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Be very similar in character
“My father and I get along very well. I think this is because we are two of a kind.“
“John and his friend are two of a kind. They are both warm-hearted and humorous.”
“Many scientists discover that twins are tow of a kind based on their genes. “
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“My friend, Rick, and I are always in trouble at school. It sounds like I and Rick ________________”
A. stuck in a rut
B. are two of a kind
C. won hands down
D. have egg on their face
- Describe your best friend. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– Who he or she is
– When you meet him or her
– What characters he or she have
And explain why he or she is your best friend
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