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mallet : ______ :: racket : tennis

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Idiom of the Day

talk up (someone or something)
to speak in favor of someone or something
The manager was talking up the new product during the meeting.
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  • Tips to get ready for Exams

    Study in groups

    Study in groups: While it is true that groups tend to start off with some catching up and conversation, they do get very effective, focused and cover a lot of material quickly. Talking about the different topics will not only make you think about them, but also help each one of you understand and remember the material better. Studying in groups does not necessarily feel like you are studying, as you will likely laugh too and come up with mnemonics of the matter that you will think of in your examination.


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