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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #95772: Expressions
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    English exercise "Expressions" created by sottav with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sottav]
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    1. Someone has thrown a spanner in the works of our project!



    2. I want you to be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.



    3. I am exhausted: I think I am going to call it a day.



    4. You have drunk too much: perhaps you should call it a night.



    5. What do you think of Jim? He just caught my eye yesterday when I saw him at the pub.



    6. You should try to move from your comfort zone.



    7. I am proud of my daughter: she started secondary school 2 days ago, and she has already found her feet! She has new friends and she loves her new teachers.



    8. Everything is hunky-dory for me these days. I am so happy!



    9. The weather forecast was a total joke! They said it was going to be sunny, and it is freezing and raining…



    10. Lisa, I heard you won't be able to attend the meeting today. Don't worry: I will keep you posted.











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