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Out of my mind #1 (permalink) Wed Dec 22, 2004 21:45 pm   Out of my mind
 

Test No. incompl/inter-40 "Do you mind?", question 1

She was slowly going ......... her mind with worry until she heard her daughter was safe and well.

(a) past by
(b) in to
(c) out of
(d) straight through

Test No. incompl/inter-40 "Do you mind?", answer 1

She was slowly going out of her mind with worry until she heard her daughter was safe and well.

Correct answer: (c) out of

Your answer was: incorrect
She was slowly going in to her mind with worry until she heard her daughter was safe and well.
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please,help me understand this expression.
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Out of my mind #2 (permalink) Wed Dec 22, 2004 21:58 pm   Out of my mind
 

If you go out of your mind, you become insane, you go crazy.

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Out of my mind #3 (permalink) Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:52 am   Out of my mind
 

Does 'safe and well' mean the same as 'safe and sound'?

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Out of my mind #4 (permalink) Tue Sep 13, 2011 18:18 pm   Out of my mind
 

Yes, but 'well' is applied to living creatures.
'safe and sound' can apply to both living creatures and objects.
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