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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #86693: Idioms
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    Hello ! I'm a very interesting and intelligent man and today this pie and I are together to teach you some English idioms. I bet you've never been by a pie before! Now, you're probably thinking it's very difficult to learn anything from a pie but you're ; it's as easy as pie!

    In English, if is very easy, we can say it's as easy as pie.

    Excuse me, I think I need to have a after all that pie. Actually I think I've had actually. In fact, I'm pie-eyed!

    In English, when someone is very ,we can say he's pie-eyed.

    I think I need a little . Pies,many pies ...did I tell you my boss is to fire me because I'm too weird? But I don't really because I've got all my other jobs. On Monday, I'm a fire . On Tuesday, I'm a brain . On Wednesday, I'm a . On Thursday, I'm an . And on Friday, I'm a traffic . I've got my in many pies.

    In English, if a person has their fingers in many pies, it means they're in lots of different activites.

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