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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48057: Expressions
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Idioms [Change theme]
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    - to get in the car     

    - to get on the bus   



    To get out of/ to get off:

    - to get out of the car

    - to get off the bus     



    To shake hands:

    - When people meet for the first time, they usually shake hands .



    Under the weather

    Frank stayed at home, because he was feeling under the weather.   



    To pay attention


     Teacher:Please pay attention to me while I'm speaking!


    To break down

    I  bought my new tape recorder a few days ago, and it already has broken down.

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    1. Peter warmly (to exchange greetings) with his old teacher.

    2. It's better (to board) my car from the driver's side;the door on the other side is broken.

    3. I always (to take) the bus to go to work.

    4. When you catch a cold, you feel (sick).

    5. Today, I prefer to stay at home, I'm feeling (ill).

    6. Why don't we stop and (to leave) the car for a while.

    7. Ann will (to descend) the train at the 21st street terminal.

    8. You will have (to concentrate) in class if you want to succeed.

    9. The elevator (to stop functioning), so we walked all the way up to the top floor.

    10. You are obliged (to listen) while the teacher is explaining a lesson.

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