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“Like a cat on a hot tin roof” means “very nervous”. Example: The actor was like…

“Like a cat on a hot tin roof” means “very nervous”. Example: The actor was like…

“Break your duck” means “to do something for the first time”. Example: No matter how hard I try, I can’t catch a fish when I go fishing. I really hope I break my duck tomorrow. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Break your duck” means “to do something for the first time”. Example: No matter how hard I try, I can’t catch a fish when I go fishing. I really hope I break my duck tomorrow. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Drink like a fish” means “to drink too much alcohol”. Example: Jenny had two bottles of wine with her meal - that girl drinks like a fish!

“Drink like a fish” means “to drink too much alcohol”. Example: Jenny had two bottles of wine with her meal - that girl drinks like a fish!

“Have ants in your pants” means “to be very excited or worried about something”. Example: She has ants in her pants because she’s going to a party tonight.

“Have ants in your pants” means “to be very excited or worried about something”. Example: She has ants in her pants because she’s going to a party tonight.

“Like water off a duck’s back” means “without any apparent effect”. Example: She calls him lazy and useless, but it’s like water off a duck’s back.

“Like water off a duck’s back” means “without any apparent effect”. Example: She calls him lazy and useless, but it’s like water off a duck’s back.

The text with two exercises. Key is included. Thank you!!! - ESL worksheets

The text with two exercises. Key is included. Thank you!!! - ESL worksheets

The text with two exercises. Key is included. Thank you!!! - ESL worksheets

The text with two exercises. Key is included. Thank you!!! - ESL worksheets

Present simple:2 page practice with 9 exrcises

Present simple:2 page practice with 9 exrcises

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WHICH FOOD AM I? - vocabulary practice

WHICH FOOD AM I? - vocabulary practice