English Slang Idioms (353)

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1

    "Bill told me that he'd meet his sales target, but I don't hold any ..... in that. He says a lot of things that he doesn't live up to," Martin said to Al.

  • 2

    "Before you sign this agreement, please take ..... that the effective date is not until the first of next year," their lawyer advised them.

  • 3

    "The master of ..... was announcing the next performers and walking around the stage at the same time-- then he tripped over his microphone cord and fell off the stage!" Nelly exclaimed to Samantha.

  • 4

    "Tina and George left our party five minutes after they got here because of a call from a friend on their cell phone. I take ..... from rudeness like that!" Nick said to Mike.

  • 5

    "I told Matt that the way he argued with his girlfriend was cute. I thought he would take it as a compliment, but he took it the wrong ..... and thought I was making fun of him," Jenny told Chris.

  • 6

    "I don't like going to concerts. Don't get me .....-- the music's great, but I just don't like the volume and the crowd," Shelly told Bob.

  • 7

    "The view of Shasta, Trinity and Butte counties from the top of Mount Lassen is truly amazing! It takes my ..... away," Bonnie told Kevin.

  • 8

    "It's hard to be the wife of a police officer. He takes his ..... in his hands every day, and I'm never sure he'll come home safely each night," Lydia told Jacky.

  • 9

    "I'm disappointed that you didn't keep your word, but I've got my ..... of you now. Now I know not to do any major business with you," Frank told Jimmy.

  • 10

    "I swear to God I didn't break the window!" Billy told his parents. "Don't take the Lord's name in ...... It's a sin," Dan admonished his son.

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