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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24658: Expressions
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    1. Don't mention the merger to him - it's a bit of a spot for him.

    2. Telling Marc what you feel may be a pill for him to swallow, but you owe it to him nevertheless.

    3. Watching travel programmes on TV always gives me feet.

    4. I wonder what's happened to Jack - he looks like death up!

    5. Plans to put increased funds into education are supposed to sugar the of increased taxation.

    6. Imagine someone as unfit as Maria going on holiday in the Himalayas. She must have a loose.

    7. A good game of golf at the weekend always helps to her boyfriend's batteries.

    8. Sherley was quite ill for a while last week, but he's fit as a now.

    9. I was exhausted when I got home from work, but, after a nice cup of coffee, I'm as as rain.

    10. Jess won't understand the problem - she's one short of a picnic.

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