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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106532: Ordinal Numbers Idioms
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    Ordinal Numbers Idioms

    1st :first come first served : those who are first to arrive will be the first .

    2nd Second best : the second that comes after the best

    3rd time lucky :the two previous attempts having been unsuccessful, the third will (may) be the lucky one

    3rd/5th wheel : someone who has no role , who is not needed .

    4th state :usually the mass- media

    6th sense : a special faculty/feeling besides the five senses

    7th heaven (to be) : to be very ,very happy11th hour : at the last possible moment

    12th of Never: something that will never happen

    Nth degree . as much as possible

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    1. She's always late because she always does everything at the hour!

    2. Hurry up! There are few tickets left and they'll be sold on a come first served basis.

    3. In a good campaign, politicians have to take into consideration the estate which refers to the media.

    4. When her boss told Amanda her work was excellent, she was in heaven

    5. You've failed twice; try again! time lucky!

    6. As she's always late, I'm sure we'll be waiting until the of never for her to be ready!

    7. Nobody needed me so I felt like a wheel.

    8. The dress she was wearing at the party was her bigger sister's best.

    9. The athletes were tested to the degree by their coach. They were completely exhausted.

    10. Paul possessed an unfailing sense in judging people at first sight.

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