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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121851: Happiness and idioms
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    1. The birth of her baby is an absolute for her husband. He is so happy!

    2. are sometimes bought by gullible women seeking to be pregnant.

    3. A few weeks later, Emily learnt that she had got this nice job.She was when she found out the news.

    4. My daughter Ashley was when she got her bicycle.

    5. Having many books on my shelves is very fine as long as they are not stacked .

    6. Mary has been since the magazine printed the article she had written.

    7. In her thoughts of marriage, Jane dreamed of and of children.

    8. Since she moved to her flat, my sister has been

    9. The expression originates from a boxer called Larry Foley in the 1890's.

    10. When we're very happy, we feel and ready to take on anything.

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