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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #50430: Expressions (video)
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    Expressions (video)

    Watch and listen to the video, and complete the sentences of the exercise


    All the missing words are said by Jennifer.


    You can listen to her as many times as you wish.






    Jennifer made a mistake in the word 'kitchen' when she wrote it 'kithen'; sorry for that !

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    1. English people have a lot of expressions the kitchen sink.

    2. One of them is : everything but the kitchen .

    3. This expression means : many things.

    4. Jennifer's grandfather used to and say her grandmother carried everything but the kitchen sink.

    5. Whose bag does Jennifer show in the video?

    6. The second expression is : out of the frying and into the fire.

    7. It means that you go from a bad situation to another, perhaps even .

    8. The third expression is : if you can't stand the , get out of the kitchen.

    9. It means that if you can't face the , just quit.

    10. At the end of the video Jennifer shows us conversations.

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