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Dear Teachers,

1. Have a nice weekend!

- The answer is "you too!" or "the same to you!"?

2. I can hold my breath (in / within) fifteen minutes.

- You choose "in" or "within"?

3. Let's talk this over.

- What does "talk over" mean?

4. Why won't you tell me why you always play hard to get?

-"you play hard to get" means "you are hard to flirt with", right?

5. You wronged me out for something I thought was right.

- What does "wrong me out" mean here?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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1. Have a nice weekend!

- The answer is "you too!" or "the same to you!"? both

2. I can hold my breath (in / within) fifteen minutes.
- You choose "in" or "within"? ] no I can hold my breath in for fifteen minutes.

3. Let's talk this over.
- What does "talk over" mean? discuss

4. Why won't you tell me why you always play hard to get?

-"you play hard to get" means "you are hard to flirt with", right? yes
http://www.answers.com/topic/play-hard-to-get


5. You wronged me out for something I thought was right.] don't think "out" is necessary here; it's treat with injustice

- What does "wrong me out" mean here?
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3. I can hold my breath for fifteen minutes.

4. No, not hard to flirt with. It means that someone is pretending that they are not interested in you but really they are, they are just playing games and trying to manipulate you. (in the theory that a person who appears unattainable seems more attractive and interesting).
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>3. I can hold my breath for fifteen minutes.

I guess this version by Nona is indeed the standard one (without "in"), as it's 10 times more frequent at Yahoo.
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