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Idiom: "I got into"



 
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Idiom: "I got into" #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 07, 2007 17:11 pm   Idiom: "I got into"
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #31 "American Slang Words (5)", question 1

I got into art and writing when I was a child.

(a) was highly interested in
(b) avoided
(c) stole

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #31 "American Slang Words (5)", answer 1

I was highly interested in art and writing when I was a child.

Correct answer: (a) was highly interested in
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i want some tracks that teeach american slang

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American Slang #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 07, 2007 18:33 pm   American Slang
 

Hi Fatoonie,
I'm not aware of any audio tracks (is that what you mean?) that deal with American slang as this time. But, I will look into the subject and let you know what I come up with.
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