Marisa’s advanced English class

two-part expressions

Posted by marisadedios on January 22, 2008

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2 Responses to “two-part expressions”

  1. vgr10 said

    PRIM AND PROPER: it means formal, serious and right.
    Example: She is very prim and proper everytime, but when she is in the job is so polite thet I´m fascinated.

  2. guadamar said

    PART AND PARCEL: an esential part of something
    Examples: Keeping the accounts is part and parcel of my job.
    Tears are part and parcel of growing up.

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