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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #74075: Familiar expressions
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    Familiar expressions

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    1. My idea of a holiday is to do things that you can't do at home but my wife just loves to go window .

    2. When their football team won the cup they really painted the town .

    3. When he gets an idea in his head he just won't listen: it's like talking to a wall.

    4. He really made a of that simple problem: it took him ages.

    5. Even though he's now retired, he's always on the ; always energetically pursuing some new plan of his.

    6. When he's had too much to drink he always tries to a quarrel with someone.

    7. I'll volunteer for that job as it's right up my .

    8. Her dinner was on, as everybody liked it.

    9. The little girl had gone under the water when the lifeguard arrived just in the of time to save her.

    10. In my opinion it's choice: we either follow the road or face an impossible climb.

    11. You can be confident in this investment; it's as safe as .

    12. He really knows the as he's been working here for years.

    13. They're two of a , birds of a feather, each as bad as the other.

    14. If you want to be sure of arriving in time, get the hotel to you up early in the morning.

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