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How to use American idioms every day | Apples and oranges

  14 Jul, 2020

  Tutor:  Mazen Diab for English
  normal level
  Duration:  1:10
  Audience:  teens, adults
  Category:  Speaking
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How to use American idioms every day | Apples and oranges
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Apples and oranges is an American idiom which means incomparable. It is used to talk about two different things, people or items. Examples: 1. I can't leave my son and my daughter in the same room! They are apples and oranges. And can't be left alone! 2. You can't compare Samer to Sarah! They are just apples and oranges.
DAHA AZ GÖSTER

Apples and oranges is an American idiom which means incomparable. It is used to talk about two different things, people or items. Examples: 1. I can't leave my son and my daughter in the same room! They are apples and oranges. And can't be left alone! 2. You can't compare Samer to Sarah! They are just apples and oranges.
DAHA AZ GÖSTER

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