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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127329: Idioms
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    1. Cooking is cheaper if you use your oven during rather than during the highest price.

    2. You were embrace her, but you were afraid of her rejection.

    3. How has he been this well-paid job ? Obviously, he knows nothing about it and he is an idiot !

    4. Why when he learnt the news?

    5. Don't , respond to the problem ! When you face up to a problem, there is always a solution!

    6. While she was typing on her keyboard, sitting for a long time, she has had so she was badly in need of walking.

    7. He had before being dismissed: since then he is always unemployed.

    8. I was sent a postcard : « the Michigan. » It's too little, I'm eager to know more about their month's trip in the USA.

    9. Last evening, : that guy was caught in an ambush! He has got several broken bones, poor little thing.

    10. My sister is never , even if she is wrong or right. She is a real chatterbox, but I love her!

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