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What are meaning of these idioms? To fall out of love To fall in love By then To be used to It is a question of keeping your room clean
Aug 5, 2019 4:03 AM
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To fall out of love = you or someone once loved a person/thing, but you don't love that person/thing anymore. To fall in love = you or someone started to love a person/thing. By then = at a deadline of a specified time. To be used to = something is very common for you, so you don't even think about it. Example: I'm used to wear these shoes. You wear those shoes frequently, so you're used to them. You don't even think about them. It is a question of keeping your room clean = the minimum that you can do is keeping your room clean.
August 5, 2019
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