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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125863: Food and idioms 6
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    1.  My she-cat Griszzy , she never bites anyone!

    2.  Mum is coating an oven dish with tomatoes, shallots, garlic and parsley, then she adds her there: we 'll have a delicious meal for lunch!

    3.  Andrew was always scarlet and when he climbed this steep path.

    4.  Carlos was laughed at because, when he was younger, he was called a : as he has done press-ups for years, he is quite built.

    5.  Do you remember that very film, unbelievably soporific?

    6.  'Stop being , and eat what you've been served in your plate, darling !'

    7.  As she hadn't watched the news, she was when she came back from her job : it was raining cats and dogs!

    8.  By dint of being a , her neighbours make her life difficult!

    9.  Since 8 a.m, this man has been the shopping centre, but he has just forgotten that today is Sunday!

    10.  Didn't you find this exercise was , did you?

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