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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12393: Idioms
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    1. He's not telling me exactly what happened . He's beating around the bush.

    2. She wanted to get that man's phone number,but she wasn't sure of his name or where he lived.It was like looking for a needle in a haystack.

    3. She keeps asking me if I was the one who was spreading rumors about her, but I wasn't. She's barking up the wrong tree.

    4. She's a well-known lawyer, a good skier, a great cook, and a painter.She's a jack- of- all-trades.

    5. He and his brother have the same hair, the same eyes, the same smile. They're like two peas in a pod

    6. She has had so much to do to get ready for the trip that she's been running around all day.Now she's on her last legs.

    7. I can't think of the answer, but it will come to me in just a minute. It's on the tip of my tongue.

    8. She has to go to the bank, and while she's out she'll stop and see a friend.She's killing two birds with one stone.

    9. My boss had asked me to respond immediately to this fax. No sooner said than done.

    10. I know you like the food at this restaurant , but I just don't care for it. To each his own.

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