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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83632: North American Expressions
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    North American Expressions

    These expressions are known and used in Canada and the United States.

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    1. Jimmy hasn't spoken to his friend for a long time. It seems as if they've .

    2. I just found out that giant clams can live as long as 100 years old, !

    3. It's been a while since Cheryl spoke to her dad. She thinks it would be nice to .

    4. We're up against the best team in the region. We don't .

    5. The stockmarket crashed and the trader's career .

    6. I spilled your coffee by accident, there's no need to .

    7. Susan's rejection to Henry's proposal was a .

    8. In the spring, the flowers bloom, the birds sing, the sun shines, .

    9. When it comes to rushed decisions, you always .

    10. My parents think they're cool and say they're "."

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