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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94455: Expression and adjective
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    Expression and adjective

    Choose the answer that is opposite to the meaning of the expression in the first part of the sentence.

    English exercise "Expression and adjective" created by val92 with The test builder
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    1. My grandmother keeps something for a rainy day while my grandfather is .
    2. My sister has bats in the belfry whereas my brother is so .
    3. Sarah always throws in the towel whereas her husband is a .
    4. My mother builds castles in the air whereas my father is .
    5. Last night at the party, Betty was a fifth wheel whereas Samantha was so that everybody couldn't stop looking at her.
    6. My supervisor is all sweetness and light but he's not trustworthy. On the other hand, the director comes across as very .
    7. My elder child is at my beck and call whereas the youngest is .
    8. My daughter looks on the bright side of life whereas my son is .
    9. My chief likes to throw a spanner in the works whereas his wife is

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