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Hi teachers~

I assume 'get out of breath/run out of breath/lose one's breath' are interchangeable, but if not let me know.

I am wondering which one is the most common.

Thanks in advance.

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I am wondering which one is the most common. get out of breath

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Cliveget out of breath

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Thank you so much for your help.

Thank you always~~

CalifJimOops! Our "wrong answer" buzzer just went off, but thank you for playing!

Interesting. So, people stopped reading around 1940. I would have thought it was later than that.

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