This idiom means to gather information or ideas from someone by asking questions or engaging in conversation. It's like harvesting knowledge from them, comparable to picking fruit from a tree. This phrase is often used in professional settings to seek insights or expertise from someone with knowledge in a particular area, indicating a willingness to learn from their experience.

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This idiom means to gather information or ideas from someone by asking questions or engaging in conversation. It's like harvesting knowledge from them, comparable to picking fruit from a tree. This phrase is often used in professional settings to seek insights or expertise from someone with knowledge in a particular area, indicating a willingness to learn from their experience.


Tune in and have a great day!


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Get exclusive episodes on IELTS Speaking parts 1, 2, and 3: https://linktr.ee/sfspremium

Book a class with Rory here: https://successwithielts.com/rory

Our course on Phrasal Verbs: https://successwithielts.com/podcourses


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Our social media: https://linktr.ee/successwithielts


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