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  1. We are also very pleased with a new installation of the Go-Kart arena which is 120 square metres in area. Again the problem is the geology; we had to level the mounds on the track for safety reasons. We wanted to enable 5-12 year olds to use the go-karts. And the main attraction here is the Formula 1 Kart. We're known fights to break out over who gets it! And the finally to our most recent development which is the landscaped ...

  2. Tutor: There are several study skills books you can consult.

    Caroline: Right.

    Tutor: They'll be a good source of reference but the problem is they are sometimes too general.

    Caroline: Yes that's what i've found.

    Tutor: Other than that i would strongly advise quite simple ideas like using a card index.

    Caroline: Well, yes, I've never done that before.

    Tutor: It's simple, but it really works because you have to get points down in a small space.

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    Have you tried a dictionary? Did it not help? The idioms you ask about should be in most good English dictionaries ("get something down", etc). – Stuart F Sep 10 '19 at 15:43
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    Regarding #1, it seems to me there's actually a typo as it would make much more sense if it read We've known fights ... instead of We're. – user7290573 Sep 10 '19 at 15:44
  • yeah we've known. I'm sorry. And the first one, well i dont understand what "points" mean in that context. Could you help me make both of them clear?? – user359539 Sep 10 '19 at 15:50
  • Search online for "point definition" and you'll see that one of the meanings is "an argument or idea" (e.g. "what's your point?"). As @StuartF said, these idioms are common and it shouldn't be difficult to find explanations online. – user7290573 Sep 10 '19 at 15:57
  • "break out" means "start". – Barmar Sep 10 '19 at 17:46

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