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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122128: Dissatisfaction: idioms
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    1. Mary thinks that John is a nice boy but he's and she doesn't want to be his girlfriend.

    2. Jane is of doing her boss's errands.If nothing changes she will quit !

    3. Paul looks with these very old glasses !

    4. Paula said angrily to her sons that she was of hearing their quarrel.

    5. Edward has always been annoying but his latest stunt .

    6. Peter's constant whistling in my office is beginning to .

    7. Albert is a layabout and he doesn't find any job.

    8. Clara was in that advanced math classes and was very sad.

    9. Henry and doesn't understand how to play chess.

    10. Larry can't drive because he and failed to pass his driving test.









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