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English Idioms

Not At All

Not At All - absolutely not; nope; never;

  • Work was not at all fun.
  • Mary: Is English hard to learn? Jenni: Not at all.
  • He is not at all upset.

Not At All - a polite way to say your welcome

  • Jimmy: I hope the children did not cause you any problems. Lisa: Not at all, the children were very well behaved.
  • Boss: Did you mind working late? Dolli: Not at all, I was happy to work.
  • It was not at all hard to help you with the food.

My Neck Of The Woods

Made My Day

Make Waves

Make A Killing

Made My Blood Boil

Missing Brain Cells

Miss The Boat

Mixed Blessing

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Money Does Not Grow On Trees

Money To Burn

Monkey Business

My Treat

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