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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12132: Idioms
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    1. He's holding down two jobs and attending school. He's really burning the candle at both ends.
    2. She's buying a lot of new furniture before she even has a job. She's putting the cart before the horse.
    3. Every time he opens his mouth, he immediately regrets what he said. He's always putting his foot in his mouth .
    4. His only two choices are to give up his free time to pay a lot of money, and he doesn't like either choice. He's between a rock and a hard place.
    5. She got 100 percent on the exam and the other students were below 50 percent. She's head and shoulders above the rest.
    6. When I saw him with an older man, I just knew that the man had to be his father. He's a chip off the old block.
    7. Anytime I need help I go to her because she'll help me any way she can. She's one in a million.
    8. I got to the bank just one minute after closing time. Just my luck.
    9. Don't worry about what the boss just said to you. His bark is worse than his bite.
    10. Everything seems to be going the way that it should . So far, so good!

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