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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112017: Idioms in movies
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    Idioms in movies

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    1. ! shouted the policeman, when my car arrived in front of the customs post.

    2. I don't like this tone of voice, . I am afraid I will never make it.

    3. I thought " " but I stopped without a word.

    4. He asked me to go out of the car unceremoniously,.

    5. Searching in the car he cried out:"" looking in a blue bag.

    6. , I thought of the hitch-hiker I had driven from Valencia to Figueres, Tonio he said he was.

    7. I tried to explain that to the policeman, but I saw .

    8. ", his line's engaged." I said to the man.

    9. "Calm down, you aren't the first to say that," said the policeman.

    10. Well, I was really in a shaky position, .

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