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Test 7-Idioms meaning | English Idioms and Phrases

Every language has its own idioms and expression and the English language has plenty of phrases that is useful to learn. Idioms are words or phrases that aren’t meant to be taken literally and usually have a cultural meaning behind them. Most of the English idioms you hear are offering advice’s but also contain some underlying principles and values.
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A.Out On The Town
B.Dead Ringer
C.A Penny Saved Is A Penny Earned
D.Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve
A.Best of both worlds
B.Without A Doubt
C.A Doubting Thomas
D.Rome Was Not Built In One Day
A.You Are What You Eat
B.Rain check
C.Best thing since sliced bread
D.Bite off more than you can chew
A.Tie the knot
B.Ball is in your court
C.Put a sock in it
D.All In The Same Boat
A.Go The Extra Mile
B.Rome Was Not Built In One Day
C.On The Same Page
D.Hit The Sack
A.liquor someone up
B.Hat Trick
C.Rome Was Not Built In One Day
D.Out On A Limb
A.Best thing since sliced bread
B.Without A Doubt
C.Get Your Walking Papers
D.Smell A Rat
A.liquor someone up
B.Ethnic Cleansing
C.Its Anyone's Call
D.Hocus Pocus
A.Not Playing With a Full Deck
B.No Room to Swing a Cat
C.Hit The Hay
D.Pull the plug
A.A Picture Paints a Thousand Words
B.Can't Cut The Mustard
C.Rain check
D.A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand
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