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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77202: English slang
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    English slang

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    1. What on earth is all that you're wearing? You look like a walking jumble sale!

    2. The young pilot was dying to take a in the new aircraft.

    3. They must have thought that you were a real , coming out with an idiotic answer like that!

    4. There was a real in the underground as a suspected terrorist tried to jump the barrier.

    5. I don't think that your wife will be very impressed with that chair that you've made her!

    6. I'm with kicking my heels waiting for them to turn up so I'm off.

    7. The car had performed brilliantly for thousands of miles but finally within sight of the finish.

    8. Those fifty quid notes were , not worth a penny!

    9. The athlete was so exhausted that he came a real when attempting to leap the last hurdle.

    10. The nightclub was a real : the sort of place where you hesitate to sit down.

    11. She was not impressed by her son's lodgings where it was difficult even to walk across the room without falling over books, dirty plates or empty cans of beer.

    12. Don't boys! We've got to walk many miles before camping tonight.

    13. The job was a really number and the young man was delighted to have landed it.

    14. The old boy's got a heart and I don't think that he's long for this world.

    15. Driving the old car was rather , especially on the bends where the steering was most unreliable.

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