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Posted by ESC on May 17, 2002

In Reply to: Idioms posted by Sabrina Teo on May 17, 2002

: How to form a sentence with the idiom " carry coals to Newcastle " ? ( "Carry coals to Newcastle " = to supply something which is unnecessary )

"Taking food to my grandmother's house would be like carrying coals to Newcastle. She always has a big meal ready when her family visits."