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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107431: Weather Idioms
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | The weather [Change theme]
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    Weather Idioms

    Match the two parts of the following weather idioms.

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    1. It's raining .
    2. I have caught a cold and feel .
    3. This problem worries me and .
    4. I was walking to my car in the rain and thought: ....
    5. How are you? - .
    6. If you've managed to survive difficulties it means that you .
    7. My brother and sister had a big argument about the television yesterday, but it was just .
    8. If someone is furious he has .
    9. If people try to do something that they will never achieve .
    10. Don't worry. I'll be there .

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