about an accident where most of his close relatives had died. 3. Why there is a chip on your shoulder always?Enjoy !

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To get one's foot in the door

This means to enter into something or make a we know in place of one's we use `my, his, her, their, our` etc.In place of `to` we use noun or pronoun as a subject of sentence.Example:I had a very good interview in the company yesterday and I am sure i have got my foot in the door now. Any interview is a good opportunity for us to get our foot in the door. By improving our English we can get ready to get our foot in the door. enjoy !sunil 

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To keep ones head above water

This is an idiom. It means to manage the situation. Just to talk about rule we place `noun / pronoun` in place of `to` and `ones` and use it in various I keep my head above water most of the times..means I manage the situation well most of the times.He keeps his head above water.She keeps her head above water.They keep their heads above water.My son keeps his head above water.That day I kept my head above water.He could not keep his head above water.You should keep your head…

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to do something on ones own terms

hi all,Bit engrossed in company development activities hence unable to be here for quite some time.The phrase given above means to do some work / action / activity with certain predetermined terms & conditions that suits the subject of the event. Here in place of `to` we use subject (noun or pronoun). In place of `do` we use appropriate form of the verb. In place of ones we use `her, his, your, my,their, our etc.Example - he lived his life on his own terms. This means that he decided how to…

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