From Scratch – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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From Scratch
When you make something from scratch, you make it from the basic ingredients or materials and not instantly.

  • One of the reasons I love the Christmas season is because my mom makes cookies from scratch.
  • I’ve tried to make that soup from scratch.
  • Bread made from scratch always tastes better than the bread they sell in supermarkets!

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