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    • #15285

      Have you used the above idioms?

      Write your response and comment on other’s responses too.

      We will be glad to read them.

    • #15669
      8849MEllin
      Participant

      When I started the online course I’m like fish out of water cause I dont know where and how to start but now so thankful that I catch up everything by reading and understand the meaning of it
      MEllin

    • #15800

      That’s great to know Maria. In the beginning , one gets cheesed off while learning a new language. But slowly and gradually you start enjoying it. Keep up the good work!

    • #15807
      2297RKousa
      Participant

      When I first started, I felt cheesed off because It was hard to use the idioms correctly. Then, the exercise made it better.

    • #15922

      Wow ! Rafah you are getting hang of it now.

    • #15924
      Yuku
      Participant

      The first day for my first job in Canada, I liked a fish out of water. I felt alone during work and I could not bare my soul to the only friend in Canada who introduced this job to me. I could only went bananas to relax in my basement by myself.

    • #16797

      Wish you all the best Yuku!

    • #17060
      Dhirjinder
      Participant

      When i started my first job, I felt my self a fish out of water.I remember those first days when i was cheesed off because of the language.

      • This reply was modified 4 years, 4 months ago by Dhirjinder.
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