IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS

A very powerful man is at the helms of affair (Incorrect)
A very powerful man is at the helm of affair (Correct)

The dispute between the two families degenerated into a free for all fight (Incorrect)
The dispute between the two families degenerated into a free-for-all (Correct)
 John and James are birds of the same feather (Incorrect)
 John and James are birds of a feather (Correct)

Don't bite more than what you can chew (Incorrect)
Don't bite off more than what you can chew (Correct)

His wife left with bags and baggages (Incorrect)
His wife left with bag and baggage (Correct)

Let bygone be bygone (Incorrect)
Let bygones be bygones (Correct)

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