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Test your Idioms! RUN or JUMP or both?

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Full list of Quick Vocabulary Quizzes

Key Word Transformation (1)
Key Word Transformation (2)
Key Word Transformation (3)

QUIZ YOUR ENGLISH! Vocabulary Worksheets (handy for extra homework)

Worksheet 1
Worksheet 2
Worksheet 3
Worksheet 4
Worksheet 5


Answers:

1. to JUMP down someone’s throat = speak very angrily to someone
2. to RUN like clockwork = happen or function exactly as planned
3. to be RUN off your feet = to be extremely busy)
4. to RUN / JUMP a light = continue driving when there is a red traffic light)
5. to JUMP out of your skin (jump/move because something has suddenly really frightened you)





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