LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||02/ABR/2007 12:37 PM|
|Assunto:||apples and apples?!|
While reading Reader's digest mag, I faced this expression which I did not get. I'd looked up for it to no avail though. So, anyone can help me out?
Here is the context:
"Some companies charge thousands of a typical job that could be done for less than $1000, so take notes on the exact kind of treatment and compare apples and apples when getting estimates. See at least two or three companies before hiring one".
Thanks for any help!
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