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    Colour and idioms

    Put each of the following colours in the correct gap.Some colours are used more than once :


                        red /black/green/white/blue/yellow.

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    1. Many people feared that the new millennium would cause outs because of problems with electricity production.

    2. What a beautiful car ! I'm with envy.

    3. Don't rely on him under pressure in battle.he's .

    4. There is so much tape that needs to be completed before adopting a baby.

    5. Jack Thomas was put on Hollywood's list during the McArthy era.

    6. She was such a difficult child that her family always treated her like a sheep.

    7. Mr.Jackson is very important to the success of this programme, so make sure to roll out the
    carpet when he arrives .

    8. We're looking for a new home in the belt.

    9. It's not quite as as you think.

    10. Try to cheer Susan up . She is feeling rather these days.

    11. I had to tell a lie in order to get accepted onto the programme.

    12. Jack gave me the light on the project.

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