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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129589: Idioms with Face
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Making portraits, describing | Idioms [Change theme]
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    1. He felt like a when she refused his marriage proposal.

    2. How to keep listening to such ineptitude ?

    3. I looked at my husband who stayed in sight of our flooded house.

    4. I was shaken in front of this drama but I tried to keep cool-headed for my wife.

    5. My father always told me that a man must do .

    6. I'm to tidy your room every day and it's always in a mess !

    7. Look at these children who practise to in front of shop windows !

    8. We have to ! The country is on the wane, the birth's rate decreases while unemployment increases !

    9. The driver the policeman and refuses to get out of the car.

    10. The majority of deputies of discussion of the law on the next budget.

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