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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #65905: Idioms
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    Idioms


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    1. He always . He never comes to the point directly. How irritating!

    2. His father just flares up easily! He for no rhyme or reason.

    3. One must never believe everything one gets to hear unless it has come .

    4. For Pakistan and India Kashmir has always been their i.e it is something they have always fought over.

    5. The first ever Prime Minister of India the venerable and industrious Jawaharlal Nehru .

    6. When will the day dawn when the sworn enemies India and Pakistan become friends and get on .

    7. He is and so there is no use in saying anything to him.

    8. These twins are certainly . No wonder nobody can tell one from the other.

    9. I am for I have finally laid my hands on a lexicon that contains some archaic and even obsolete words.

    10. Being has its own advantages.









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