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Use the following in your own sentences to bring out their meaning:

Letter perfect
Throw someone for a loop

Take someone to the cleaners
Wear the pants in the family

Thanks in advance:)
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Would you like to have a try first, Shama?
Hi Shama,

I feel a bit like you are just posting your homework here, and asking us to do it for you.

Have you searched for these via google? Can you try to write some sentences yourself, so that we can then help you by commenting on your efforts?

Best wishes, Clive
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

Search with
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For the other two (cleaners, loop), search the site I gave you, they're there.

with
cleaners
or
loop

Thank you Marius Hancu:)

okay guys..me posting the idiom:plz check...it..thanks:)

wear the pants:
Exercise controlling authority in a household, as in Grandma wears the pants at our house.

wear the pants/wear the pants in the family have the same meanings?
Shamawear the pants:
Exercise controlling authority in a household, as in Grandma wears the pants at our house.

wear the pants/wear the pants in the family have the same meanings?

I think so: who's controlling/dominating the family.
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Hi Shama,

You're right about 'wears the pants', but I have one small comment. In my experience, it's usually used more in the context of husband and wife, of man and woman, than of the larger family.

Mary wears the pants in her family means, in effect, that her husband does not.

Best wishes, Clive