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do your homework

to learn everything you need to know before doing something If you had done your homework, you would have known it was a silly question to ask.
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do your homework

to make careful preparations so that you know all you need to know about something and are able to deal with it successfully They hadn't done their homework, or they'd have known it was a waste of time asking her that question.
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Thus, attending to individual differences among learners in the way they prefer to do their homework and encouraging children to study at home under conditions that match their preferences may help students acquire a more positive attitude toward homework and learn more from doing their homework (Hong & Milgram, 2000).
The article "Manage the Risks and Liabilities of Reusing Spent Foundry Materials" by Bob Zayko and Douglas McWilliams that appeared in the August issue focused on the problems that can result when foundries do not do their homework when it comes to beneficial reuse of foundry by-products.
For those who do their homework and play by the rules, the benefits of beneficial reuse efforts far outweigh the liabilities.
They can do their homework during the designated homework time or they can choose not to have privileges.