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OTHER WAYS TO SAY YOU KNOW SOMETHING REALLY WELL


✅ KNOW SMTH LIKE THE BACK OF YOUR HAND 
– I used to know grammar like the back of my hand until VK stopped me from downloading books. 
✅ KNOW SMTH INSIDE OUT 
– Don’t worry, I can save your pet. I know a cat’s anatomy inside out! 
✅ KNOW SMTH BACKWARDS & FORWARDS 
– Mum, no need to teach me how to use the washing machine. I know this thing backwards and forwards. See how clean the dog is? 
✅ TO KNOW ONE’S STUFF 
– What’s 4+5? No idea! Ask Steven Hawking. He really knows his stuff. 
✅ KNOW LIKE A BOOK (a bit old fashioned) 
– I know this forest; every tree, every river – like a book! 
✅ TO DO SMTH BLINDFOLDED 
– Cook shashliki? It’s so simple. I can do it blindfolded. Now pass me the petrol! 
✅ TO DO SMTH WITH YOUR EYES SHUT (same as above) 
– Oh stop hassling me! I’ve been driving for 40 years. I can drive with my eyes… 
✅ TO KNOW ONE’S WAY AROUND SMTH (usually mechanical) 
– Let me see why your car isn’t working! I know my way around a Lada engine! 
Note: 
✅ READ SOMEONE LIKE A BOOK (to discern someone’s thoughts from his or her body language or other behaviour) 
– I know you’re lying to me. I can read you like a book. After all, we’ve been married for 90 years. 
✅ TO KNOW FULL/PERFECTLY WELL (to know something while pretending not to, usually through ignorance or naivety) 
– Don’t bother making excuses. You know perfectly well you can’t serve raw chicken, especially to the Queen.

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