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David Choi
"60 dollars seats are up for grabs from Manila to Seoul. Is it correct? not "for grabbing"? In this case, grabs is none?
Jan 18, 2011 6:34 AM
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"up for grabs" is a fixed expression in English.
January 18, 2011
Sixty dollar seats from Manila to Seoul are up for grabs. < This is correct. Up for grabs = A few are left (first come first serve) - or - The tickets are so inexpensive the first people to buy them will be very lucky - usually this means not many are availalbe for sale (not many are being sold). So HURRY! Buy now!
January 20, 2011
up for grabs = there for the taking/ for buying very cheaply
January 18, 2011
yes "up for grabs" is correct very good but you must say "60 dollar seats"
January 18, 2011
David Choi
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English, Korean
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