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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20215: Idioms
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    Idioms


    Fill in one of the following words in each space to complete the idioms:




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    1. How was the office party? A bit slow at first, but it soon when the boss left!

    2. Joanna seemed a bit depressed this morning. Oh, she'll soon when I tell her she's being sent to Spain!

    3. He into the room and shouted at his wife!

    4. I think he drank too much last night at dinner. He's feeling this morning.

    5. Oh, so you didn't know that Terry got the job because his dad knows the director. Ah! Now I

    6. Have you replied to that letter from the bank? Not yet. Can you help me? I'm a bit about what to do, actually.

    7. Not you again! What do you want? I want to the misunderstanding we had earlier.

    8. Why do you want me to complain? I can't see

    9. What's the matter? Cheer up! You look a bit .

    10. The car broke down on the way to my husband's parents. We were two hours late for Sunday lunch. You can imagine we got a rather reception.









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