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Dear Teachers,

1. Everything you ask for, nothing is above me.

- "nothing is above me" here means "there's nothing that I can't do", right?

2. Are you here for me at all?

- What does "at all" mean here?

3. They don't know a thing.

- This means "they don't know anything", right?

4. That's what it's all about.

- What does "it's all about" mean here?

5. I was surely down without you.

- "down" here means "frustrated" or "disappointed", right?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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1. Everything you ask for, nothing is above me.
- "nothing is above me" here means "there's nothing that I can't do", right? I think so ...

2. Are you here for me at all?

- What does "at all" mean here?

: in any way or respect : to even the least extent or degree : under
any circumstances -- used chiefly for emphasis especially in negative,
conditional, or interrogative sentences or phrases <he has no ambition
at all> <not at all likely> <wherever an at all Catholic culture
exists -- R.G.Davis>

3. They don't know a thing. <>- This means "they don't know anything", right? yes

4. That's what it's all about.

- What does "it's all about" mean here? the main and only subject/concern

5. I was surely down without you.

- "down" here means "frustrated" or "disappointed", right? I'm depressed
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Hi,

1. Everything you ask for, nothing is above me. The more standard expression is nothing is beyond me.

Best wishes, Clive