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Message from studie75 posted on 03-11-2016 at 21:52:52 (D | E | F)
Could someone help me?
I'm not sure about an expression. Is it 'Paul is at his best' or 'Paul is to his best'? I think the first one is good, but I'm not sure...
Thanks for any reply!
Edited by lucile83 on 04-11-2016 00:02
Re: English/ expression from lucile83, posted on 04-11-2016 at 07:57:49 (D | E)
Paul is at his best ...is correct.
Re: English/ expression from studie75, posted on 04-11-2016 at 08:48:44 (D | E)
So I was wrong... thanks a lot!
Re: English/ expression from musicgirl, posted on 23-11-2016 at 11:50:33 (D | E)
can someone help me? What does it mean when someone says to you "don't get an attitude"
Re: English/ expression from bluestar, posted on 23-11-2016 at 15:26:01 (D | E)
It means that the other person thinks you are being needlessly difficult or uncooperative.
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