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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122671: Idioms
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    Idioms


     

    Out of the blue: Without warning, unexpectedly

    Up to one's ears: Extremely busy (with something), Deeply involved

    Over one's head: Beyond someone's ability to understand

    You've got me there: Used to say that you do not know the answer

    Turn a deaf ear to: To ignore or refuse to listen to someone or something

    In earnest: Serious, not joking

    Be on edge: To be nervous or worried

    At the end of the day: Ultimately, In the end, After all

    On end: Continuing without stopping for a specified period of time, Continuously

    Show up: To arrive somewhere in order to join a group of people, especially late or unexpectedly. 



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    1. The playful boy his mother's advice.

    2. Her personality is such that it is hard to tell whether she is or in jest.

    3. She today because her roommate is seriously ill.

    4. Her daughter practises learning French for hours .

    5. Your lecture is way . Please, explain it to me the way I understand.

    6. He had invited his fiance for six o'clock, but she didn't until seven-thirty.

    7. I can't come with you to buy the fabric now. I'm with writing some tests.

    8. A: How do I work with this camcorder? B: . We should read the instructions first.

    9. Yesterday, her son phoned her and said he was coming home.

    10. I know that it is a difficult decision, but , you have to make your own decision about selling your house.









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