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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46137: Expressions
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    1. They're in love. It's beyond me why they don't get married.
    2. I don't want to see him but I guess I'll just have to grin and bear it !
    3. Nathan, it's better you keep your shirt on, this man is your boss.
    4. What a voice! I'd give my right arm to be able to sing like that.
    5. All these fat cats don't like to see their investment in John go down the drain.
    6. The victory of the team was a feather in the cap for the coach.
    7. Do you know why Hayden is full of the joys of spring suddenly ?
    8. Amanda, did I go on a fool's errand when I thought you loved me ?
    9. That girl has bats in the belfry, she has decided to cross the Atlantic ocean in a paddle boat.
    10. This vacuum cleaner has gone haywire, it blows out dust all round the house.
    11. Don't you know that Jules and Jim are as thick as thieves !?
    12. Even if she is your daughter and he is wrong, let sleeping dogs lie.
    13. Jason's story about his new job sounds like a tall story to me.
    14. The discovery of that last will and testament turned out to be a real can of worms.

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