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Begin To See The Light

Begin To See The Light - to begin to understand; to start to understand something after being confused

  • I am beginning to see the light , after the teacher explained it to us.
  • It took me a long time to understand English grammar, but now I am beginning to see the light.
  • I am trying to teach my grandmother how to use her phone. She is beginning to see the light.
  • The judge finally is beginning to see the light, so I hope there will be justice.
  • My daughter is beginning to see the light, and realize how important it is for her to get a good education.

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Begin To See The Light

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By The Skin Of Your Teeth

Back To Square One

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Bust Somebody's Chops

Busy As A Bee

By Heart

By The Way

By The Book

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