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English Idiomatic Expression: “In question”

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Today’s English idiomatic expression is a very, very short phrase; in fact, some of you might consider this two word combination not to be a proper phrase at all!

“In question” – this is the phrase we’re going to look at in today’s video, and you will be in a nice surprise to find out how versatile this tiny little expression can be.

Basically you can use it whenever you’re referring to the same object or a person throughout a conversation, and you can substitute any longer reference for the two word combination “in question”.

Make sure to watch the above video, however, because “The picture is worth a thousand words” – as the old adage goes!

Chat soon,

Robby 😉

English Idiomatic Expressions

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