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Hi teachers,

Would you help me with the following? I can't find them in the dictionary. It's not idioms or phrasal verbs.

1. You get your mind read?

2. Bravos ladies. You've got it down to a science.

Thanks

Tinanam
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1. The sentence is very oddly written. "to read someone's mind" = to guess what the person is thinking.

2. To have something down to a science = to have mastered it, know how to do it perfectly.

I hope this helps.
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It's probably read. If a mentally ill person gets their mind read (and mind reading works) then that person is likely to wind up in a mental hospital.
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Hi Philip,

Thanks for your help.

I looked at the caption, and the last word is "read". Is "You get your mind ready?" close? The guard is talking to a mentally ill patient while opening the gate.

Thanks

Tinanam
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Hi CSnyder,

Thanks for your help.

Tinanam