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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Sentence Correction鈥擬ust Know Idioms #5

Hello! 馃檪 I made it just in time to talk about more must-know idioms! Learn how to correctly use “because of”, “based on”, “fear of” and “fear for” today. If you have any questions about this or anything else GMAT-related, please leave them in the comments below. And as usual, here’s a still of this […]

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[Redirected] GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Idioms – Allow for vs. Allow to

Hello! 馃檪 This week, learn how to use the idiom “allow for” correctly AND learn how to avoid it’s common “allow to” trap! Here’s a still of the final board work: If you have any questions, comments or suggestions for future videos, please share them with me! Leave them in the comments below, and I’ll […]

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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Sentence Correction – Need to Know Idioms #4

Hello! 馃檪 If you can’t enough GMAT idiom practice, then this is the GMAT Tuesday for you! Learn how to use 4 more key idioms in time for test day. 馃檪 Here’s a still of the final board work: Feel free to leave me any questions or comments you have below! See you next week.

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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Sentence Correction – Must Know Idioms

Hello! 馃檪   It’s time to get down to business! Have you mastered your GMAT idioms yet? These idioms are not slang, and they’re not Americanisms, but they can be tricky. So watch this video to learn 4 most important ones!   And while you’re at it, sign up for our free GMAT idioms flashcards! […]

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Mixed Idioms on the GMAT

Idioms are an important topic on GMAT Sentence Corrections.聽 With some idioms, a particular verb may demand a single preposition — for example, “able to do X” is correct, and “able for doing X” is incorrect.聽 See our idiom ebook for more examples.聽聽 That’s a great deal to know right there.聽 To make matters worse, […]

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GMAT Sentence Correction: Comparative and Quantitative Idioms

First, a few Sentence Correction practice questions, all on related grammatical themes. 1) Company policy restricts employees to, at most, three personal days in a month, and even less if the number of Fridays in the month is more than four. (A) even less if the number of Fridays in the month is more than […]

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