Mari Kim
Does it make sense? Hello, I have a question. In my study group, we talked about our hometown. I came across a guy who knew about bio-industry. He explained what's going on in bio-industry. At that moment, I told him "You're really in the know about bio-industry." Does it make senese what I said in that situation. If it doesn't, could you give me another one? How about these expressions like "know something inside out" or "know something like the back of one's hand"? Thank you
Nov 13, 2017 8:09 AM
Answers · 1
Hi, Your answer was ok, but you it should be 'the bio-industry'. You know the bio-industry inside out. You know the bio-industry like the back of your hand. Hope that helps :)
November 13, 2017
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