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Some food for thought.  Do you agree? ▶Rejected FROM  ▶Re-directed TO ▶Actually=in fact.

Do you agree? ▶Rejected FROM ▶Re-directed TO ▶Actually=in fact.

This is an expression used particularly in connection with documentaries or reality shows. A 'fly-on-the-wall documentary' is the kind of programme in which the cameras are not very visible or noticeable, and they record the action without interfering.    Do you watch reality shows? Do you like fly-on-the-wall documentaries?  (To be 'a fly on the wall' means to observe a situation closely without being noticed.) More idioms and phrases here…

This is an expression used particularly in connection with documentaries or reality shows. A 'fly-on-the-wall documentary' is the kind of programme in which the cameras are not very visible or noticeable, and they record the action without interfering. Do you watch reality shows? Do you like fly-on-the-wall documentaries? (To be 'a fly on the wall' means to observe a situation closely without being noticed.) More idioms and phrases here…

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There are many idiomatic pairs like these usually with the linking word 'and' in English.   There are pairs of adverbs, pairs of nouns and identical/prepositional pairs.  Here are some common examples using adverbs and adjectives.   Learn more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/lower-intermediate/unit-5/session-1/activity-3   #learnenglish #vocabulary

There are many idiomatic pairs like these usually with the linking word 'and' in English. There are pairs of adverbs, pairs of nouns and identical/prepositional pairs. Here are some common examples using adverbs and adjectives. Learn more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/lower-intermediate/unit-5/session-1/activity-3 #learnenglish #vocabulary

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