Grammar... Idioms

<p>Could someone list some common idiomatic phrases that are used in English? Do you have to know them by heart? (Some are fairly obvious, but some I have a hard time with)</p>

<p>The questions that I miss on Writing are almost always idiomatic!</p>

<p>I am not sure what you mean, as I am not that familiar with the SAT (I never prepped- I am a sophmore) What idioms are on the SAT?</p>

<p>On the SAT, most idioms are going to be related to the prepositions. The error will be the incorrect preposition. Example: My friend is insensitive of my problems. In English we wouldn't say "insensitive of"; we would say "insensitive to". If English is your native language, you probably already know the idioms.</p>

<p>email me at "merudh @ gmail .com" for any SAT needs (I have all sorts of stuff)</p>

<p>800 Math
780 Verbal
800 Writing</p>

<p>I have lots of programs and yeah idiom lists whatever you need to own that stupid test called the SAT</p>

<p>use BLIND TO (RIGHT)</p>



<p>i think that was on the experimental writing section of the march new SAT</p>

<p>wow merudh you kicked ass. btw did you find out if you got off the waitlist for gov school?</p>

<p>hey nah sadly no reply =( it's all good. I'm working in hospital this summer and then i got my internship senior year.</p>

<p>Hey merudh, why not just post the material on here, or is it too much to post? I e-mailed you about the progs but no response.</p>

<p>yeah working on a site cuz too many requests</p>

<p>help is appreciated check out the new thread about the new site idea</p>