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Today's Idiom = "She Spoke Highly Of You"
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She Spoke Highly Of You ( that person said good things about you ... )

"She Spoke Highly Of You"

To speak highly of a person is to say good things about her.

Example: "I met your teacher. He speaks highly of you."

When you tell people good things about some thing, you are speaking highly of it.

Example: "My manager spoke highly of me during the meaning. It made me proud."

Example: "Kazuo spoke very highly of his trip to the United States."

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