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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128283: Idioms - clothes
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    1. Please don't repeat what I told you.Keep it under your .

    2. My son gets so excited before Christmas! You'd think he had ants in his .

    3. You can't trust Andy. He may be all smiles, but he is really a wolf in sheep's .

    4. He thinks he is so important because he was asked to give a presentation.He's not well qualified.He's too big for his .

    5. Don't just sit there doing nothing.Roll up your and give me a hand painting the room.

    6. Put on a scarf and a cap and a heavy coat.You need to up well before you go outside.It's really cold today.

    7. When the boss asked for suggestions about how to improve business, Mark said, "I'll put on my cap and come back with some ideas by the end of the week".

    8. He's very generous.He'd give you the off his back.

    9. She's a top class model. She's always dressed to .

    10. He got the because he was often late for work.

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