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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8133: Idioms
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    1. The accident was clearly his fault. He doesn't have a to stand on.

    2. Dad might lend you his camera if you twist his .

    3. When I saw his hat, I could hardly keep a straight .

    4. I've never taught this class before, so I'll have to play it by .

    5. Most of her lecture went over my .

    6. I'm all today! I tripped and fell, and I broke my favourite coffee cup.

    7. You're late! Did it ever cross your to pick up a phone and call me?

    8. I was supposed to give a speech to my English class, but I got cold and I didn't go.

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