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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #115317: Idiomatic Expressions
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    Idiomatic Expressions

    Please select the most suitable idiom that best matches each statement or question.

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    1. What time is usually best to go to the mall? .

    2. Looking out the window, I can see it's pouring out there.

    3. Jessica caught her best friend's boyfriend on a date with another girl, maybe she should .

    4. Jen's unfaithful husband is furious at her for hooking up with one of her colleagues, .

    5. At first I liked Sarah's enthusiasm but now it's like .

    6. The sunset is settling in, maybe we should .

    7. John's outlandish personality and flamboyant style are .

    8. Suzy is accusing Dave of stealing her sales pitch when it was Tom, she is definitely .

    9. Why take on that extra class when you already have a full time job and are a single mom, you are .

    10. Mimi's drunk karaoke performance at the New Years Eve party would have left everyone .

    11. The jackpot this week is sixty million dollars, maybe I will buy a ticket and win .

    12. As an underachiever, Andrew will get promoted when .

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