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It takes two to tango

This idiom says that it is not possible for one person to achieve something. There is a need for minimum two persons to come together and achieve. Example - (a) How do you expect him to complete the work alone, it takes two to tango. (b) Do you mean

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There are two categories of phrases. Those start with `to` & those who start with `to be`.

when we use `to` phrase, like `to take care of`, we have to replace `to` with subject (nouns and pronouns - I, we, you, he, she, it, they, sunil, Raya, my dog e

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