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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23704: Expressions with numbers
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    Expressions with numbers

                                Expressions with numbers



    English exercise "Expressions with numbers" created by chrislondon with The test builder
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    1. He's very happy. He's in heaven.
    2. Accidents always happen in .
    3. There's not much difference between them. It's of one and half a dozen of the other.
    4. He's very drunk. He's sheets to the wind.
    5. They can't use letter words on that children's programme. They're too rude.
    6. He can't afford a new car so he's bought a hand one.
    7. Jane talks very fast. She talks to the dozen.
    8. He always buys the most expensive plane ticket. He always travels class.
    9. You have all worked very hard, so have a break. Take .
    10. He's very poor. He hasn't got pennies to rub together.

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