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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113581: Idioms with the word Way
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    Idioms with the word Way

    1.            Out of  the  way :  a bit  far from  other  places,  strange 

    2.            Way out  : exit, remedy , solution

    3.            Be  on  one's  way :  arriving

    4.            Learn  something  the  hard  way : learn  something in  the  most difficult manner

    5.            The other way round : contrariwise

    6.            Either way : in both ways 

    7.            Go out of your  way :  try  very  hard  to do something  especially to please other people

    8.            By the  way: used  in  colloquial English to add  new information  or change subject

    9.            No way: used in colloquial English  as  “impossible”

    10.          Both ways : two  sides to every argument.

    11.          All the  way :till  the  end

    12.          Do something  one's ( my/ your ..)way : according to one's ideas and purposes 


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    1. Don't pour boiling water over spaghetti: it's exactly .

    2. There's to open the door : the keys are on the lock inside!

    3. Let's hope my son won't have to learn things as I have, unfortunately.

    4. I wouldn't like to live in Greenland : it 's so .

    5. Wait for me! I'm .

    6. There must be a of this regrettable situation : we'll have to find it.

    7. Sheila always goes to please people but in vain : nobody appreciates her efforts.

    8. John may arrive or may not: let me know .

    9. Basil hasn't paid me back ; .... you owe me money, too !

    10. You can't have it : you must choose between the two offers.

    11. I don't regret my mistakes : I've always done things .

    12. I walked home last night even though it was such a long walk.

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