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Idioms and phrasal verbs. HIGH

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Test some of the most important Idioms and Phrasal verbs for the advanced level of English with this test.
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  1. Teacher Ismael
    Yes! You are right, indeed. "Talk someone round" and "bring someone round" may have similar meanings in this context. However, "talk someone round" is NOT given as an option here, so you should go for "bring someone round.
    Thanks for your great feedback!
    September 16, 2019 21:58
  2. Gabriela Anuszkiewicz
    We finally managed to ... her round to our point of view. Shouldn't we use "talk her round" ? As online Cambridge Dictionary says: talk sb around -to persuade someone to agree with you or to do what you want, when they have previously been against it.
    August 23, 2019 14:48
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