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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #16543: Idiomatic expressions
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    1. She had Vermouth, sitting a café.

    2. Eating vegetable protein animal protein reduces the risk of heart disease.

    3. The driver will be questioned about how he came to swerve (= to change direction suddenly) off the road braking.

    4. If you people only knew how fatally easy it is to poison someone you wouldn't joke about it.

    5. He was ritually humiliated his blunders (= stupid mistakes).

    6. Carmelo was new to the cast, but only this season.

    7. This would be the best choice.

    8. My barber messed up my hair and gave me a bald patch.

    9. Virtues seemed somehow to have gone fashion.

    10. That matter is be discussed at a board meeting in September.

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