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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121733: Idioms about words
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    English exercise "Idioms about words" created by eos17 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from eos17]
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    1. She has always been a . She is a good lawyer now.

    2. The President the Prime Minister.

    3. He to announce measures against tax evasion.

    4. When we are among friends, Paul .We can't get a word in edgeways !

    5. The old priest every Sunday.

    6. You shouldn't when they are speaking. This is not polite !

    7. The Government summons the journalists for tomorrow.

    8. I have no confidence in her. She promises but never !

    9. During the movie, Marie didn't stop commenting the playing of the actors. What a !

    10. My mother loves this author and when he gives a televised interview, she .

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