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American Idioms

American Idioms

"Go about" means "to ​begin to do something or ​deal with something".  Example…

"Go about" means "to ​begin to do something or ​deal with something". Example…

“Go off to” means “to ​leave a ​place and go ​somewhere ​else”. Example: Dave’s gone off to the south of France for the summer.

“Go off to” means “to ​leave a ​place and go ​somewhere ​else”. Example: Dave’s gone off to the south of France for the summer.

"Lick someone's boots" means "to do everything you can to please someone". #idiom #idioms #slang  - We offer free classes, practice tests and more to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma.   Contact Danielle Thomas 410-829-6043 dthomas@chesapeake.edu   for more information, or attend any registration session.

"Lick someone's boots" means "to do everything you can to please someone". #idiom #idioms #slang - We offer free classes, practice tests and more to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma. Contact Danielle Thomas 410-829-6043 dthomas@chesapeake.edu for more information, or attend any registration session.

Run against

Run against

Get up to

Get up to

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“Look up to” means “to ​admire and ​respect someone”. Example: He had always ​looked up to his ​grandfather.

“Look up to” means “to ​admire and ​respect someone”. Example: He had always ​looked up to his ​grandfather.

“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

“Take through” means “to explain something to someone”. Example: Can you take me through it one more ​time?

“Take through” means “to explain something to someone”. Example: Can you take me through it one more ​time?