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Fluttershy

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About Fluttershy

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    French, German
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    English
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    English
  1. I have tried using Grammarly, which seems really good but alas, it was for a seven day free-trial. It actually did a great job. It detects plagiarism, grammar, vocabulary use and you can choose what type of paper you are writing. For example, an essay, formal writing piece and so on. If you do not mind paying, I say go for Grammarly. :grin:
  2. The first idiom I can remember learning about was "it is raining cats and dogs!" I thought this was really fun and peculiar at the time. However, I have gown old of it. Also, this idiom seems to not be popular apparently, I thought I would have seen it a little more here on this thread.
  3. As a person coming from the U.S.A. I would say my favorite idiom would be "Catch 22." If you have not heard it before; it means a situation where no matter what you do, it is a bad outcome. To give an example would be if you don't have a place to stay, you can't get a job and with no job, you can't get an apartment. I have been in a catch 22 many times so I can relate to it.
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