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2020.12.08 17:37

Idiom of the Day:
“Out of my hands”

If something is “out of

your hands,” this means it is out of your control. You do not have the authority or means to do anything about the situation. The rest is now up to fate and destiny.

“I just submitted my paperwork for a job position. The rest is now out of my hands.”
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  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.08 17:38

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    I forgot to include voice narration - it is here:
  • Sunshine✿ 2020.12.08 18:57

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    It out of my hands to fail in the exam
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.09 10:30

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    @clara you are truly like a native speaker. Your accent is very hard to hear. You almost sound American.
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.09 10:31

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    @Sunshine✿ you should say it this way: “It is out of my hands if I fail the exam or not.”
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.09 10:32

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    @Won excellent. Just make sure you add the plural “s” sound at the end of the word “hands.”
  • Won 2020.12.09 10:37

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    @Scott Cecil Allen I see :) Thanks for the comment :)
  • clara 2020.12.09 10:52

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    @Scott Cecil Allen thanks to you of cousre ,your posts are useful and more than amazing

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