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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106293: Expressions with Heart
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    Expressions with Heart

    Choose the correct words to complete the expressions. Make necessary changes where there are verbs.

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    1. Robert had a of heart as he saw Julia and the next day he broke up with Sonia.

    2. When you feel confused, just your heart and the problem is solved!

    3. Michael Schumacher is going through a great challenge in his life. My best wishes to him from the
    of my heart!

    4. My dear friend, you helped me during each crisis in my life. You have a heart of !

    5. John, I cannot stay with you, you have cheated me. You my heart!

    6. You have no time for me and you will never understand me. You have a heart of .

    7. It is totally a miscommunication between you and your wife; please have a heart to
    talk with her to avoid a misunderstanding.

    8. My heart a beat, when I received a letter from Jim after five years.

    9. There is nothing to worry about,
    heart and have all the medical tests that are necessary to diagnose your illness.

    10. Don't be sad and silent! Say something; your heart out and be heard!

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