nothing to it, there's
It's not at all difficult, it's easy, as in Of course I can fix the faucet—there's nothing to it. This hyperbolic term was first recorded in 1934.
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Is It OK To Have Sentence Fragments?A sentence fragment is a group of words that doesn’t contain all of the required parts of a sentence. In other words, a sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence. It generally lacks a main subject, a verb, or both. A subject is the noun (person, place, or thing) that performs the main action of the sentence. This main action is the verb. Conversely, a complete …
- nothing new under the sun,
- nothing of the kind,
- nothing short of,
- nothing succeeds like success,
- nothing to do with,
- nothing to sneeze at,
- nothing to speak of,
- nothing to write home about,
- nothing ventured, nothing gained,
- nothing will come of nothing
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