Idiomatic Expressions and Correct Spelling [Practice Test] – CSE Reviewer

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My father always reminds us, “(don’t count your chickens before the eggs have hatched).”

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This report (leaves much to be desired).

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(Paddle your own canoe).

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He's up to his ears in work and cannot possibly see you now.

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His new Ferrari (costs an arm and a leg) so he is now looking for another job.

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She has different investments because she doesn’t want to (put all eggs in one basket).

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Hey, man, you are absolutely (barking up the wrong tree) here because I’m innocent.

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Deep sea fishing, he is an (old man)

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Even though they had a nasty fight, they decided to (bury the hatchet) and move on.

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Whenever his crush passes by the hallway, he’s having (butterflies on his stomach).

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(In union, there is strength).

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He married a woman who was (born with a silver spoon in her mouth).

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(Trust men and they will be true to you).

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She is (running up an account with the store).

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(Cut your coat to your cloth).

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(Strike while the iron is hot).

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They were able to (weather the storm).

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If you don’t (spill the beans) now, you might gonna regret it.

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iPhones became so popular not only to teens, even my grandparents (jumped on the bandwagon) and bought some.

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One proven way to beat an enemy is find his (Achilles heel).

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