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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122414: Idioms
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    To feel like: To want something, or to want to do something
    To make sense: To have a clear meaning, to be easy to understand
    To be confused: Unable to think clearly or to understand something
    To poke one's nose into other's affairs: To take an interest or get involved in someone else's private affairs, in a way that annoys them
    To come across: To meet someone, or to find something by chance
    To read along: To continue reading
    To be all right: To be satisfactory or acceptable
    To make a guess: The action of saying what you think is true or will happen, without being certain
    To look up: To search for information
    To find out: To discover a fact or piece of information

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    1. My mother is tired. She doesn't doing anything this evening.

    2. Please change your sentence. It doesn't to me.

    3. After falling down the stairs, he is a little .

    4. This is not tolerable when someone is your private life.

    5. The old man one of his old friends in the street after 20 years.

    6. Their father wanted to stop reading, but the children wanted to .

    7. Tell me what I should do. Everything you say is to me.

    8. about what I have hidden in my hands.

    9. When I do not know the meaning of a word, I in the dictionary or I search on the internet.

    10. What will you do if your daughter that you are not her real mother?

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