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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125862: Food and idioms 5
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    1.  She had before giving birth to her child, but she puts on weight a lot since then.

    2.  If you give some , you'll overcome the cooker that sticks... Scrub it well!

    3.  I can't focus on this sensitive work: could you , please?

    4.  Our ancient buildings have withstood time, whereas our new buildings are full of manufacturing defects and fall in ruins under the lesser gale : .

    5.  His unlucky dog arrived in a fury at the gate and banged its .

    6.  She added a few thin slices of in her olive oil to perfume her dishes.

    7.  During the Cannes Film Festival, come there and his press agency has sent him to cover the event.

    8.  Don't , you could have an accident and you use more petrol... Be more careful !

    9.  Mrs Omalley gave birth to a pretty ... this morning.

    10.  Give him just an , and he should leave you alone, but not the whole he asked you: that's too much to ask!

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