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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72907: Informal expressions
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    Informal expressions

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    1. I've had about enough of this ridiculous talk! I'm .

    2. Me too, I'm with these pointless arguments.

    3. It's all !

    4. He's a smooth talker for some but he really bores me to .

    5. He could talk the off a donkey.

    6. I can't stand the of him!

    7. How about going to the restaurant for a meal?

    8. But he's a so and so: he always manages to pull the birds.

    9. Here's the bill; what's the ?

    10. It's as clear as ! I can't understand it but it's a bit pricey.

    11. A bit pricey? It's way over the !

    12. But we must the bill.

    13. But then he appeared. “What a lot of about nothing! This treat's on me.”

    14. You could have knocked me down with a !

    15. But he's a real smooth-talker, he's certainly got the gift of the .

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