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The following are colloquialisms/idioms written in their literal form. There are only three that you need to find.

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The following are colloquialisms/idioms written in their literal form. This time though, there are only three that you need to find.

Example: A Panthera Pardus is incapable of altering its texture. (A leopard can't change its spots)

  1. In the general area, but failing to acquire the roll of tobacco.

  2. Please pardon my accidental use of a romance language derived from Latin.

  3. Direct your attention to the melodic tones currently occurring.

posted Jul 10, 2015 by Divya Bharti

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