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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #108970: Time and idioms
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    Time and idioms


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    What time ? It's seven o'clock.



    Thank you, you help me so much! I owe you .



    Hey boys lights out. It's . Sleep tight.



    I don't know when the train is arriving. I need to check on a .



    Three times two make .



    Last night we went out and had a really .



    there was a princess on a horse ......



    In my I am very fond of angling.



    I hope that the train will be time

    because I want to be time for my retirement party.









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