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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #76921: Slang words
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Slang words, colloquial words [Change theme]
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    Slang words


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    1. He's the kind of I like; he always says what he means and means what he says.

    2. Promotion was always on the cards and the final came when he won that huge order against the odds.

    3. I hate junk mail as it's just for things I don't want or can't afford.

    4. The boss is quite with the bank manager so he should be able to fix up a loan.

    5. Uncle Jim's a bit of a so ask him to help you with your science homework.

    6. They were out of the bridge club when it was discovered that they'd been cheating.

    7. Most of the men have gone to the local for a drink while watching the big match.

    8. I can't be bothered with idle : give me something substantial to discuss

    9. Whoever solves that problem will need to be really .

    10. He was really off when his wife finally got home from her shopping spree.

    11. He did a when he realised that he was suspected.

    12. From what you tell me, he sounds a really nice and I'd like to meet him.

    13. The company had been struggling for months and it finally went when it lost that big order.

    14. He bet on the horse as he had been assured that it was a .

    15. When his girlfriend left him he took to drink and got absolutely .









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