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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #91053: Expressions and idioms
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    1. I will never tell my colleagues which of the candidates I am voting for, especially because I'm often and don't know which candidate I will choose.

    2. She wants to know everything about these topics. As always, she tries to get .

    3. I had not seen him for more than four years and going to the market.

    4. We will have the difficult task of choosing one candidate among so many. .

    5. The program cannot be summarized in two or three sentences. It may seem simplistic, but .

    6. His explanation to convince me seemed disingenuous and I don't trust him! .

    7. According to the latest opinion poll, the two candidates are .

    8. We know that nothing will happen until after the elections, .

    9. The debate was not productive, and everyone left not knowing whom they could .

    10. The results have already been posted and they cannot be changed; there is no way to .

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