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1. ledger : accounts :: ______ : observations

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make little of (someone or something)
to minimize someone or something, to belittle someone or something
My friend makes little of the fact that he often borrows money and then does not pay it back quickly.
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  • English Phrases
    Jim = object
  • The teacher called Sarah and me.

    The teacher = subject

    Sarah = object me = object

    My and mine show possession. Use my before the word, and use mine after the word:
  • Paul is my friend.
  • Paul is a friend of mine.
  • Those are my glasses.
  • Those glasses are mine.

    The word myself is used in two cases:

    1. As a reflexive pronoun - when "I" is both the subject AND the object
  • I gave myself a haircut.

    (This means I cut MY own hair)

    I gave me a haircut.
  • I accidentally cut myself with the scissors.

    2. For emphasis - when you want to emphasize the "I"
  • I baked this cake myself!

    (I want to emphasize that I made it, and not another person)
  • I know John was at the party because I saw him there myself.

    (I saw John at the party with my own eyes)
  • Give me the letter - I'll deliver it myself.

    (I'll deliver the letter personally)

    Finally, the expression by myself means alone:
  • I went out to dinner by myself.

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