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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12546: Idioms==> Spending time
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    Idioms==> Spending time

    Fill in one of the following words in each space to complete the idioms:

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    English exercise "Idioms==> Spending time" created by felin with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from felin]
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    1. There's of time. Don't worry! The train doesn't leave for an hour.

    2. Sorry I wasn't able to get that book for you. I have just time.

    3. Can you a minute or two? I just want to ask you something.

    4. I hate airports. You so much time just queuing!

    5. I work long hours so the time I spend with my family is very to me.

    6. If you want to get to college quicker, time: don't drive, buy a bike!

    7. I think we should hurry up. We're time.

    8. I don't get home till 9 o'clock every night, so I the free time I have at weekends.

    9. There's no way I can the time to see you before the end of the week.

    10. I'm sorry I can't the time right now. I've got a plane to catch.

    11. I've had to go to the doctor's about my eyes. I at least 6 hours a day in front of my computer.

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