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- as easy as pie = something very easy
- be on the go = be prepared
- catch one's eye = ?
- a fool and his money are soon parted = means the persons who aren't tacing care to there money spend it quicly

Please help me to understand these idiom
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direct- as easy as pie = something very easy right

- be on the go = be prepared never just kicking back relaxing, always running around, taking care of his interests.

- catch one's eye = ? a person or thing which attracts your attention, usually in a positive way.

- a fool and his money are soon parted = means the persons who aren't tacing care to there money spend it quicly A foolish person will be taken advantage of and separated from his money.

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Thanx for giving me the right meaning of the idioms thanx a lot
catch sb's attention/eye to make sb notice sth:
I tried to catch the waiter's eye so that I could get the bill. - it is a definition from the Oxford dictionary
Thanks, Anon, great point.

(1) Something can catch my eye.

(2) I can catch someone's eye.

Thanks again, - A. Emotion: smile
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thanx 4 givimg me the meaning of these idioms.uve got a point
Very good example. It could come in handy for fourths graders project.

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