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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #34074: Expressions and body
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    Expressions and body


     

     

    People say that the English are too reserved to talk about their bodies. But some expressions prove that we do it all the time ...

     

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    1. My boss will not leave me alone : she's always breathing down my

    2. He married her with an to her fortune.

    3. Jim never stops complaining, it gets on my

    4. I perfecty knew that he was not telling the truth but he persisted in lying through his

    5. Richard knows London like the back of his

    6. It is not for me to put my in the pie.

    7. This dress was so expensive - it cost an arm and a

    8. She went on such a slimming diet that she was all skin and

    9. Caroline is in love. She has fallen over heels for John.

    10. I can't speak this morning. I've got a frog in my

    11. I won't say a word. My are sealed.

    12. He broke her when he left.

    13. Our employer kept our to the grindstone.

    14. Before the exam, I felt so nervous that I had butterflies in my









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