Grammer03 test result!

 1 He is (not very good) when he tries to repair something in his house.
all thumbs
about time
all ears
an arm and a leg

2 He was (all ready) to leave the house when his friend came over.
as a rule
about
at heart
absent-minded

3 The teacher said the little boy was (her favorite).
the apple of her eye
an arm and a leg
as well as
at odds

4 (Without warning) it began to rain.
at his beck and call
all of a sudden
at heart
at fault

5 That car must have cost him (an incredibly large amount of money).
at home
at odds
the apple of his eye
an arm and a leg

6 She is always (available) when he wants her.
as a rule
at heart
all thumbs
at his beck and call

7 Okay I'm (listening). Please continue with your story.
all ears
all thumbs
as a rule
at heart

8 I don't think that he is (to blame) for breaking the computer.
at last
at fault
all thumbs
absent-minded

9 He is (very forgetful) and is always losing his glasses.
absent-minded
all thumbs
all ears
as a rule

10 He is always (fighting) with his boss about something.
as usual
at last
at odds
at heart

11 (Usually) I get up and go jogging before breakfast every Sunday.
at heart
all in all
all of a sudden
as a rule

12 I am going to go to night school to (review ) my English.
bank on
brush up on
better off
bring to mind

13 I wish he would say exactly what he means rather than (talking and not getting to the point).
biting off more than he can chew
breaking the news
bringing the house down
beating around the bush

14 He always (makes a great effort) to do a good job.
brings up the rear
barks up the wrong tree
burns his bridges behind him
bends over backwards

15 He refused my proposal so I will have to (start over from the beginning).
go back to the drawing board
bury the hatchet
by the skin of my teeth
bring to mind

16 She (separated from) her boyfriend after a big fight last week.
bailed out
beat around the bush
broke down
broke up with

17 The clothes in that store are a little (old fashioned).
behind the times
brand new
broke
better off

18 He is always spending his money drinking so he is always (without money).
backed out
banked on
broke
behind the times

19 She is (in a better position) since she sold her car.
blown over
beating around the bush
backing out
better off

20 It is time to (tell) her about the company's plans to move.
burn the candle at both ends to
break the news to
bend over backwards to
burn the midnight oil to

21 I think that I (decided to do too much) when I said I'd help with the party.
bit off more than I can chew
broke the bank
brought to mind
had a brush with the law

22 You can always (depend on) him to lend you the money.
blow over
back out
bank on
bring to mind

23 She is (waiting) until she hears about the job.
behind the times
barking up the wrong tree
biding her time
bailing her out

24 The handbag that she lost was (totally new).
back to the drawing board
beside herself
better off
brand new

25 The house (was destroyed by fire) during the electrical storm.
burnt down
brought up
broke fresh ground
beat around the bush

26 His father must (eliminate) fat from his diet because of his health.
cancel out
calm down
cut out
carry over

27 Let's (stop work) for today and come back tomorrow.
chip in
clear the air
call it quits
come across

28 I would like to buy a new car so I have begun to (economize) on my daily expenses.
come clean
count on
cut out
cut corners

29 You can (be sure of) her helping you with the cleaning.
cross out
count on
come up with
clear the air with

30 I had (an accident - almost but not really) this morning when my car almost hit a fence.
a cave in
a change of heart
a close call
clean slate

result!

 

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