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Complete the idioms with a part of the body

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Adjectives + Prepositions  Exercise 1Exercise 2

Adjectives + Prepositions – Exercise 3: In and Out of Love

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Conditionals, First and Second Exercise 1

Conditionals, Third  Exercise 1 Exercise 2

Few, a few, little, a little  Exercise 1

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Answers:

1. to be caught with your HAND in the cookie jar (to be caught stealing or doing something else dishonest)
2. to have egg on your FACE (look foolish because of something you did or said)
3. to wait on someone hand and FOOT (to tend to someone’s every need. Often used ironically)
4. to rack your BRAIN (to try very hard to remember something or to come up with an idea)





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Test your Idioms! RUN or JUMP or both?

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

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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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Quick Vocabulary Quiz (38)

Which is the odd one out and why?

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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


Answer: gallop (the fastest pace of a horse). The others are associated with babies.