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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70549: Some Figurative Expressions
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    Some Figurative Expressions

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    English exercise "Some Figurative Expressions" created by sreedhar with The test builder
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    1. Today few politicians are i.e. few are honest. Most of them unfortunately can be accused of some wrongdoing or other.
    2. For many mathematics happens to be . They are all very weak in it and so have a very hard time doing well in it.
    3. Some men unfortunately tend to get bossed by their mothers. They are all .
    4. Several well-meaning individuals hardly dare to go into politics to set things right for they know is no easy task.
    5. Look at that well built woman-so like a man. What she is!
    6. Never accepting any verbal orders is a sensible attitude to adopt. Always ask for them to be on the safe side.
    7. Never invite to a party. He is one who never enjoys some simple fun and will kill the joy of others too with his gloomy attitude.
    8. I will support one who is of my own blood rather than one who is not so related to me. After all .
    9. Milton, of Paradise Lost fame, was quite . He pored over books quite hungrily!
    10. Playing cricket is Sachin Tendulkar's (the cricketing icon) .

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