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    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Idioms | Food [Change theme]
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    Food idioms

    A piece of cake:    an easy thing to do

    Bread and butter :  just the basic income to make ends meet

    To  cry over spilled  milk : repent for something you've done

    A hot potato:   an issue to which it is difficult  to find a solution

    To be beer and skittles :  (often used  in the negative)   a pleasant event

    Other fish to fry :  other, more important  problems to solve

    To go bananas:   to go  temporarily  angry or crazy

    In a nutshell :  summed  up in few words or lines

    ( to have) a finger in the pie :  to meddle in something  ( even if not asked)

    Not one's cup of tea  :  something that one does not like



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    2. I can't stand Marion when she interferes in our work: she always wants to have .

    3. After a few months spent at the summer camp, I found out it was not all .

    4. I don't earn much working in that restaurant : just the .

    5. Come on Julia, don't ask me to take part in the competition I have .

    6. The poem “Tintern Abbey “ is considered Wordsworth's philosophy .

    7. This problem is easy to solve:just .

    8. When I told Dad about my failure at the examination he went .

    9. The welfare system in the USA has been discussed for years: I think it's a .

    10. Do not : I told you you would make a great mistake.

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