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worried that her parents would shoot through her plan to go to college in Brazil Marian told them after she had already been accepted and the underlined through and this is a little bit of a weird thing to say worried that her parents would shoot through her plan to go to college in Brazil that that kind of implies that somehow they're reading the plan they would read it really really fast somehow or or maybe they would actually shoot something through the actual physical plan I don't know but this is a a weird phrase and the way that said it looks like she's afraid that they would that they wouldn't like her plan to go to college so that's why she waited and to go to college in Brazil so that's why she waited until after she had been accepted to tell them so shoot-through seems seems a little bit off so worried that her parents would shoot in her plan to go to college in Brazil no that's what does it mean to shoot in ate her plan so that seems weird worried that her parents would shoot on her plan to go to college well that's also how do you shoot on something enough I guess if shoot had a different vowel it that might make some sense but anyway that that would be inappropriate but anyway let's let's rule that one out worried that her parents would shoot down her plan to go to college in Brazil Marian told them after she had already been accepted well that makes all the sense in the world to shoot down a plan would be to reject it to say all the reasons why it's not a good idea why they're not going to allow it to happen so that makes complete sense with the rest of the context of the sentence so I like that a lot shoot down her plan to go to college