Posted by: marisadedios | 24 February, 2009


OK, Will you let Raquel be the first one again? This time it is an idiom, so you need to give the meaning too.




  1. I learnt this idiom last year in class with Jorge. It is: A stitch in time saves nine. It means that a little effort now to fix a small problem, will prevent from becoming a larger problem requiring a lot of effort, like a hole in clothes that requires stitching.

  2. Perfect Cecilia! Jorge would feel very proud that you still remember the idiom.
    Merit point for you this time!

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