English Language Lessons

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Using idioms: Think out of the box

Posted by englishlessons on February 28, 2006

The following example uses the idiom “think out of the box.” Underlines are used to show the corrections

Original Writing Correction
  1. The company has financial problem. They need to think out of the box, or they will be facing bankrupt.
  1. The company has financial problems. They need to think out of the box, or they will be facing bankruptcy.

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