Hit the Books

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To seriously pay attention to studies, be ready to go good for class with all work done carefully

Since final assessment is approaching, so all students are found hitting the books.


hit the books

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To study, especially with particular intensity.

They go to the beach when they should be hitting the books and then they wonder why they get bad grades.


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Schlagen Sie die Bücher

frapper les livres

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