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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72: Idioms: children
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    Idioms: children


    Replace the blank in the sentences with the word :
    • kid
    • kids
    • child
    • children
    • baby




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    1. That gets away with murder! = on lui passe tout à cet enfant!

    2. To treat somebody with gloves = prendre des gants avec quelqu'un

    3. It's 's play = c'est un jeu d'enfant

    4. It's 's stuff = c'est un jeu d'enfant.

    5. Spare the rod and spoil the = qui aime bien châtie bien (proverb)

    6. Smooth as a 's bottom = doux/douce comme une peau de bébé

    7. He couldn't give a toss if you're tired about his = il se fiche pas mal que tu sois fatigué de ses gosses

    8. Those will be the death of me! = ces enfants me tueront!

    9. The is father to the man = l'enfant fait l'homme (proverb)

    10. To throw the out with the bathwater = jeter le bébé avec l'eau du bain









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