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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90295: Idiomatic expressions
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    Idiomatic expressions

    Choose the correct idiom:

    To be as cool as a cucumber

    To cut the mustard
    To be in soup
    A piece of cake
    Duck soup
    A bad egg
    Smarty pants
    A big cheese
    Hot potato
    Eat humble pie

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    I'm learning English as you know. It isn't very difficult, so you could say it's . My parents always told me that I was a good child. That means I'm not a . But people tell me that I am very clever and sometimes I can be a when I don't get my own way. Some people thought that I would never succeed in school and that I couldn't . But sometimes my behaviour landed me in trouble and I was and I had to and admit that I was wrong. My friend is very calm and you could say he's . English is a for him and he doesn't struggle with it at all. Someday, I might become the president of a company and then they would call me a . That's as long as I don't bring up topics that are political .

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