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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93769: Idiomatic expressions
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    Idiomatic expressions

    More tests: test 93758 + test 95178

     Birds of a feather flock together ...when you look like someone you get on with him or her.

    To be blue in the face ...get very angry.

    To be in the soup ...be embarrassed, annoyed.

    To get something straight form the horse's mouth ...to have a reliable information.

    Put your foot in your mouth ...be wrong or say something you shouldn't have said.

    To have other fish to fry ...have something else to do.

    As fit as a fiddle ...be quite healthy.

     To cost an arm and a leg ...be very expensive.

     As alike as two peas in a pod ..look exactly the same as someone/something else.

     To have a frog in one's throat...be unable to speak clearly.


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    1. When he heard that, he got very angry: he was in the face.

    2. My grandfather runs every Sunday: he is as fit as a .

    3. Each time I ask my brother to play with me, he tells me he has other to fry.

    4. It's difficult to differentiate these two twins: they're like two in a pod.

    5. Wow! Such a beautiful car! It must have cost you an arm and a .

    6. My brother can't speak: his throat hurts him. He has a in his throat.

    7. Lucy and Cindy are friends. They've got a lot of mutual interests, and as the saying goes ' Birds of a feather together'

    8. I'm sure about what I'm saying, I got this information from the horse's mouth.

    9. He did a bad thing: he injured the headmaster so now he's in the .

    10. John insulted his mother's friend, but he didn't know he was her friend. He really put his foot in his .

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