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"Be at your wits’ end" means "to be worried about something and not know what you should do next". Example: Can you help me to solve this problem? I'm at my wits’ end.

"Be at your wits’ end" means "to be worried about something and not know what you should do next". Usage in a movie ("Aladdin"): - Jafar, my most trusted advisor. I am in desperate need of your wisdom. - My life is but to serve you, my lord. - It's this suitor business. Jasmine refuses to choose a husband. I'm at my wits' end. #idiom #idioms #slang #saying #sayings #phrase #phrases #expression #expressions #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #efl…

HELP PLEASE We are UK passport holders travelling to May 8th. Before that we are in India Bhutan S. Korea and Japan. Which means we cannot apply in the UK as we have to enter China within 3 months of the visa being granted this we cannot do so we have to apply in a third country. Has anyone had to do this recently? I am at my wits end.

I can't take it anymore - I cannot take this on and off relationship anymore. I need to rekindle my relationship. I am at my wits end. I feel so bitter, angry and impatient. I can't just be his friend for now. I need is back to way we were. I don't mean to sound demanding but my heart is in agonizing pain. I don't know what else to do.� Posted at: #pray #prayer #request #prayerrequest

ID F047-005 Title [Amazing Stories cover: August 1926] Medium photo-offset Book Hugo Gernsback, editor. Amazing Stories. New York : Experimenter Publishing Company, 1926. Notes Illustrates an episode in this month’s story, The Talking Brain, by M.H. Hasta. Here we see the rash, famous scientist at his wits’ end listening to the live brain, contained in the skull, by means of the Morse code..

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Simplifying Fractions is Just NOT that Simple

Before school let our for the Christmas break I was at my wits end with trying to teach equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions to students who were deficient in their understanding of the “true” meaning of multiplication and division. I know that there are so many different skills that students need to have mastered before they can simplify fractions. I had to face the fact that the students who were … Read More →

This idea brought to you by my wits' end... My hope is that it will work well for little ones who don't yet understand days on the calendar. (One week means nothing to a 3-4 year old, but empty cup is a goal.) And it's a good visual. (Of course substitute any well-loved toy for confiscation, and the number of spoons as the behavior or attention span of the child deems fit.)