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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105944: US idiomatic expressions
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    US idiomatic expressions

    Choose the correct idiom for each definition given below.

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    1. To mimic what another person is doing, good or bad: .

    2. It is too much, unbearable, unbelievable: .

    3. Ready: .

    4. Awkward, clumsy: .

    5. To verbally attack someone, or reprimand them: .

    6. To do something before someone else does it:: .

    7. To study: .

    8. A face with no expression: .

    9. Very common, easy to find: .

    10. The secret is not a secret anymore:

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