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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #32538: Expressions/tongue
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    Expressions/tongue


    Complete with the expressions including the word 'tongue'.



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    1. Although he speaks Spanish perfectly, French is his

    2. You shouldn't have been so rude to Aunt Mary, John. Next time,

    3. I really wanted to tell her the truth, so I had to

    4. He's always criticising his wife but it's just

    5. I find the pronunciation of some words in English difficult to

    6. Drinking champagne can really

    7. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper is a

    8. Did I say 'Peter'? I meant 'Paul'. It was just a

    9. The relationship between the actress and the director has really

    10. Fred! That's very rude. Don't









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