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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93054: Expressions and animals
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    Expressions and animals

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    1. Despite the evidences, the culprit refused to say the name of his accomplice, he was as stubborn as a .

    2. My colleague has obtained a promotion so now he is proud as a .

    3. I have received no promotion so I'm like a with a sore head.

    4. Why have you bought this old and unnecessary thing in the garage sale, it's for the !

    5. During the trial, the judge said to the blackmailer that his activity was business.

    6. The dining-room was so dirty that Maria decided to take the by the horns to clean it before the lunch.

    7. What a stupid thief! He robbed a police station, he jumped into the 's den.

    8. Take your umbrella or your raincoat! It's raining and dogs.

    9. Since he changed jobs, he has been leading a 's life.

    10. Charlie should buy glasses because he is as blind as a .

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