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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113817: Idioms and feelings
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    Idioms and feelings

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    1. John wants to watch TV but his sister wants him to do his homework. She's really trying to .
    2. Mary wants to marry a man who likes sport and tourism and not a .
    3. Don't worry about returning my books, I don't about things like that.
    4. You work too hard ! !!
    5. Every time Bob speaks in public, he .
    6. After a three-month internship abroad Paul became .
    7. My friend spoke to me and . He felt better afterwards.
    8. When she feels unhappy Barbara to her mother.
    9. I at Helen and Joe's wedding party.
    10. My uncle for health, which explains why he was a successful doctor.

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